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An introduction to filesystems...
At the most basic level, a file system is the method by which set of filed are stored and catalogued. Different devices and operating systems use different file systems, depending on certain factors, most of which are environmental. Every implementation of a file system needs a few things, including hierarchical organization, the ability to manipulate files, accessible data, and a so forth. Of course, a file system has to be used on some sort of storage device, like a hard disk or USB flash drive.
 read more | mail this link | score:7413 | -Ray, October 26, 2005
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