A file system has four blocks:
1. Superblock – This block offers information on the state of a file system such as block size, block group size, usage information, empty/filled blocks and their respective counts, size & location of inode tables, etc.
2. Bootblock – This block holds the bootstrap loader program that executes when a user boots the host machine.
3. Datablock – This block includes the file contents of the file system.
Inode table – UNIX treats all elements as files, and all information related to files is stored in the inode table.
Posted Date:- 2021-09-10 02:32:41