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As you can see, there are a variety of journaling filesystems available for Linux, most of which have significant history on other platforms, or have substantial usage and "testing" on Linux itself. Journaling filesystems minimize system restart time and optimize storage on the disks that are physically connected to a specific machine. Journaling filesystems liberate much of the tedium in maintaining and tweaking filesystems on each local system. As we'll see in the next article, distributed filesystems provide many other types of administrative and performance advantages starting at the opposite end of the spectrum—networked enterprise, academic, and related wide-scale computing environments.

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