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Linux Filesystems focuses on two different aspects of filesystems for Linux. First, local filesystems which use journaling, including SGI's XFS; IBM's EFS; Red Hat's extfs3, and Reiser. Second, it discusses distributed network-oriented filesystems such as: NFS, the classic distributed filesystem originally written by Sun Microsystems and since ported to every Unix and Linux platform.; OpenAFS, a version of IBM/Transarc's networked filesystem that was recently released into the public domain by IBM; Netatalk, the package for Linux interoperability with Macintosh filesystems; Samba, the package for Linux interoperability with Windows SMB filesystems, and NCP tools (Novell Core Protocols), the tools supporting Linux interoperability with Novell's NetWare.
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