List of default file systems

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Default file system used in various operating systems.

Release year Operating system File system
1968 George 3 George 3
1971 OS/8 DECtape / OS/8
1972 RSX-11 ODS-1
1974 CP/M CP/M file system
1980 86-DOS FAT12, but logically format incompatible with MS-DOS/PC DOS.
1981 PC DOS 1.0 FAT12
1982 MS-DOS 1.25 FAT12
1982 Commodore 64 / 1541 Commodore DOS (CBM DOS)
1984 PC DOS 3.0 / MS-DOS 3.0 FAT16
1984 Classic Mac OS Macintosh File System (MFS)
1985 Atari TOS Modified FAT12
1985 Classic Mac OS Hierarchical File System (HFS)
1987 Compaq MS-DOS 3.31 FAT16B
1988 AmigaOS v1.3 Amiga Fast File System (FFS)
1989 OS/2 v1.2 High Performance File System (HPFS)
1989 SCO UNIX HTFS
1990 Windows 3.0 / 3.1x FAT16B
1993 Slackware ext2
1993 Debian GNU/Linux ext2
1993 FreeBSD v1-v5.0 UFS1
1994 Windows NT 3.5 NTFS
1995 Windows 95 FAT16B with VFAT
1996 Windows NT 4.0 NTFS
1998 Mac OS 8.1 / macOS HFS Plus (HFS+)
1998 Windows 98 FAT32 with VFAT
2000 SUSE Linux Enterprise 6.4 ReiserFS[1][2]
2000 Windows Me FAT32 with VFAT
2000 Windows 2000 NTFS
2000 Ututo GNU/Linux ext4
2000 Knoppix ext3
2000 RHEL ext3
2001 Windows XP NTFS but FAT32 was also common
2002 Arch Linux ext4
2002 Gentoo Linux ext4
2003 FreeBSD v5.1-v9 UFS2
2003 Windows Server 2003 NTFS
2003 Fedora Core 1 ext3
2004 Ubuntu 4.10 ext3
2004 OpenWrt OverlayFS combining SquashFS + JFFS2
2004 CentOS 3 ext3
2005 Debian GNU/Linux 3.1 ext3
2005 dyne SquashFS
2006 OpenDOS 7.01.08 FAT32+
2006 gNewSense ext4
2006 Windows Vista NTFS
2006 SUSE Linux Enterprise 11

openSUSE 10.2

ext3[3][4]
2007 Slackware 12 ext3
2007 Trisquel ext4
2008 Windows Server 2008 NTFS
2008 Musix GNU/Linux ext4
2008 Nexenta OS ZFS
2009 Windows 7 NTFS
2009 Parabola GNU/Linux ext4
2009 openSUSE 11 ext4
2009 Slackware 13 ext4
2009 Ubuntu 9.10 ext4
2009 Fedora 11 ext4 [5]
2010 LibreWRT SquashFS
2011 CentOS 6 ext4
2011 Debian GNU/kFreeBSD UFS1
2011 Arch Hurd ext2
2012 Windows 8 NTFS
2013 Debian GNU/Linux 7.0 ext4
2013 Debian GNU/Hurd ext2
2014 libreCMC OverlayFS combining SquashFS + JFFS2
2014 RHEL 7 XFS [6]
2014 CentOS 7 XFS
2015 Windows 10 NTFS
2015 Fedora 22 Combination: ext4 (Fedora Workstation and Cloud), XFS (Fedora Server)[7]
2015 OpenSUSE 42.1 Combination: Btrfs (for system) and XFS (for home).
2016 iOS 10.3 APFS
2017 macOS High Sierra (10.13) APFS

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archive:SuSE Linux 6.4". openSUSE wiki. Retrieved 2017-06-28.
  2. ^ "SUSE LINUX 9.1 Administration Guide: Major File Systems in Linux". Novell. Retrieved 2017-06-28.
  3. ^ Shankland, Stephen (16 October 2006). "Novell makes file storage software shift". CNET.
  4. ^ Sharma, Mayank (12 October 2006). "Novell will switch from ReiserFS to ext3". Linux.com.
  5. ^ "Fedora 11 | Installation Guide | 7. Installing on Intel® and AMD Systems | 7.21. Partitioning Your System | 7.21.5. Adding Partitions | 7.21.5.1. File System Types". docs-old.fedoraproject.org. Retrieved 2018-07-25.
  6. ^ https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/7/html-single/7.0_release_notes/#chap-Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-7.0_Release_Notes-File_Systems
  7. ^ "Fedora 22 | Installation Guide | Installing Using Anaconda | Installing in the Graphical User Interface | Manual Partitioning | Device, File System and RAID Types". docs-old.fedoraproject.org. Retrieved 2018-07-25.