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Filesystem Monitoring

Submitted by on April 21, 2008 – 11:43 am One Comment

Filesystem monitoring and notification tool for users.

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  • Rkmc says:

    I am revising for an exam to do with Operating Systems and one of the past paper question asks ‘What issues would you expect to have to be addressed in adding compression to a traditional Unix filesystem’.

    I am nost sure where to start here. Can you help?
    Sorry I mistyped the question. It is actually what issues would you expect to **have** to be addressed in adding compression to a traditional unix filesystem

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