XFS and Other File Systems in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

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Many of the file system changes for RHEL 7 aim at creating bigger, faster, and more robust file systems for large enterprises. To that end, the XFS file system has replaced the ext4 file system as the default for RHEL 7. If you are a RHEL system administrator, this means using new tools for creating, tuning, resizing, removing, and otherwise working with the default file system for RHEL 7.

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