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I recently upgraded my home network from gigabit to 10G so I could take advantage of faster transfers between my Synology NAS, Proxmox server, and workstations. But while editing family video clips stored on my NAS, something did not feel right. Every device was connected at 10GbE, but file copy speeds were slower than expected. This made me wonder, are there bottlenecks in my network?

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The file system structure on most Linux distributions is loosely based on something called the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard which guides the usage of the various root directories. This article was created to help beginner Linux users with a "cheat sheet" of the most common Linux directories along with a deeper detailed explanation...

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