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SubjectRe: Let's make ext2fs into lfs (Was: Is anyone using EXT FS)
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In article <ML-1.3.2.827315531.7349.davidm@fuzzbox.gh.cs.usyd.edu.au>, David Monro <davidm@cs.su.oz.au> writes:
>
> A very incomplete list:
> afs - gone; [bcd]fs ?; efs - confusing with the old extfs; ffs - gone; gfs -
> someone might think it was a GNU filesystem; hfs seems familiar from somewhere,
> [ijk]fs ? lfs gone; mfs gone (mem fs under bsd); nfs gone; [opq]fs?; rfs gone;
> [st]fs ?; ufs gone (and can we port the bsd one?); vfs - gone (virtual layer);
> wfs?; xfs - not sure; [yz]fs ?


To add a few more:

hfs - MacOS filesystem
efs - extent based filesystem in SGI IRIX
xfs - new SGI irix6.x filesystem


C.O.


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