Is there a way to tell the kernel to give back the free disk space now? Like a write to something in /proc/ ? Using Ubuntu 11.10 with ext4.
I just formatted stuff. One disk I format as ext2. The other I want to format as ext4. I want to test how they perform.
For config auditing reasons, I want to be able to search my ext3 filesystem for files which have the immutable attribute set (via
chattr +i). I can’t find any options for
find or similar that do this. At this point, I’m afraid I’ll have to write my own script to parse
lsattr output for each directory. Is there a standard utility that provides a better way?
I have an embedded setup using an initramfs for the root file system but using a custom ext3 partition mounted on a compact flash IDE drive. Because data integrity in the face of power loss is the most important factor in the entire setup, I have used the following options to mount (below is the entry from my