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Would this be good for Linux


2006-06-27 04:26:31 AM
kylix0
Yes/No do you think the story on the link below would be
good?
www.theregister.co.uk/2006/06/26/winfs_axed/
SQL for DOS batch files would have been powerful though
so how about Linux?
 
 

Re:Would this be good for Linux

Rita wrote:
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Yes/No do you think the story on the link below would be
good?
www.theregister.co.uk/2006/06/26/winfs_axed/
AFAIK, the Raiser file system (now used by Suse as default) _is_ a
database. So old news for Linux.
-Michael
 

Re:Would this be good for Linux

On 2006-06-28, Michael Schnell < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >wrote:
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Rita wrote:
>Yes/No do you think the story on the link below would be
>good?
>www.theregister.co.uk/2006/06/26/winfs_axed/

AFAIK, the Raiser file system (now used by Suse as default) _is_ a
database. So old news for Linux.
Hmm, I thought that REiser was pretty much a HPFS/NTFS copycat. These fses
also have possibilities to attach arbitrary metadata to files (including
multiple forks). So if Reiser qualifies, so does HPFS/NTFS.
 

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