In this video, the Scott compares the newer resilient file system, or ReFS, with FAT and NTFS. He discusses the resilience and reduced overhead of ReFS in terms of the best use.
- [Instructor] Once a hard drive has been installed…initialized, and partitions or volumes created.…The next decision that you have to make,…is regarding the file system that you're going to apply…to that volume, now NTFS has been…the preferred file system for years.…Because it allowed for more specific security settings…not just on folders but on individual files…and it allows you to manage storage space…by configuring quotas, on top of that,…it allows you to create larger volumes…and larger files within those volumes.…
But these comparisons were against the File Allocation Table…the traditional FAT file system…and given these comparisons the NTFS environment…was the obvious choice.…FAT followed by VFAT to support long file names…and FAT32 to support somewhat larger volumes…hasn't really changed that much over the years.…The primary advantage of FAT is that…this file system can be read by pretty much…any other platform or application.…
But that isn't always necessary…and it isn't always a benefit.…During normal operation I want…
AuthorScott M Burrell
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Windows Server 2016: Storage Serviceswith Robert McMillen3h 16m Intermediate
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