Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 10th Sep 2003 03:35 UTC, submitted by Greg Afinogenov
SGI and IRIX This press release announces SGI's coming debuts at the IBC in Amsterdam. These include several new workstations and InfiniteStorage, which seems to be a new fileystem for transparently sharing media files across operating systems (Linux, IRIX, Windows NT, OSX).
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New filesystem aka CXFS
by Arun Ramakrishnan on Wed 10th Sep 2003 04:22 UTC

CXFS has been around for more than three years now.So it is not all that new. Support for linux and AIX is the new part.

"across operating systems"
by mmu_man on Wed 10th Sep 2003 05:09 UTC

as long as the filesystem is ported to the OS...
are the sources open to this one ? a link to them would fit the news I think.

Re: New filesystem aka CXFS
by Chatz on Wed 10th Sep 2003 13:15 UTC

And Windows XP, it just wasn't listed in the press release...

Re: "across operating systems"
by Chatz on Wed 10th Sep 2003 13:18 UTC

CXFS is not open source and yes it is ported to these
operating systems.

More info about CXFS is at:
http://www.sgi.com/products/storage/tech/file_systems.html

Its still finite
by hmmm on Wed 10th Sep 2003 17:41 UTC

64-bit scalability that supports file sizes up to 9 million terabytes, filesystems to 18 million terabytes

What about BSD?
by atici on Wed 10th Sep 2003 19:28 UTC

How about *BSD support?