Linux AS6存储管理指南

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Linux AS6存储管理指南

Chapter 1. Overview
1.1. What's New in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
File System Encryption (Technology Preview)
File System Caching (Technology Preview)
I/O Limit Processing
ext4 Support
Network Block Storage
Part I. File Systems
Chapter 2. File System Structure and Maintenance
2.1. Why Share a Common Structure?
2.2. Overview of File System Hierarchy Standard (FHS)
2.2.1. FHS Organization Gathering File System Information T he /boot/ Directory T he /dev/ Directory T he /etc/ Directory T he /lib/ Directory T he /media/ Directory T he /mnt/ Directory T he /opt/ Directory T he /proc/ Directory T he /sbin/ Directory T he /srv/ Directory T he /sys/ Directory T he /usr/ Directory T he /var/ Directory
2.3. Special Red Hat Enterprise Linux File Locations
2.4. T he /proc Virtual File System
2.5. Discard unused blocks
Chapter 3. Encrypted File System
3.1. Mounting a File System as Encrypted
3.2. Additional Information
Chapter 4 . Btrfs
4.1. Btrfs Features
Chapter 5. The Ext3 File System
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Storage Administration Guide
5.1. Creating an Ext3 File System
5.2. Converting to an Ext3 File System
5.3. Reverting to an Ext2 File System
Chapter 6. The Ext4 File System
6.1. Creating an Ext4 File System
6.2. Mounting an Ext4 File System
Write Barriers

3256.3. Resizing an Ext4 File System
6.4. Other Ext4 File System Utilities
Chapter 7. Global File System 2
Chapter 8. The XFS File System
8.1. Creating an XFS File System
8.2. Mounting an XFS File System
Write Barriers
8.3. XFS Quota Management
Setting Project Limits
8.4. Increasing the Size of an XFS File System
8.5. Repairing an XFS File System
8.6. Suspending an XFS File System
8.7. Backup and Restoration of XFS File Systems
xfsrestore Simple Mode
xfsrestore Cumulative Mode
Interactive Operation
8.8. Other XFS File System Utilities
Chapter 9. Network File System (NFS)
9.1. How It Works
9.1.1. Required Services
9.2. pNFS
9.3. NFS Client Configuration
9.3.1. Mounting NFS File Systems using /etc/fstab
9.4. autofs
9.4.1. Improvements in autofs Version 5 over Version 4
9.4.2. autofs Configuration
9.4.3. Overriding or Augmenting Site Configuration Files
9.4.4. Using LDAP to Store Automounter Maps
9.5. Common NFS Mount Options
9.6. Starting and Stopping NFS
9.7. NFS Server Configuration
9.7.1. T he /etc/exports Configuration File
9.7.2. T he exportfs Command Using exportfs with NFSv4
9.7.3. Running NFS Behind a Firewall Discovering NFS exports
9.7.4. Hostname Formats
9.7.5. NFS over RDMA
9.8. Securing NFS
9.8.1. NFS Security with AUT H_SYS and export controls
9.8.2. NFS security with AUT H_GSS NFS security with NFSv4
9.8.3. File Permissions
9.9. NFS and rpcbind
9.9.1. T roubleshooting NFS and rpcbind
9.10. NFS Support for SELinux
9.11. pNFS Support (Block, Object and File)
9.12. NFSv4
9.13. References
Installed Documentation
Useful Websites
Related Books
Chapter 10. FS-Cache
10.1. Performance Guarantee
10.2. Setting Up a Cache
10.3. Using the Cache With NFS
10.3.1. Cache Sharing
10.3.2. Cache Limitations With NFS
10.4. Setting Cache Cull Limits
10.5. Statistical Information
10.6. References
Part II. Storage Administration
Chapter 11. Storage Considerations During Installation
11.1. Updates to Storage Configuration During Installation
11.2. Overview of Supported File Systems
11.3. Special Considerations
Separate Partitions for /home, /opt, /usr/local
DASD and zFCP Devices on IBM System Z
Encrypting Block Devices Using LUKS
Stale BIOS RAID Metadata
iSCSI Detection and Configuration
FCoE Detection and Configuration
Block Devices with DIF/DIX Enabled
Chapter 12. Partitions
12.1. Viewing the Partition T able
12.2. Creating a Partition
12.2.1. Making the Partition
12.2.2. Formatting and Labeling the Partition
12.2.3. Add to /etc/fstab
12.3. Removing a Partition
12.4. Resizing a Partition
Chapter 13. LVM (Logical Volume Manager)
13.1. What is LVM2?
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Storage Administration Guide
13.2. Using system-config-lvm
13.2.1. Utilizing Uninitialized Entities
13.2.2. Adding Unallocated Volumes to a Volume Group
13.2.3. Migrating Extents
13.2.4. Adding a New Hard Disk Using LVM
13.2.5. Adding a New Volume Group
13.2.6. Extending a Volume Group
13.2.7. Editing a Logical Volume
13.3. References
Installed Documentation
Useful Websites
Chapter 14 . Swap Space
14.1. What is Swap Space?
14.2. Adding Swap Space
14.2.1. Extending Swap on an LVM2 Logical Volume
14.2.2. Creating an LVM2 Logical Volume for Swap
14.2.3. Creating a Swap File
14.3. Removing Swap Space
14.3.1. Reducing Swap on an LVM2 Logical Volume
14.3.2. Removing an LVM2 Logical Volume for Swap
14.3.3. Removing a Swap File
14.4. Moving Swap Space
Chapter 15. Disk Quotas
15.1. Configuring Disk Quotas
15.1.1. Enabling Quotas
15.1.2. Remounting the File Systems
15.1.3. Creating the Quota Database Files
15.1.4. Assigning Quotas per User
15.1.5. Assigning Quotas per Group
15.1.6. Setting the Grace Period for Soft Limits
15.2. Managing Disk Quotas
15.2.1. Enabling and Disabling
15.2.2. Reporting on Disk Quotas
15.2.3. Keeping Quotas Accurate
15.3. References
Chapter 16. Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID)
16.1. What is RAID?
16.2. Who Should Use RAID?
16.3. RAID T ypes
Firmware RAID
Hardware RAID
Software RAID
16.4. RAID Levels and Linear Support
16.5. Linux RAID Subsystems
Linux Hardware RAID controller drivers
16.6. RAID Support in the Installer
16.7. Configuring RAID Sets
16.8. Advanced RAID Device Creation
Chapter 17. Using the mount Command
17.1. Listing Currently Mounted File Systems
17.1.1. Specifying the File System T ype
17.2. Mounting a File System
17.2.1. Specifying the File System T ype
17.2.2. Specifying the Mount Options
17.2.3. Sharing Mounts
17.2.4. Moving a Mount Point
17.3. Unmounting a File System
17.4. Documentation
17.4.1. Manual Page Documentation
17.4.2. Useful Websites
Chapter 18. The volume_key function
18.1. Commands
18.2. Using volume_key as an individual user
18.3. Using volume_key in a larger organization
18.3.1. Preparation for saving encryption keys
18.3.2. Saving encryption keys
18.3.3. Restoring access to a volume
18.3.4. Setting up emergency passphrases
18.4. Documentation
Chapter 19. Access Control Lists
19.1. Mounting File Systems
19.1.1. NFS
19.2. Setting Access ACLs
19.3. Setting Default ACLs
19.4. Retrieving ACLs
19.5. Archiving File Systems With ACLs
19.6. Compatibility with Older Systems
19.7. References
Chapter 20. Solid-State Disk Deployment Guidelines
20.1. Deployment Considerations
20.2. T uning Considerations
I/O Scheduler
Virtual Memory
Chapter 21. Write Barriers
21.1. Importance of Write Barriers
How Write Barriers Work
21.2. Enabling/Disabling Write Barriers
21.3. Write Barrier Considerations
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Storage Administration Guide

Disabling Write Caches
Battery-Backed Write Caches
High-End Arrays
Chapter 22. Storage I/O Alignment and Size
22.1. Parameters for Storage Access
22.2. Userspace Access
sysfs Interface
Block Device ioctls
22.3. Standards
22.4. Stacking I/O Parameters
22.5. Logical Volume Manager
22.6. Partition and File System T ools
util-linux-ng's libblkid and fdisk
parted and libparted
File System tools
Chapter 23. Setting Up A Remote Diskless System
23.1. Configuring a tftp Service for Diskless Clients
23.2. Configuring DHCP for Diskless Clients
23.3. Configuring an Exported File System for Diskless Clients
Chapter 24 . Online Storage Management
24.1. Fibre Channel
24.1.1. Fibre Channel API
24.1.2. Native Fibre Channel Drivers and Capabilities
24.2. iSCSI
24.2.1. iSCSI API
24.2.2. iSCSI T arget Setup
24.3. Persistent Naming
24.3.1. WWID
24.3.2. UUID and Other Persistent Identifiers
24.4. Removing a Storage Device
24.5. Removing a Path to a Storage Device
24.6. Adding a Storage Device or Path
24.7. Configuring a Fibre-Channel Over Ethernet Interface
24.7.1. Fibre-Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) T arget Setup
24.8. Configuring an FCoE Interface to Automatically Mount at Boot
24.9. Scanning Storage Interconnects
24.10. iSCSI Discovery Configuration
24.11. Configuring iSCSI Offload and Interface Binding
24.11.1. Viewing Available iface Configurations
24.11.2. Configuring an iface for Software iSCSI
24.11.3. Configuring an iface for iSCSI Offload
24.11.4. Binding/Unbinding an iface to a Portal