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A journaling file system uses a log to record all transactions that take place in the file system, and preserves its integrity in the event of a system crash or power failure. Although it is still possible to lose unsaved changes to files, journaling almost completely eliminates the possibility of file system corruption caused by an unclean shutdown. It also shortens to a minimum the time required for after-failure file system checking. Although the UFS file system employed by FreeBSD does not implement journaling itself, the new journal class of the GEOM framework in FreeBSD 7.<replaceable>X</replaceable> can be used to provide file system independent journaling. This article explains how to implement UFS journaling on a typical desktop PC scenario.
Un sistema de archivos con journaling utiliza un log para registrar todas las transacciones que tienen lugar en el sistema de archivos y conserva su integridad en caso de un fallo del sistema o un corte de alimentación. Aunque existe la posibilidad de perder cambios que no hayan sido guardados en los archivos, el journaling elimina casi por completo la posibilidad de que el sistema de archivos se dañe debido a un cierre repentino. También minimiza el tiempo que lleva verificar el sistema de archivos después de un fallo. Aunque el sistema de archivos UFS empleado por FreeBSD no implementa el journaling en si mismo, la nueva clase journal del framework GEOM en FreeBSD 7.<replaceable>X</replaceable> se puede utilizar para proporcionar un journaling independiente del sistema de archivos. Este artículo explica cómo implementar el journaling UFS en un ordenador típico de escritorio.
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A <link xlink:href="@@URL_RELPREFIX@@/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/geom-gjournal.html">new section on journaling</link> is now part of the FreeBSD Handbook.
Hay una <link xlink:href="@@URL_RELPREFIX@@/doc/es_ES.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/geom-gjournal.html">nueva sección sobre journaling</link> en el Handbook de FreeBSD.
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