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Which File System do you use

By peeyush_maurya ·
There are many filesystem used
Redhat's default is ext3, SuSe's is reisfs native filesystem. Some prefer to customise their OS for their favrioute filesystem.

Which FileSystem do you use?
The following is the list i found (here http://www.linux-faqs.com/HOWTO/Filesystems-HOWTO.php)
1 ADFS - Acorn Disc File System
2 AFFS - Amiga fast filesystem
3 BeFS - BeOS filesystem
4 BFS - UnixWare Boot Filesystem
5 CrosStor filesystem
6 DTFS - Desktop filesystem
7 EFS - Enhanced filesystem (Linux)
8 EFS - Extent filesystem (IRIX)
9 FFS - BSD Fast filesystem
10 GPFS - General Parallel Filesystem
11 HFS - HP-UX Hi performance filesystem
12 HTFS - High throughput filesystem
13 JFS - Journaled filesystem (HP-UX, AIX, OS/2 5, Linux)
14 LFS - Linux log structured filesystem
15 MFS - Macintosh filesystem
16 Minix filesystem
17 NWFS - Novell NetWare filesystem
18 NSS - Novell Storage Services
19 ODS - On Disk Structure filesystem
20 QNX filesystem
21 Reiser filesystem
22 RFS (CD-ROM Filesystem)
23 RomFS - Rom filesystem
24 SFS - Secure filesystem
25 Spiralog filesystem (OpenVMS)
26 System V and derived filesystems
27 Text - (Philips' CD-ROM Filesystem)
28 UDF - Universal Disk Format (DVD-ROM filesystem)
29 UFS
30 V7 Filesystem
31 VxFS - Veritas filesystem (HP-UX, SCO UnixWare, Solaris)
32 XFS - Extended filesystem (IRIX)
33 Xia FS


I prefer reiserfs and had never faced any problem even after many accident/power shutdowns

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