Utilities for managing the XFS file system

A set of commands to use the XFS file system, including mkfs.xfs.

XFS is a high performance journaling file system which originated on
the SGI IRIX platform. It is completely multithreaded. It can support
large files and large file systems, extended attributes, and variable
block sizes.It is extent based and makes extensive use of Btrees
(directories, extents, and free space) to aid both performance and
scalability.

Refer to the documentation at http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/ for
complete details. This implementation is on-disk compatible with the
IRIX version of XFS.

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0001-repair-shift-inode-back-into-place-if-corrupted-by-b.patch 0000008387 8.19 KB over 2 years
dracut-fsck-help.txt 0000000268 268 Bytes over 4 years
make_xfs_scrub_interp_explicit.patch 0000000282 282 Bytes almost 3 years
module-setup.sh.in 0000000182 182 Bytes over 3 years
xfsprogs-4.15.0.tar.sign 0000000836 836 Bytes almost 3 years
xfsprogs-4.15.0.tar.xz 0001186416 1.13 MB almost 3 years
xfsprogs-docdir.diff 0000000432 432 Bytes about 3 years
xfsprogs-mkfs-avoid-divide-by-zero-when-hardware-reports-opti.patch 0000002191 2.14 KB over 2 years
xfsprogs-repair-Fix-root-inode-s-parent-when-it-s-bogus-f.patch 0000001752 1.71 KB about 2 years
xfsprogs.changes 0000087029 85 KB about 2 years
xfsprogs.keyring 0000018815 18.4 KB over 3 years
xfsprogs.spec 0000004982 4.87 KB about 2 years
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