Originally Published: Monday, 25 October 1999 Author: James Andrews
Published to: news_learn_support/Support News Page: 1/1 - [Printable]

Filesystems HOWTO 0.7

The Filesystems HOWTO covers getting access to Linux filesystems like ext2 from other operating systems and looking at alien filesystems under Linux

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File systems and partition tables covered in this document include:

  • Microsoft FAT
  • Microsoft VFAT
  • IBM HPFS
  • Microsoft NTFS
  • Ext2
  • Ext3
  • Apple HFS
  • iso9660
  • ADFS - Acorn Disc File System
  • AFFS - Amiga fast filesystem
  • BeFS - BeOS filesystem
  • BFS - UnixWare Boot Filesystem
  • CrosStor filesystem
  • DTFS - Desktop filesystem
  • EFS - Enhanced filesystem (Linux)
  • EFS - Extent filesystem (IRIX)
  • FFS - BSD Fast filesystem
  • GPFS - General Parallel Filesystem
  • HFS - HP-UX Hi performance filesystem
  • HTFS - High throughput filesystem
  • JFS - Journaled filesystem (HP-UX, AIX, OS/2 WarpServer 5)
  • LFS - Linux log structured filesystem
  • MFS - Macintosh filesystem
  • Minix filesystem
  • NWFS - Novell NetWare filesystem
  • NSS - Novell Storage Services
  • ODS - On Disk Structure filesystem
  • QNX filesystem
  • Reiser filesystem
  • RFS (CD-ROM Filesystem)
  • RomFS - Rom filesystem
  • SFS - Secure filesystem
  • Spiralog filesystem (OpenVMS)
  • System V and derived filesystems
  • Text - (Philips' CD-ROM Filesystem)
  • UDF - Universal Disk Format (DVD-ROM filesystem)
  • UFS
  • VxFS - Veritas filesystem (HP-UX, SCO UnixWare, Solaris)
  • XFS - Extended filesystem (IRIX)
  • Xia FS

    Linux partitioning and low level disk tools are also discussed





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