I am trying to create completely new file system, to use instead of NTFS and FAT32. What I want to implement there is: disable fragmentation; increase data stability and defence; any OS support and so on.
But I have one problem: I can't find any information concerning other file systems. So, is anybody has a driver source or a source or description of use of another FS FORMAT.COM -like utility, please, let me know. The IFS is completely closed at the MS, so I can't find anything that worths to see.
Posted on 2001-12-30 06:47:31 by Maestro
Take a look at the source of cfdisk ;)
Posted on 2001-12-30 07:13:44 by bazik
Thanks. I will look the code thruogh. Happy New Year!
Posted on 2001-12-30 14:41:03 by Maestro
Look for sabre's OS development pages. There was a link posted
in another thread by Dr. Manhattan. Use the board's search feature,
I'm too lazy to do that.

And really, just use one of the existing filesystems instead of developing
your own. You will not do better. (Well, if you're only doing it for
fun, do your own... and have fun ;-). Also, the linux kernel can be
a place to look, even if the source is a bit messy.
Posted on 2001-12-30 22:58:30 by f0dder