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- Multi-user Support
- Great performance when dealing with large files
SkyFS has been adopted by Robert Szeleney (Chief Software Architect of SkyOS) from the OpenBFS file system, which was made available under the MIT License by the OpenBeOS project (now known as Haiku Operating System.
A Fork of OpenBFSEdit
SkyFS is a fork of OpenBFS, but since the release of SkyOS 5.0 Beta 8.2, SkyFS is no longer compatible with it, because of significant changes and enhancements:
- Implementing a bootloader into the SkyFS driver
- Changing the "Magic ID"
- Improving the overall performance
- Other minor improvements and enhancements
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