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jwbannister21 | CompTIA Cloud+ | Module 2

By: THE CYBER EAGLE (CYBER SECURITY + NETWORK SPECIALIST) | Related Course: CompTIA Cloud+ | Published: March 19, 2017 | Modified: March 20, 2017
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NotepadSTORAGE DEVICE CONFIG (P1)

 REMOVABLE MEDIA

FIXED OR NONREMOVABLE

* DISKS * FLOPPY DISK * USB  DRIVE *

INTERFACE TYPES

* (ATA)-ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ATTACHMENT * (IDE)-INTEGRATED DRIVE ELECTRONICS * (SATA)-SERIAL ATA * (SAS)-SERIAL ATTACHED SCSI * (SCSI)-SMALL COMPUTER SYSTEM INTERFACE *

ACCESS SPEED

* HARD DISK SPEED * LATENCY * ACCESS TIME *

(SSD)-SOLID/STATE DRIVE

* NO MOVING PARTS * HIGH-PERFORMANCE STORAGE DEVICE *

USB DRIVE

* PLUG-AND-PLAY * ASSIGNED DRIVE LETTER ON WINDOWS OS * TEMPORARY TRANSFERS & STORAGE *

TAPE

* NEEDS DEVICE TO READ MAGNETIC TAPE * PRIMARILY FOR MONTHLY OR YEARLY BACKUPS  *  SLOW SEEK TIME * OFF-SITE STORAGE *

TIERING

(INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE LEVEL)

* TIER 1-MISSION CRITICAL <PERFORMANCE, CAPACITY, RELIABILITY, & MANAGEABILITY> *

* TIER 2-MAJOR BUSINESS APPS <NEEDS TO BE REASONABLE FAST> *

* TIER 3-FINANCIAL DATA <RARELY ACCESSED & INEXPENSIVE> *

* TIER 4-STORES E-MAIL OR DATA FOR LONG PERIODS <LARGER THE DATA SLOWER THE PERFORMANCE> *

(POLICIES)

* FITTING DATA IN EACH TIER * MIGRATE BETWEEN TIERS * GUIDELINES TO MANAGE ORGANNIZATION’S DATA * (SLA)-SERVICE LICENSE AGREEMENT *

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


NotepadSTORAGE DEVICE CONFIG P2

(RAID)-REDUNDANT ARRAY OF INDEPENDANT DISKS

* RAID 0<STRIPED, FOR PERFORMANCE ONLY, USED FOR STORAGE>* RAID 1<MIRRORED, FAULT TOLERANT>* RAID 0+1<HAS STRIPING & MIRORRING>* RAID 1+0<HAS MIRRORING THEN STRIPING> * RAID 5<MOSTCOMMONLY USED IN INDUSTRY, STRIPING WITH PARITY & MIRORRING * RAID 6<HAS TWO PARITY BLOCKS> *

FILE SYSTEM TYPES

* BYTE SIZES * UNIX FILE SYSTEM * NEW TECHNOLOGY FILE SYSTEM * FILE ALLOCATION TABLE * VIRTUAL MACHINE FILE SYSTEM * Z FILE SYSTEM * EXTENDED FILE SYSTEM *

BYTE SIZES

VALUE                   METRIC

1024            (KB)    KILOBYTE

1024            (MB)   MEGABYTE

1024             (GB)   GIGABYTE

1024              (TB)   TERABYTE

1024               (PB)   PETABYTE

1024                (EB)   EXABYTE

1024                 (ZB)    ZETTABYTE

1024                  (YB)    YOTTABYTE

(UFS) UNIX FILE SYSTEM

* PRIMARY FILE SYSTEM FOR UNIX-BASED OS * USES A HIERARCHICAL FILE STRUCTURE * TOP LEVEL CALLED ROOT / *

<MAX VOLUME:1YB>

<MAX FILES SIZE:32PB

NO ENCRYPTION 

(NTFS) NEW TECHNOLOGY FILE SYSTEM

* CREATED BY MICROSOFT * SUPPORTS FEATURES SUCH AS: <COMPRESSION>

<(VSS) VOLUME SHADOW COPY SERVICE>

<(EFS) ENCRYPTING FILE SYSTEM>

<QUOTAS>

MAX VOLUME:256TB

MAX FILE SIZE:16TB

YES ENCRYPTION

(FAT)-FILE ALLOCATION TABLE

*LEGACY FILE SYSTEM * USED MOSTLY REMOVABLE MEDIA * NO PERMISSIONS OR ENCRYPTION *

MAX VOLUME:2TB

MAX FILES SIZE:4GB

NO ENCCRYPTION

(VMFS)-VIRTUAL MACHINE FILE SYSTEM

*USED WITH VMWARE ESX SERVER & VSPHERE * STORES DISK IMAGES & SNAPSHOTS IN A FILE * ALLOWS READ & WRITESIMULTANEOUSLY *

MAX VOLUME:64T

MAX FILE SIZE:2TB

NO ENCRYPTION

Z FILE SYSTEM

*CREATED BY SUN MICROSYSTEMS * FILE SYSTEM & LOGICAL VOLUME MANAGER * PROTECTS AGAINST DATA CORRUPTION * SUPPORTS HIGH-STORAGE CAPACITIES *

MAX VOLUME:16EB

MAX FILE SIZE:16EB

NO ENCRYPTION

(EXT)-EXTENDED FILE SYSTEM

* FIRST FILE SYSTEM FOR LINUX * BASED UNIX FILE SYSTEM * DEFAULT FOR MOST LINUX DISTRIBUTIONS * EXT2, EXT3. EXT4*

MAX VOLUME:1YB

MAX FILES SIZE:32PB

NO ENCRYPTION

 

 

 

 


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