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The Linux filesystem check utility (also known as fsck) is used to check and optionally repair Linux filesystems (i.e., ext2, ext3, etc.). The system runs the fsck during boot time to see whether the filesystem is in a consistent state. The fsck utility can also be run manually by a system administrator when there is a problem with the filesystems. It is crucial to execute the fsck on an unmounted file systems to avoid any data corruption issues. If you research online, you can find many examples on how to execute fsck command to troubleshoot and fix any filesystem errors.

Directions: For this assignment, visit the links below and research five (5) repair techniques for Linux filesystem problems.

Once you have visited the links above, imagine that you are going to create a handout for a new Linux user, and you want to tell them all about the many archiving tools available for Linux/BSD. Compile a list of five archiving tools and/or repair techniques that run on Linux/BSD. In your two-page handout, be sure to:

  • Identify and describe each of the five archiving tools and/or repair techniques.
  • Provide one screenshot of each archiving tool/repair technique. You may need to search the public web using a search engine like Google or Bing to find screenshots.
  • Cite any sources you use in APA format; this includes sources for any screenshots that are not your own.

Remember that you want to provide a good variety of these archiving tools/repair techniques to give Linux newbies in your handout.

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Due By (Pacific Time) 09/28/2015 02:19 am
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