hierarchical file

hierarchical file

[¦hī·ər¦är·kə·kəl ′fīl]
(computer science)
A file with a grandfather-father-son structure.
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0 for Macintosh provides home and office E-mail account handling in one window, an advanced contact manager, hierarchical file folders and many other features that could enhance Apple's Mac.
Iobjects' technology incorporates a hierarchical file management system that allows for logical organization and direct access to a desired track.
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Inferno's distributed computing metaphor represents all resources on a network (data, services, computers, network interfaces and devices) as files in a forest of hierarchical file systems.
INTEGRITY provides comprehensive I/O and file system support, including a USB stack, NFS client, drivers for I2C, CompactPCI/VMEbus backplanes, clocks, timers and standard PC peripherals, and a full-featured, UNIX-compatible, hierarchical file system.
INTEGRITY provides comprehensive I/O and file system support, including a USB stack, NFS client, UNIX-compatible, hierarchical file system, flash file system, POSIX API and drivers for I2C, CompactPCI and VMEbus backplanes, clocks, timers and standard PC peripherals.
It works with a hierarchical file system that will be provided by Data Facilities System Managed Storage (DFSMS/MVS/A/).
INTEGRITY provides comprehensive I/O and file system support, including a USB stack, NFS client, and drivers for I2C, CompactPCI/VMEbus backplanes, clocks, timers, standard PC peripherals, and a full-featured, UNIX-compatible, hierarchical file system and a POSIX API.
Typical applications include backup and hierarchical file storage.
The drive also supports the Macintosh Hierarchical File System (HFS), and industry-standard ISO 9660 and the High Sierra file formats.

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