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The Second Extended File System - An introduction

The latest version of the Linux file system called ‘ext3’ is said to have journaling support. A Journaling Filesystem is one that keeps logs and checkpoints for all the transactions that have been done, so that if the system crashes it can start restoring file system on disk using the logs starting from the last checkpoint. We shall look into the proposed journaling file system for Linux in the following article.