"This tutorial will show you how to install and use JFS
under Linux. JFS is an enterprise journalling filesystem
technology currently used by IBM enterprise servers and now being
ported to Linux. This tutorial assumes that you have some
experience compiling your own Linux kernel. If not, please
take the Compiling the Linux kernel tutorial on developerWorks, and
then head back here."
"JFS is an advanced journalling filesystem. It has been designed
to provide excellent performance and high availability for server
environments. However, JFS is also well suited for Linux
workstations and home machines, since everyone can benefit from a
reliable filesystem with high performance."
"...[Tutorial author] Daniel Robbins is the President/CEO of
Gentoo Technologies, Inc., the creator of Gentoo Linux, an advanced
Linux for the PC, and the Portage system, a next-generation ports
system for Linux. He has also served as a contributing author for
the Macmillan books Caldera OpenLinux Unleashed, SuSE Linux
Unleashed and Samba Unleashed."
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