New-NetworkAdapter -vm VMNAME -NetworkName PortGroupName -StartConnected
This partition has an ext4 filesystem
file -s /dev/sda1 /dev/sda1: Linux rev 1.0 ext4 filesystem data (needs journal recovery) (extents) (huge files)
This device is a part of an LVM
file -s /dev/sdf /dev/sdf: LVM2 (Linux Logical Volume Manager) , UUID: o67VcqRE41iVFAy0qlfP5cYefvFRt1H
This disk has a GRUB boot loader installed
Because they bought large blocks of IP addresses.
I am adding a Lifecycle rule to an AWS S3 bucket I have created. There is no option to transition to Glacier.
Is Glacier is not supported under Free Tier? I go back to AWS Console to check. I find the solution here. Glacier is not supported in Singapore Region. The bucket was created in Singapore Region and hence there is no option of Glacier in the Lifecycle rule.
Creating a new bucket in a different Region resolves the issue.
This is due to a bug in coreutils. It is fixed in coreutils-8.22-12.el7_1.2. df is a part of coreutils package.
# rpm -qf `which df` coreutils-8.22-11.el7.x86_64
As a workaround, use
# df -t nfs -a # grep nfs /etc/mtab # cat /proc/mounts | grep nfs