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*[http://kernelnewbies.org/Linux_2_6_30#head-26a57d992910e405d688b760fc504dfe2e48e0a5 kernelnewbies.org: Linux 2.6.30: 1.1. NILFS2, a log-structured filesystem] Quote: "...Another advantage of this approach is that the log offers a coherent historical view of all the operations done in the disk in the past. This is called "continuous snapshotting" - snapshots of modifications done in all the filesystem at any time are created automatically due to the log-structure design, with no requirement of intervention from an admin, and with the filesystem size as the only limit. NILFS2 allows to access those snapshots and even mount them (on read-only mode)..."
 
*[http://kernelnewbies.org/Linux_2_6_30#head-26a57d992910e405d688b760fc504dfe2e48e0a5 kernelnewbies.org: Linux 2.6.30: 1.1. NILFS2, a log-structured filesystem] Quote: "...Another advantage of this approach is that the log offers a coherent historical view of all the operations done in the disk in the past. This is called "continuous snapshotting" - snapshots of modifications done in all the filesystem at any time are created automatically due to the log-structure design, with no requirement of intervention from an admin, and with the filesystem size as the only limit. NILFS2 allows to access those snapshots and even mount them (on read-only mode)..."
 
*http://www.nilfs.org/
 
*http://www.nilfs.org/
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NILFS ought to be tested as a file system om microSD(HC)?:

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NILFS ought to be tested as a file system om microSD(HC)?: