|Directory contents||8KB blocks with hash table|
|Max. number of files|
|Max. filename length||256 bytes|
|File system permissions||POSIX ACLs|
|Supported operating systems||AIX, Solaris, z/OS|
Episode is a POSIX compliant file system most commonly known for its use in DCE/DFS file servers. It was designed to achieve the goals of portability, scaling, and to make more efficient use of available system bandwidth. It used a variety of methods to achieve these goals, one of which was its use of metadata logging, designed to enhance the file system's performance.
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