When a second active file system is created based on a first active file system, the first active file system and the second active file system initially share data.
Second, the file system object and the information regarding the file system object are stored.
The local network file system then transmits the file to the remote network file system.
A file system can then be mounted, and a file system allocation state can be generated.
The file system allocation state can indicate the file system' s view of the availability of LBAs.
A filesystem conversion process converts a filesystem from one implementation type to another type while the filesystem remains active and fully accessible.
The conversion process builds a list of directories in the filesystem that are of the old filesystem type and then converts each directory until the entire filesystem is converted.
A filesystem-aware storage system locates and analyzes host filesystem data structures in order to determine storage usage of the host filesystem.
Provided are an enhanced file system and a method of managing files using the file system.
File system information is further recorded in the data recordable area after the recordation of the management files, where the file system information is associated with the AV stream files and the management files.
In the file system, there is a file header pool which can be established when mounting the file system.
A method and system for rapid data-fragmentation analysis of a file-allocation-table (FAT) file system is described.