Re: Fixing the UniPlus+ root disk fsck by hand (very very long)

From: Ray Arachelian <ray_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2008 10:40:48 -0400

Andrew Warkentin wrote:
> A nitpick: UniPlus uses the System V filesystem, which is completely
> different from UFS, which is the filesystem used by 4.2BSD and later BSD
> Unices, as well as some later System V Unices.
You are right sir, I guess I've spent too much time in Solaris, which uses UFS and have come to think of it as "The" Unix filesystem - which coincidentally is what it is named after. :) But, of course, Solaris, while being System V-ish, is actually a mixture of BSD (from its SunOS roots) and System V, hence the "Generic" tag when you run uname -a.

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