In order for computers to store information on hard drives, floppy disks, cds, tapes, etc otherwise known as electronic media, the computer has to understand where the information is stored and how to read that information. File system data formats are technical descriptions on how the information can be accessed. This category is used to collect information on different file formats for three purposes. These purposes are Educating programmers so that they can make full use of the file systems they work with, providing reference material for compatibility and providing information for the creation of new file systems.
The 64-bit Standalone Plan 9 File Server
A paper describing the Plan 9 snapshot archival file system by Ken Thompson.
Resources related to the 9P distributed file system from Bell Labs; including a list of existing implementations, documentation and applications.
The BFS Filesystem Structure
Detailed description of the structure of the Boot FileSystem (BFS) used to boot SCO's UnixWare.
A stackable vnode level encryption File System.
File Systems and Storage Lab
Hosts many projects and publications related to file systems, storage, security, and networking.
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
Detailed specifications, other documents, resources, and links related to the 'Filesystem Hierarchy Standard' for Unix systems.
Describes a wide variety of filesystems and instructs you on how to access them from a wide variety of operating systems.
JFS for Linux
Provides specifications, documentation and downloads for IBM's journaled file system.
Solid File System (SolFS)
A single-file virtual file system for Delphi (VCL), .NET, Windows, Linux, PalmOS, PocketPC.
Distributed File Systems Part I
Collection of slides on distributed File Systems. (November 30, 1998)
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