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Re: Smart FileSystem size support and limitations

Subject: Re: Smart FileSystem size support and limitations
by salass00 on 2007/8/20 11:54:17

@mailman

Quote:

In SFS 1.274 there are really two types of SFS: SFS/0 and SFS/2. Purpose of this is just to seperate things for large files (for those below 4 GB the system uses SFS/0, for thos above - SFS/2).


You can compare this to how FastFileSystem uses disk ids like DOS\x where x is a different number depending on whether the disk is formatted as OFS or FFS and if it uses international mode, directory caching, long filenames support, etc..

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