There are several common ways people can verify file system integrity in OS X, including booting to Safe Mode, using Disk Utility, or running the 'fsck' tool. These options have had some people wondering which is best.
A couple of days ago we discussed some problems that could arise with sizing files with HFS compression. This problem basically arises from there being a lack of consistency in the various utilities that are available in OS X, where some show compression status and size, and others show the uncompressed size.
Paragon releases the latest version of the software driver, which enables Windows to have full access to the Mac partition.
Troubleshooting Mac OS X 10.2.8: fsck issue clarification; Printer Sharing
Troubleshooting Mac OS X 10.2.8 (build 6R73): PCI cards; fsck; Printer Sharing; Repair Disk Permissions and black screens
Other formats may degrade performance.
Adobe Creative Suite 3: Cannot be installed on case-sensitive HFS volumes
Odds & Ends: Password length; Update utility; Using su in Terminal; FSCK at startup slowdown
Recent TIL articles: Choosing between UFS and HFS Plus; Mac OS X Server install on UFS and HFS Plus
"Case-sensitive HFS" and the risks of using it