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    Originally Posted by ManiacDan
    The discussion is getting a little too meta though. Now we'll probably get into an argument about what actually constitutes "being a part of" another piece of software.
    I kinda agree with you.

    they are not parts of each other, but there is a tight coupling between Operating systems and file systems, that makes it hard to think of a file system without thinking about its OS ..., or vice versa
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    The same can be said for most people about an OS's windowing system, desktop themes, etc. However, I could uninstall Gnome and switch to KDE. Many people would consider those entirely separate operating systems, but we know they're not.

    So yeah, a filesystem is separate from an operating system, and there are multiple websites out there that do benchmarks.
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