The s5 filesystem type
The operating system views an
filesystem as an arrangement of addressable blocks
of disk space that belong to one of four categories:
block 0 (the boot block)
block 1 (the superblock)
a variable number of blocks that make up the inode list
a variable number of storage blocks,
most containing data,
some containing the free list and indirect addresses
This layout is illustrated in the next figure.
The s5 filesystem
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004