Re: UFS2 (war: Webserver von 0 auf 100)

From: Andreas Braukmann <braukmann(at)>
Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2003 10:05:48 +0100

On Mon, Feb 24, 2003 at 09:35:05AM +0100, Roland Jesse wrote:
> Andreas Braukmann <braukmann(at)> writes:
> > 5.x bietet einfach zu viele wirklich interessante
> > Features. (Background fsck, UFS2,
> Was ist denn UFS2? "Executive answer" reicht mir.

hmmm. Da haette ein Blick in die 5.0 Release-Notes gereicht, oder?

| Basic support has been added for the UFS2 filesystem. Among the new
| features of UFS2:
| * The inode has been expanded to 256 bytes to make space for 64-bit
| block pointers.
| * A file-creation time field has been added.
| * A native extended attributes implementation has been added,
| permitting total attribute size stored on an inode to be up to
| twice the filesystem block size. This storage is used for Access
| Control Lists and MAC labels, but may also be used by other system
| extensions and user applications.
| UFS1 remains the default on-disk format, although UFS2 can be selected
| as an option in newfs(8) or via the partitioning screen in sysinstall(8).
| 64-bit platforms can boot from UFS2 root filesystems.

> Werden Softupdates mit 5.x obsolet?

Nein, natuerlich nicht. Warum sollten sie?


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