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What's the Difference Between Linux EXT, XFS, and BTRFS Filesystems? - Electronic Design

Download the PDF of this article. Linux supports a range of file systems, including ones used on other operating systems such as Windows FAT and NTFS. Those may be supported by embedded developers but normally a Linux file system like the 4 extended file system (ext4), XFS, or BTRFS will be used for most storage partitions. Understanding the options can help in selecting the right file system for an application. The Linux file systems covered here include ones that would typically be used in embedded applications. There is also a class of clustered file systems designed for multi-node environments like Red Hat’s Global File System (GFS), GlusterFS, and Lustre. We start with an overview of features, followed by a more detailed description of each. The Extended File System The Extended File System is actually a family that currently includes ext2, ext3, and ext4. It was the ...

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