e4defrag shows many lines like (filename) 100% [ OK ] or (filename) 0% [ NG ], and at finish shows success/failures. Does NG mean it was not moved, OK means it was defragmented? What are the ...
I have two ext3 filesystems that are very old and have been 99% full for a long time, leading to fragmentation. Also, they've been used for running VMs with dynamic disk images and other ...
My computer is very slow when starting applications. You clearly hear how the hard disk seems to read files from all over the disk. A first idea would be to check for fragmentation (since the drive is ...
Possible Duplicate: Why is defragmentation unnecessary? This could be for any file system but EXT4 works. Does Ubuntu need to be defragged like windows. Does it do this on its own.
I want defragment my root ext4 partition after upgrade to 10.10. But I can't find e4defrag in standart repos. May I build it from source? And is it safe for use? UPD: Now in 12.04, we have e4defrag ...