Crossplatform File systems
I have a department at my work that uses all Mac OS X machines. I've been tasked with migrating all they're existing data from an HFS+ file system to a new server.
I know about the data fork and resource fork and have the file transfer down to preserve them but I need to know what file system Ubuntu 11.10 should use to preserve the names of the files and folders (alot of weird naming conventions)
Ext4 did not work dude to the limitations of naming conventions.
Ext3 will not work either.
HFS+ is a no go because the Volumes have to be bigger than 2 TB.
I'm at a loss. I had it setup with ZFS but then I read that ZFS is just a glorified LVM manager with software RAID.
Please help me settle on a file system that will hold these files and not mess with the naming conventions. Has anyone done this? Let me know if you need more info.