Complete FILE SYSTEMS (Computer)

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CURRENTLY, Most of my File System Information is at one of two locations: Files & File Systems - LINUX / UNIX Files & File Systems - WINDOWS File EXTENSIONS File FORMATS List of file systems Comparison of file systems - MAY NOT BE ACCURATE - Wikipedia File Allocation Table - wikipedia

Dokan library functions enable FUSE on Windows

Windows XP, 2003, Vista 7 x86 and Windows 2003, Vista, 7 x64.In both x32 and x64 versions. Dokan library 0.5.1 for x64 and x86 released - February 23rd, 2010 - Hiroki Dokan => Dokan library Dokan => Download dokan - Project Hosting on Google Code Filesystems using Dokan - Dokan - Google Groups Xavi Miro's Blog: Dokan: Filesystem in userspace (FUSE) for Windows Wuala - FAQ - Secure Online Storage - Backup. Store. Share. Access ... yukoba: Windows FUSE "Dokan" become open source Installable File System - Wikipedia

ENCRYPTED FILE SYSTEMS

EFS - Encrypting File System

eCryptfs - a stacked Linux cryptographic filesystem

eCryptfs has been included in the Linux kernel since Kernel 2.6.19. eCryptfs - Enterprise Cryptographic Filesystem

EFS - Encrypted file system for Microsoft Windows systems and AIX

An extension of NTFS. EFS - Encrypting File System - wikipedia

EncFS - GPL Encrypted file system in user-space

EncFS - wikipedia

SSHFS - SSH FileSystem or Secure SHell FileSystem)

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ext - Extended File System - Linux File System

ext - Wikipedia ext2 - Wikipedia ext3 - Wikipedia ext4 - Wikipedia

FUSE - Filesystem in UserSpaceE

Allows non-admin users to create and use their own file systems. GNU GPL. FUSE runs mostly on Linux, Unix and MAC, but Dokan (software) is a Microsoft Windows library to program file system drivers in user space (FUSE). FUSE - wikipedia Dokan (software) a Microsoft Windows library to program file system drivers in user space.

HDFS - Hadoop Distributed File System

HDFS - Apache Hadoop - The Apache Software Foundation! "HDFS is the primary distributed storage used by Hadoop applications. A HDFS cluster primarily consists of a NameNode that manages the file system metadata and DataNodes that store the actual data." - hadoop.apache.org HDFS Users Guide HDFS Architecture Guide See also: HADOOP

Lustre file system

Lustre is a parallel distributed file system, generally used for large scale cluster computing. The name Lustre is a portmanteau word derived from Linux and cluster. For the world's largest and most complex computing environments, the Lustre file system redefines high performance, scaling to tens of thousands of nodes and petabytes of storage with groundbreaking I/O and metadata throughput - lustre.org Lustre (file system) - Wikipedia Whamcloud » New to Lustre? Getting started with Lustre - Wiki Front Page - Whamcloud

Solaris File Systems

(Solaris) ZFS has been based in part of NetApp's write Anywhere File Layout (WAFL) system. It evolved pretty far from WAFL and now has many differences. Unfortunately, the related term “SAM” is often confusingly referred to as SAMFS. SAM really refers to storage, archive, and migration, and is a hierarchical storage facility. SAM is actually built into the same executables as QFS and SAMFS, and is separately licensed. SVM - Solaris Volume Manager The Default Solaris File Systems Getting to know the Solaris filesystem, Part 1 - SunWorld Solaris OS is built on a surprising number of pseudo file systems Solaris UFS File System

NFS (Solaris) File Sytem

Network File System (NFS) - softpanorama.org NFS: Overview and Gotchas nfs - Linux Command - Unix Command - ASK Linux / Unix Command To Find Out NFS Clients Connected To My NFS server Linux / Unix: Show Shares on NFS Server [ Shared Directories ] linux - NFS cache-cleaning command? - Stack Overflow Command for check NFS Server. - The UNIX and Linux Forums How do I find out how many nfs clients are connected to NFS server netstat -an | grep nfs.server.ip:port If your nfs server IP address 192.168.1.12 and port is 2049, enter: netstat -an | grep 192.168.1.12:2049 Sample outputs: tcp 0 0 192.168.1.12:2049 192.168.1.5:757 ESTABLISHED tcp 0 0 192.168.1.12:2049 192.168.1.6:892 ESTABLISHED Where, 192.168.1.12 - NFS serer IP address 2049 - NFS server port 192.168.1.5 and 192.168.1.6 - NFS clients IP address Using the NFS Client - NFS User Commands Linux NFS faq linux - Check in python script if NFS server is mounted and online ... webserver - Scaling Up NFS-Mounted Web-servers & Online File ... Setting Up NFS Services (System Administration Guide: Network ...) - Oracle Can't mount Archlinux NFS-Server via Win 7 (Page 1) / Newbie ... NFS commands List of NFS commands (AIX) NFS Commands (System Administration Guide, Volume 3) - ORACLE Security and NFS NFS Server and Client Configuration in Ubuntu - Ubuntu Geek F14 Network File System (NFS) - Fedora NFS Server and Client Configuration - Rivendell Wiki NFS exports from a server are controlled by the file /etc/exports. Each line begins with the absolute path of a directory to be exported, followed by a space-seperated list of allowed clients. /var/snd 192.168.1.1/24(rw,no_root_squash,async) /var/snd 192.168.1.2(ro,async) If you make changes to /etc/exports on a running Ubuntu NFS server, you can make these changes effective by issuing the command: sudo exportfs -a More about /var/lib/nfs/rmtab file The rmtab file is located at /var/lib/nfs/rmtab on nfs server and can be viewed using the cat command: cat /var/lib/nfs/rmtab From the rpc.mountd(8) man page: The rpc.mountd daemon registers every successful MNT request by adding an entry to the /var/lib/nfs/rmtab file. When receivng a UMNT request from an NFS client, rpc.mountd simply removes the matching entry from /var/lib/nfs/rmtab, as long as the access control list for that export allows that sender to access the export. Clients can discover the list of file systems an NFS server is currently exporting, or the list of other clients that have mounted its exports, by using the show- mount(8) command. showmount(8) uses other procedures in the NFS MOUNT protocol to report information about the server’s exported file systems. Note, however, that there is little to guarantee that the contents of /var/lib/nfs/rmtab are accurate. A client may continue accessing an export even after invoking UMNT. If the client reboots without sending a UMNT request, stale entries remain for that client in /var/lib/nfs/rmtab.

UFS (Solaris) File Sytem

The Default Solaris File Systems Solaris OS is built on a surprising number of pseudo file systems Solaris UFS File System

WAFL - Write Anywhere File Layout (NetApp)

Developed by NetApp for computer storage applications. WAFL was the inital basis for the Solaris ZFS file system (so many sources say. WAFL Overview - PDF The Write Anywhere File Layout (WAFL) is a file system that supports large, high-performance RAID arrays... Extensible NetApp: Thinking outside of the box: Understanding WAFL ... WAFL - Write Anywhere File Layout NetApp - Dave's Blog: Is WAFL a Filesystem? Unix Admin Corner: ZFS vs, NetApp's WAFL NetApp Tech OnTap NetApp - Dave's Blog: NetApp Sues Sun for ZFS Patent Infringemen The issue centers around NetApp's Write Anywhere File Layout (WAFL) File System Design for an NFS File Server Appliance - NetApp - 1995 More info about WAFL NetApp

ZFS (Solaris) File Sytem

ZFS has been based in part of NetApp's write Anywhere File Layout (WAFL) system. It evolved pretty far from WAFL and now has many differences. ZFS is expected to support encryption in 2010. http://www.sun.com/software/solaris/ds/zfs.jsp Solaris Filesystem Choices ZFS Tutorial Part 1 Solaris ZFS Administration Guide - Sun Microsystems ZFS - FreeBSD Wiki Building your own ZFS fileserver - [H]ard|Forum Nagios Exchange - Check ZFS file systems and data pools Nagios Exchange - check_zfs BigAdmin: ZFS Resources for System Administrators ZFS performance degradation over time - Page 2 - The FreeBSD Forums zilstat (Richard Elling Consulting)

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