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What are the files systems AIX support? I can see the AIX default file system is JFS, what are other files system it supports?
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AIX supports JFS, and beginning with AIX 5L JFS2 (Enhanced Journaled File System).

Of course there are NFS, CDRFS, UDFS.

These are the filesystems shipped with AIX. In former times there was also AFS, but I really don't know if its still available.

GPFS from IBM is an extra charged filesystem, and there are third-party filesystems like Veritas (VxFS).
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