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Definition: ReFS

(REsilient File System) An enhanced Windows file system that supports fault tolerance and huge storage capacities. Using meta-data to keep track of updates, as well as optional checksums for greater integrity, ReFS supports file sizes up to 16 exabytes and volumes up to one yottabyte. Introduced with Windows Server 2012, ReFS supports most of the functions within NTFS. See file system, exabyte and yottabyte.