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{info:title=Tip}To display file system properties, click on the "Plus" icon in front of the file system name. The following data is provided for each file system:
* *Content Type -* Either "MBR" (Master Boot Record) or a file system of special type. Most common file system types are NTFS (Windows) or EXT3 (Linux).
* *Device Path* \- The path used by the operating system to identify the hard disk or partition. In Windows, it looks like {color:blue}\\?\Volume2cb24442-fd22-11df-b57d-806e6f6e6963{color}. {{\\?\Volume2cb24442-fd22-11df-b57d-806e6f6e6963}}. In Linux, it looks like {color:blue}/dev/hda{color} {{/dev/hda}} or {color:blue}/dev/sda{color}. {{/dev/sda}}. The Device path saved in the Recovery Point refers to the Device for which this Recovery Point was created. If you are performing Bare-Metal Restore to alternate Agent, the Device Path will be different.
* *Size* \- Size of the hard disk or partition in gigabytes.
* *Block Size* \- Minimum amount of space that can be allocated on the hard disk. Depends on the partition size and file system used and is equal to multiples of 512 bytes.