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Funtoo Filesystem Guide, Part 3

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== Introduction ==
In my previous articles in this series, I introduced the benefits of journaling and the ReiserFS and showed how to set up a rock-solid ReiserFS system. In this article, we're going to tackle a couple of semi-offbeat topics. First, we'll take a look at tmpfs, also known as the virtual memory (VM) filesystem. Tmpfs is probably the best RAM disk-like system available for Linux right now, and was introduced with Linux kernel 2.4. Then, we'll take a look at another capability introduced with Linux kernel 2.4 called "bind mounts", which allow a great deal of flexibilit
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