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

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

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