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FIle system help

singhaxnsinghaxn Posts: 15Member
Hi,

Didn't know where exactly to put this message. Thought this to be the best place.
I'm looking for a general, possibly technical, comparison between file systems (covering points such as "access time", "storage format", "file deletion procedure", etc.) of FAT based and Inode based file-systems.
It would be great if someone could direct me to such a website.

Thanks,
-Akshay

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  • PrzemekG_PrzemekG_ Posts: 595Member
    : Hi,
    :
    : Didn't know where exactly to put this message. Thought this to be the best place.
    : I'm looking for a general, possibly technical, comparison between file systems (covering points such as "access time", "storage format", "file deletion procedure", etc.) of FAT based and Inode based file-systems.
    : It would be great if someone could direct me to such a website.
    :
    : Thanks,
    : -Akshay
    :

    Everything depends on your needs. If you are an OS developer try http://osdev.org

    If you thing this is the correct place for your question and you are not an os developer, you probably want ext2/3, reiserfs or bfs (befs).


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