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The Active Block I/O Scheduling System (ABISS) filesystem provides real-time features for file system I/O activities. ABISS guarantees applications with a set reading and writing bit-rate. This filesystem expands Linux's hard-disk storage subsystem.
ABISS is a special-purpose filesystem that operates on top of existing filesystems such as FAT32 and EXT3.
ABISS is added to the Linux kernel via a patch. ABISS can be obtained from its official website http://abiss.sourceforge.net/
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