There are a few tools at your disposal for checking disk space on Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish. These tools and commands can be used to check a hard drive’s capacity and the size of the files on it, or just to check the size of a particular directory or file.
The partition table of a hard disk holds all the information about where each partition begins and ends. If the partition table gets deleted or becomes corrupt in some way, most likely your operating system will not be able to boot or you will face other hard disk issues. But there is good news: if your partition table is lost, it is possible to recover it using software such as testdisk.
The boot partition flag is used to indicate that an MBR partition is bootable. Although MBR has been superseded by GUID Partition Table in recent years, MBR is still very prevalent across many systems. The boot loader resides on a bootable partition and is what tells your system where to look for the operating system.
The purpose of this tutorial is to mount NTFS on Linux. NTFS stands for New Technology File System and is created by Microsoft for use on their Windows operating systems. It doesn’t see much use on Linux systems, but has been the default file system on Windows for many years. Linux users are probably used to seeing drives with the ext4 file system, which is normally the default and definitely the most widespread in the Linux world.
MySQL is probably the most famous Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). Developed as a free and open source software, it was originally backed by the MYSQL AB company, but is now owned by Oracle. In MySQL the “storage engine” used for a table determines how data is handled.
In this tutorial, we go through the steps to format a Solid State Drive (SSD) on a Linux system. This can be done via GUI or command line, and we will cover the process for both. The guide will be applicable regardless of what Linux distribution you’ve decided to use, especially the command line method.
The ext4 filesystem includes multiple improvements in terms of performance, over its predecessor ext3. Ext4 is not only faster than ext3, but can also handle much larger filesystems and files, and lots of other improvements under the hood. If you haven’t yet upgraded to ext4 on Linux, it’s definitely time to do so.
The purpose of this guide is to learn about enable or disable Linux HDD sleep. cover the steps necessary to change a hard drive’s sleep/standby mode timer on Linux. You can either enable standby mode on a storage device, disable standy completely, or adjust the current time it takes for a hard drive to enter standby.