zFS file systems
The z/OS Distributed File Service zSeries File System (zFS) is a z/OS UNIX System Services (z/OS UNIX) file system that can be used in addition to the hierarchical file system (HFS). zFS file systems contain files and directories that can be accessed with z/OS UNIX application programming interfaces (APIs). These file systems can support access control lists (ACLs). zFS file systems can be mounted into the z/OS UNIX hierarchy along with other local (or remote) file system types (for example, HFS, TFS, AUTOMNT, and NFS).
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