Virtual Filesystems In Linux: Why We Need Them And How They Work
opensouce.com, March 8th, 2019
March 8, 2019,
Volume 252, Issue 1

"What is a filesystem? According to early Linux contributor and author Robert Love, 'A filesystem is a hierarchical storage of data adhering to a specific structure.' However, this description applies equally well to VFAT (Virtual File Allocation Table), Git, and Cassandra (a NoSQL database). So what distinguishes a filesystem?..."

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