Sub-second filesystem recovery after crashes or power failures (never wait for long fscks again). 64-bit scalability: millions of terabytes, millions of files, and a million files per directory (no more 2 GB limits). High reliability and performance from journaling and other advanced algorithms.
DocumentationMan pages available in HTML form from http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/manpages.html
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released on 15 December 2016
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