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BFS (UnixWare Boot File System) is a SCO specification for a KISS filesystem used at bootstrap. It only offers one directory and, due to the way information about blocks are stored, only one file opened for writing at a time.
- From what i see, it also means BFS will have to do nasty things if a file must be extended after some other file has been created -- PypeClicker
- Agreed, but it's not a general-purpose filesystem. One tends not to extend things like the kernel image or modules. -- Strib
- What about updates? Also, why aren't we using the discussion page instead? --Love4boobies 12:06, 7 January 2011 (UTC)