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John Poltorak

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Re: HPFS and JFS internal definition specifications
« Reply #30 on: June 18, 2017, 03:05:51 pm »
I want to take a look at JFS and ZFS as well.

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Rick C. Hodgin

ZFS is gaining interested in FreeBSD land so I guess the source for it must be available...

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Re: HPFS and JFS internal definition specifications
« Reply #31 on: June 19, 2017, 04:19:09 am »

ZFS is gaining interested in FreeBSD land so I guess the source for it must be available...

Not just FreeBSD.. It's somewhat popular on Linux too (http://zfsonlinux.org/).  On both it's pretty darn stable.  Due to its license, though, it cannot be put into the Linux kernel.

I think Linux and FreeBSD have both gone down different paths and have slightly different ZFS features (although I think the pools + filesystems can be set to a level that maintains compatibility).  Sources for both are available though.

Rick C. Hodgin

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Re: HPFS and JFS internal definition specifications
« Reply #32 on: June 21, 2017, 12:30:19 am »
I've been thinking about it.  I can no reason whatsoever to not work with a journaling file system in moving forward.  It is the only path that makes sense for a long-term system.

I'll be looking at JFS in moving forward.
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Re: HPFS and JFS internal definition specifications
« Reply #33 on: November 24, 2017, 07:34:09 pm »
I'll be looking at JFS in moving forward.

In ES/1 I should be able to implement a JFS file system.  I'll be looking to do that after I complete my FAT12/FAT16 file system.