Definitions for "High Performance File System"
Keywords:  hpps, hpfs, faster, contiguous, mixed
A file system available with OS/2 versions 1.2 and later.
A file system available in OS/2 and WIN NT that supports long, mixed-case file names up to 256 characters, up to 64K of extended attributes per file, faster disk access with an advanced disk cache for caching files and directory information, highly contiguous file allocation that eliminates file fragmentation, and support for hard disks up to 64GB in size. DOS does not recognize the HPFS file structure. HPFS cannot be used on a floppy disk.
An OS/2 file system that allows long file names.
Keywords:  density, server