jfsutils-static 1.1.15 Utilities for managing JFS file systems

The JFSutils are a collection of utilities for managing the JFS, a 64-bit journaling file system created by IBM and later ported to the kernel Linux. The following commands are available:

  1. fsck.jfs: check and repair a JFS file system or replay its transaction log.

  2. logdump: dump the JFS journal log.

  3. logredo: replay the JFS journal log.

  4. mkfs.jfs: create a new JFS file system.

  5. xchklog: save a JFS fsck log to a file.

  6. xchkdmp: dump the contents of such a log file.

  7. xpeek: a JFS file system editor with a shell-like interface.