Storage on Operating Systems
Its a common fallacy that data can be managed the same over different operating systems. Different operating systems use different ways to store data, and some of those differences are fundamental. This section explores the different ways operating systems store data, and the different management methods.
z/OS, which used to be OS/390, which used to be MVS, is IBM's mainframe operating system. The z/OS section discusses the way it allocates files, and some utilities which can be used to manage files
The Windows section discusses windows file structures, and the Windows System State.
The Netware section is all about Netware file systems, clustering and iFolder.