common filesystem for Linux and FreeBSD
david.robillard at gmail.com
Mon Dec 17 07:38:54 PST 2007
> That being the case, there is some data I would like to keep available to
> both FreeBSD and Linux systems, in stable read/write access with
> reasonably high access performance for both (fast enough to achieve
> decent frame rates, for instance). This seems to rule out both ext3 and
> UFS2. What filesystem(s) meet(s) my needs in this case?
NFS would probably do it. You can use either OS as the NFS server and
use which ever file system you desire.
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