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e4defrag - what does output mean?

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 ...
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How to make ext3 converted to ext4 support e4defrag?

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 ...
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How to improve file access speed?

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 ...
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How does Ubuntu handle file-system fragmentation? [duplicate]

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.
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Is e4defrag ready for use?

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 ...