JFS file system

JFS (Journaled File System) a 64-bit journaling filesystem for Linux. It was created by IBM for its AIX OS and OS/2. The OS/2 version was later rewritten for Linux.

JFS is supported by Linux since the the kernel version 2.4.18pre9-ac4. It is considered to be a fast and reliable file system,

This file system supports filenams of up to 255 bytes, files of up to 4 PB and file systems of up to 32 PB (1 PB is 1000 TB).

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