IT Infra

Backups & Snapshots

Snapshots :  Snapshots aren’t really a backup, but a convenient way to rollback in time. All snapshots are on the same storage as their original disk: if you lose the original disk or storage, you’ll lose all your snapshots. Also, they are not mutually exclusive with backups. We strongly advise that you do NOT rely […]

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IT incharge – Responsibilities

An IT incharge, also known as an IT manager or IT coordinator, is responsible for managing and coordinating the use of technology within an organization. Some specific responsibilities of an IT incharge may include: Managing and maintaining the organization’s computer systems, including hardware, software, and networks. Implementing and enforcing policies related to the use of

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NTFS File System

NTFS (New Technology File System) is a proprietary file system developed by Microsoft for use on its Windows operating systems. It is the default file system for Windows NT and later versions of Windows, including Windows 10. NTFS is a modern file system that supports features such as file-level security, compression, and encryption. It also

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ZFS File System

ZFS (Zettabyte File System) is a modern, scalable file system that was developed by Sun Microsystems (now part of Oracle). It is designed to support very large storage volumes and has a number of advanced features, including support for data integrity, snapshotting, and data compression. One of the key features of ZFS is its use

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BRTFS file system

  Btrfs (B-tree file system) is a modern, general-purpose file system that was designed to address the needs of modern storage systems, including fault tolerance, repair, and easy administration. It is often used as a replacement for traditional file systems such as ext4 on Linux systems. Btrfs is designed to be scalable, with support for

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Network Cable Brief

There are several types of network cables, each with its own set of specifications and length limitations. Here is a summary of some of the most common types of network cables: Twisted Pair Cable: This is the most common type of network cable, and it is made up of two insulated copper wires twisted together.

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Firewall Rules Explained

Firewall rules are used to control incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predetermined security policies. They are an important tool for protecting networks and devices from unauthorized access and malicious attacks. There are several general types of firewall rules that are commonly used: Allow rules: Allow rules are used to permit specific types of

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Software Defined Networking ( SDN )

Software-defined networking (SDN) is a networking architecture that allows network administrators to programmatically configure and control network devices and services using software. It uses a central controller to abstract the underlying hardware and software of the network, enabling administrators to manage the network more efficiently and dynamically. SDN allows network administrators to define and enforce

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Hard Disks – General Infomation

There are several types of hard disk drives (HDDs) that are used for different purposes: Desktop HDDs: Desktop HDDs are designed for use in desktop computers and are typically larger and faster than other types of HDDs. They are well-suited for storing large amounts of data, such as media files and documents, and are often

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