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orecul
post Jun 5 2006, 10:29 AM
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hi!!! I need help...
I want to defrag my linux hard disk since im having problem in booting....
any idea???

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post Jun 5 2006, 12:57 PM
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The Linux filesystems (ext2 & ext3) do not require defragmenting since they are designed in such a way that it doesn't occur as much. There are, AFAIK, no tools to defrag these filesystems. The problems with booting are probably unrelated - Please provide more info and we might be able to help

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post Dec 28 2011, 12:34 AM
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QUOTE (DS2K3 @ Jun 5 2006, 09:57 AM) *
The Linux filesystems (ext2 & ext3) do not require defragmenting since they are designed in such a way that it doesn't occur as much. There are, AFAIK, no tools to defrag these filesystems. The problems with booting are probably unrelated - Please provide more info and we might be able to help

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Thank You! I've looked all over for defrag software. No wonder I couldn't find any. Still thinking I'm using MS, I guess. Thanks for your definitive answer.

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