Ext2, Ext3 and Ext4,respectively, are forward-compatible file systems originally designed for the Linux kernel and now supported by HelenOS. The read-only Ext2 support was implemented in 2011 by Martin Sucha. In 2012, František Princ implemented for some, but not all, features of Ext3 and Ext4, including write support.

Supported features

  • mkfs (only ext2)
  • Extents

Unsupported features

  • Journaling
  • Compression
  • Extended attributes

Unknown state

  • Flexible groups
  • HTree
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