Linux file systems: Ext3, ReiserFS, JFS, Ext2, XFS, FAT filesystem and Linux, RAM disk, Coda, Btrfs, Ext4, Lustre, Global File System

 
9781156521830: Linux file systems: Ext3, ReiserFS, JFS, Ext2, XFS, FAT filesystem and Linux, RAM disk, Coda, Btrfs, Ext4, Lustre, Global File System
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: Ext3, ReiserFS, JFS, Ext2, XFS, FAT filesystem and Linux, RAM disk, Coda, Btrfs, Ext4, Lustre, Global File System, IBM General Parallel File System, Parallel Virtual File System, Reiser4, Google File System, Ceph, Tmpfs, UnionFS, NILFS, Moose File System, Sysfs, JFFS2, Next3, Tux3, POHMELFS, LogFS, SquashFS, XtreemFS, GlusterFS, Ext3cow, UBIFS, AXFS, OCFS, FhGFS, E2fsprogs, Xiafs, Captive NTFS, Chiron FS, StegFS, Journaling block device, Extended file system, CDfs, Aufs, Cramfs, Gfarm file system, SpadFS, EXOFS, Mkdosfs, Configfs, Romfs, Read-only root filesystem. Excerpt: Btrfs (B-tree file system, variously pronounced "Butter F S", "Better F S", or "B-tree F S") is a GPL-licensed copy-on-write file system for Linux. Btrfs is intended to address the lack of pooling, snapshots, checksums and integral multi-device spanning in Linux file systems, these features being crucial as the use of Linux scales upward into larger storage configurations common in the enterprise. Chris Mason, the principal author of the filesystem, has stated its goal was "to let Linux scale for the storage that will be available. Scaling is not just about addressing the storage but also means being able to administer and to manage it with a clean interface that lets people see what's being used and makes it more reliable." Btrfs 1.0 (with finalized on-disk format) was originally slated for a late 2008 release, and was finally accepted into the mainline kernel as of 2.6.29. Several Linux distributions have also begun offering Btrfs as an experimental choice of root file system during installation, including openSUSE 11.3, SLES 11 SP1, Ubuntu 10.10, Sabayon Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Fedora 15, MeeGo, Debian, and Slackware 13.37. Fedora have hinted it might be the default filesystem for 17. In 2008 the principal developer of the ext3 and e...

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