Server-based Partitions

In the last chapter we saw how personal computers partition their storage volumes, and now we are going to look at how some of the servers partition their volumes. The basic concepts of this chapter and the previous chapter are identical. In fact, they are separated only because I needed some way to break the content into medium-sized chapters, and this separation seemed as good as anything else (even though DOS and Apple partitions are also used in servers). In this chapter, we are going to look at FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD partition systems; Sun Solaris partition systems; and GPT partitions that are found in 64-bit Intel Itanium systems.

Part I: Foundations

Digital Investigation Foundations

Computer Foundations

Hard Disk Data Acquisition

Part II: Volume Analysis

Volume Analysis

PC-based Partitions

Server-based Partitions

Multiple Disk Volumes

Part III: File System Analysis

File System Analysis

FAT Concepts and Analysis

FAT Data Structures

NTFS Concepts

NTFS Analysis

NTFS Data Structures

Ext2 and Ext3 Concepts and Analysis

Ext2 and Ext3 Data Structures

UFS1 and UFS2 Concepts and Analysis

UFS1 and UFS2 Data Structures

Summary

Bibliography

Bibliography

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File System Forensic Analysis
File System Forensic Analysis
ISBN: 0321268172
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 184
Authors: Brian Carrier
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