XFS is a 64-bit journaling file system known for its high performance and efficient execution of parallel input/output (I/O) operations. XFS has since been ported to Linux and is now used as the default file system of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
ZFS is a file system and volume manager that comes in two versions OpenZFS (free) and a commercial version supported by Oracle Inc. ZFS was created for storage systems used in servers and workstations.
– ZFS can complete volume-related tasks like managing tiered storage and caching devices. – It can also complete data compression and deduplication, which reduces demand on the `RAM.
– XFS is a journaling file system that can keep track of temporal changes that are not yet filed in the main part of the system. – The XFS file system is 64-bit with a maximum file size of 8 exbibytes, depending on the host operating system.