When using hardware devices to play music from SD cards or USB disks, you may find that they play files in non-alphabetical order. In my case, the Pioneer AVIC-F940BT device in my car showed and played MP3 files in almost
The disk size of a CentOS virtual machine on XenServer can be increased with the following steps. The current VM contains one disk of 8 GB which is divided into a boot partition and an LVM partition: # fdisk -l
In this article we will see how we can create tables in MySQL in such a way that several versions of the same table are stored in the database and we can choose which one we want to currently use.
In a previous article we looked at LVM. This short article describes how to grow an existing volume by adding an extra disk to the system. Specifically, we use a XenServer guest VM with CentOS installed. The first disk of
Logical Volume Management (LVM) is a method of allocating space on mass storage devices that is more flexible than conventional partitioning schemes. To understand how LVM works we will first take a look at some terminology: PV: Physical Volume. This
Characteristics I wanted to make my own Network Attached Storage (NAS) device with the following characteristics: It should have lots of disk space and new disk space should be easy to add. The primary storage should be redundant: if one