CPT 499C Lecture 7A NTFS Metadata files

CPT 499C Lecture 7A NTFS Metadata files - NTFS Metadata...

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Unformatted text preview: NTFS Metadata files Slide 1 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Whats the Difference? An Overview of NT/2000/XP and NTFS NTFS Metadata files Slide 2 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Learning Objectives The student will be able to: List the versions of NT/2000/XP and describe significant differences Identify the file systems supported by each version List the NTFS Metadata Files and describe their function NTFS Metadata files Slide 3 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Windows NT Versions Windows NT 3.1, 3.5, 3.51 Server and Workstation Windows NT 4.0 Server, Workstation, Terminal Server Service packs 1 through 6a NTFS Metadata files Slide 4 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Windows 2000/XP Versions Windows 2000 Professional, Server, Advanced Server, Datacenter Server AKA windows NT 5.0 Windows XP Home Professional 64-Bit Edition NTFS Metadata files Slide 5 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Windows NT 3.x File Systems NT 3.1, 3.5 and 3.51 File Allocation Table FAT12 FAT16 New Technology File System (NTFS) High Performance File System (HPFS) OS/2 file system developed by IBM and Microsoft Continued to be developed by IBM as OS/2 Warp NTFS Metadata files Slide 6 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Windows NT 4.0 File Systems NT 4.0 File Allocation Table FAT12 FAT16 New Technology File System (NTFS) NTFS Metadata files Slide 7 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Windows 2000/XP File Systems Windows 2000/XP File Allocation Table FAT12 FAT16 FAT32* Will mount any size FAT32 partition Will only format a drive FAT32 if 32GB or less What does that mean if you find a 45GB FAT32 drive on a 2000 machine? New Technology File System* Newer version of NTFS NTFS Metadata files Slide 8 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY New Technology File System What happens when you format a partition as NTFS? NTFS Metadata files Slide 9 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NTFS Disk Structure Based on Transaction Processing Lazy write file system Uses logging techniques for recoverability Redundant storage for essential file system data There is no system area an NTFS partition is all data area NTFS Metadata files Slide 10 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NTFS Disk Structure Everything is stored as a file MBR FAT1 BR FAT1 FAT1 FAT2 FAT2 Root D FAT2 Root D R e s e r v e d A r e a NTFS FAT MBR R e s e r v e d A r e a System Area Data Area Data Area NTFS Metadata files Slide 11 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MBR 1 3 2 4 5 7 6 8 10 9 12 11 14 13 15 16 18 17 19 21 20 23 22 25 24 26 27 29 28 30 32 31 34 33 36 35 37 38 40 39 41 43 42 45 44 47 46 48 49 51 50 52 54 53 56 55 58 57 59 60 62 61 63 65 64 67 66 69 68 70 71 73 72 74 76 75 R e s e r v e d A...
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CPT 499C Lecture 7A NTFS Metadata files - NTFS Metadata...

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