Administrators can make storage management more reliable than ever with Linux. This course will teach you several components of Linux storage management, including virtual memory, configuring an iSCSI block storage server, and more.
Finding a trustworthy storage solution that meets your needs as an administrator is difficult. This course, CentOS Enterprise Linux 7 Storage Management, will help any admin learn how to use Linux in order to provide more reliability in their storage and services. First, you'll learn about the partitions on which Linux disks reside, file systems, and virtual memory. Next, you'll move onto ACLs and how to configure an iSCSI block storage server, and more. You'll finish with using the auto-mounter and learning about quotas. By the end of this course, you'll know how to use Linux to meet all your storage needs in a safe and reliable way.
Andrew is a committed evangelist of the Linux Operating System and the concept of community and freedom that it provides. He has worked as a technical trainer since 1995 and has taught throughout the world, including Australia, the US, Germany and Eastern Europe. Andrew started teaching Linux in 2004 when Novell acquired SUSE and has been a long time supporter of Novell and provides SYSOP support the the Certifed Novell Instructor community on Linux. Andrew founded theurbanpenguin
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Implement User and Group Quotas Hello, and welcome to this Pluralsight presentation. My name is Andrew Mallett and I'm here as your instructor to help guide you through the module, Implement User and Group Quotas. Are you ready? Then we shall begin. Now you know or at least you should know, this is the last module within this course that we're aiming toward the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator and also the objectives of the Red Hat Certified System Administrator and you can look forward to gaining your certification soon. I think we just have three more courses to run through within this series. So the exam objective that we've looking at specifically here is setup user and group disk quotas for our file systems, essentially putting a little bit of the disk housekeeping back on our users, so then they start to see warnings about disk space limitations before they actually fill up the entire disk. Now depending on what you use your server for, this could be really important, but if we're hosting user home directories, it is the tendency, I'm sure we're all a little bit guilty of it, that if we are able to store stuff within our home directories, we keep storing stuff within our home directories and we don't think to go back and perhaps tidy some of this up. Well, of course, storage space costs and as an administrator, we have to help manage those costs and we can do that with our user and group quotas. As we run through, we'll be looking at a few demonstrations and we can set up quota management with our extended file systems, our EXT4 file systems, so we can see how to do it perhaps in a more traditional way with using quota management on our extended file systems, and of course, we'll be setting those quota managements and reporting on those quotas. But we'll also see how we can do it for xfs file systems and of course, we've already seen that in CentOS 7 xfs is our file system. So we'll look at some of the tools that xfs brings to the party for us. Our first demonstration is going to begin in the next clip where we're going to take a look at enabling quotas on our extended file systems.