XFS is a high-performance 64-bit journaling file system created by Silicon Graphics, Inc (SGI) in 1993.  It was the default file system in the SGI's IRIX operating ...
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XFS File System The XFS file system is an extension of the Extent File System (EFS). XFS was originally referred to as the ‘X’ File System (XFS) and the name was ...
XFS: A high-performance journaling filesystem XFS combines advanced journaling technology with full 64-bit addressing and scalable structures and algorithms.
Summary. XFS is a journaled 64-bit file system created by SGI. Until 1994 it was only available for IRIX. Since the 1st of May 2001 it is officially part ...
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Acronym Definition; XFS: X Font Server (Sun) XFS: Extended File System: XFS: X-Fleet Sentinels (gaming clan) XFS: Extensions for Financial Services (software ...
Info from: main XFS faq at SGI. Many thanks to earlier maintainers of this document - Thomas Graichen and Seth Mos.
EXT3 Vs. XFS. Modern Linux kernels support a wide assortment of file systems. While the default choice of file system during installation is always a safe choice ...
XFS is the native file system for SGI systems, from desktop workstations to supercomputers. Fully embraced by the open source community, XFS provides full 64-bit file ...