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Software News   Software News : PFS3 Open Sourced
   posted by zerohero on 11-Apr-2011 10:58:32 (4845 reads)
Here is the original post on Amiga.org.

Executables readme:
Quote:

This is the Professional File System III as is was released by Great Effects
Development back in 1999. It is now distributed on Aminet with a 4-clause BSD
license.


Sources readme:
Quote:

These are the sources of PFS3 including all the tools (pfsls, pfsdoctor, etc)
and floppypfs.


http://aminet.net/package/disk/misc/PFS3
http://aminet.net/package/disk/misc/PFS3src
    

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Re: PFS3 Open Source FTW!
Posted on 16-Apr-2011 4:08:41
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I don't know what the speed difference is between OS3 SFS & OS4 SFS filesystems, but I re-partitioned my scsi drive in my A4000T & tested both SFS & PFS3 for speed. PFS3 was a lot faster then SFS making a system backup.


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