sysfs is a pseudo file system provided by the Linux kernel that exports information about various kernel subsystems, hardware devices, and associated device drivers from the kernel's device model to user space through virtual files
multipath -l(show the current multipath topology from information fetched in sysfs and the device mapper)
- Linux Kernel: namespaces, Cgroups, OOM, proc, Linux Kernel changelog,
sysctl, userfaultfd, Grub, ENOSPC, ENOMEM, DKMS, syscall, Transparent huge pages, smatch, sysfs, vm.swappiness, CFS, Runlevel, Jens Axboe, Consistent Network Device Naming, Initial ramdisk (initrd),
modprobe, MTD, Linux Kernel vulnerabilities,
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