- Category: Computer
- Author: Dominic Giampaolo
- Pages: : 256 pages
- File type: : PDF (247 pages, 1.1 MB); Kindle (256 pages, 2846 KB)
Read and download free eBook intituled Practical File System Design with the Be File System in format : PDF (247 pages, 1.1 MB); Kindle (256 pages, 2846 KB) – : 256 pages created by Dominic Giampaolo.
This is the guide to the design and implementation of file systems in general, and the Be File System (BFS) in particular. This book covers all topics related to file systems, going into considerable depth where traditional operating systems books often stop. Advanced topics are covered in detail such as journaling, attributes, indexing and query processing. Built from scratch as a modern 64 bit, journaled file system, BFS is the primary file system for the Be Operating System (BeOS), which was designed for high performance multimedia applications.
You do not have to be a kernel architect or file system engineer to use Practical File System Design. Neither do you have to be a BeOS developer or user. Only basic knowledge of C is required. If you have ever wondered about how file systems work, how to implement one, or want to learn more about the Be File System, this book is all you will need.
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