Types of file system in linux?

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Guest

  • Sep 22nd, 2006
 

Linux - File System format supported

EXT2 - Extended 2

EXT3 - Extended 2 + Journal

JFS - Journal file system

Resier - Advanced Journal

LVM - Logical Volume manager

VFAT - FAT 16 / 32

NTFS

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opbang

  • Sep 22nd, 2006
 

EXT2 - Extended 2

EXT3 - Extended 2 + Journal

JFS - Journal File System

Resierfs - Advanced Journal

LVM - logical volume manager

VFAT - FAT 16/32

NTFS

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Jerry Gallagher

  • Oct 4th, 2006
 

Ok, see different filesystems but you said types. So, Virtual --Tmpfs , devfsnetworked -- smbfs, nfscommon -- ext2, Fat32journaling -- ext3fs, rieser3 DVD/CD rom -- joliet, isoand Misc -- cefs, hfs. ufs

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vipin

  • Oct 16th, 2006
 

answers1.ext22.ext3

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basav

  • Jan 3rd, 2007
 

ext2fs

ext3fs  it is an extended file system

total file system of linux is called  GFS   GLOBAL file system 

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moorthyvsm

  • Jul 8th, 2008
 

There are lot of file system types are used in Linux. Mostly Linux uses ext3 file ystem.You can know by using the command given below.

fdisk /dev/dsa
fdisk /dev/hda

Once you executed the above one just type "l" and it will show all fil system types in linux.

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