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Old 25 July 2004, 01:45   #7
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Well the defrag on the fly is just like in Ext2/3 under Linux, I think. Files are written in one piece into free space that fits, if possible. The defrag command then could condense these further. Control blocks like directories are never defragged because the whole thing is beta. I think I got that from the guide :-) And I can't remember using anything else than Smartinfo. It's just the deluxe version of sfsdefrag, I think.
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