Appendix F. Reference Table for ext4 and XFS Commands
XFS replaces ext4 as the default file system in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. This table serves as a cross reference listing common file system manipulation tasks and any changes in these commands between ext4 and XFS.
Table F.1. Reference Table for ext4 and XFS Commands
|Creating a file system|| || |
|Mounting a file system|| || |
|Resizing a file system|| || |
|Repairing a file system|| || |
|Changing the label on a file system|| || |
|Reporting on disk space and file usage|| || |
|Debugging a file system|| || |
|Saving critical file system metadata to a file|| || |
[a] The size of XFS file systems cannot be reduced; the command is used only to increase the size.