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Create EXT file systems

Create EXT file systems: Linux System Engineer: Advanced Disk Systems and System Backup
Create EXT file systems: Linux System Engineer: Advanced Disk Systems and System Backup

For years the default file systems in Linux were EXT based. This included ext2, ext3 and ext4. You can convert an ext2 file system to ext3 just by adding a journal to it. You can also convert it back to an ext2 by telling the system not to use the journal. Eventually, the ext2/3 drivers can be removed from the kernel. When this happens, we can mount them with the ext4 driver.

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