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Fragments count in SD2


computamedic

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This may have been mentioned before and I apologise if I am repeating, but I find the fragment count is SD2 to be less informative than that in the original version.

 

The count increases as expected in the analyse phase but then reverts to 0 and increases again in the defrag phase. At that stage you have no idea how far the process has yet to go (since you probably missed the display count when the analyse phase finshed) so the count becomes pointless. If the count remained from the analyse phase and reduced to 0 (as did version 1) it would be more meaningful.

 

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Dave

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Hi computamedic

Yes, what happens is that the program first counts all the fragments and when finished with that starts to count all the fragmented files it defrags.

Can be a little confusing at first.

When viewing the report later you can the see all the files that previously were fragmented.

In the analyze report you can see the number of fragments in each file (if you compute those you will end up with the total number of fragments - same as it first reported) :-)

Cheers

solbjerg

 

 

This may have been mentioned before and I apologise if I am repeating, but I find the fragment count is SD2 to be less informative than that in the original version.

 

The count increases as expected in the analyse phase but then reverts to 0 and increases again in the defrag phase. At that stage you have no idea how far the process has yet to go (since you probably missed the display count when the analyse phase finshed) so the count becomes pointless. If the count remained from the analyse phase and reduced to 0 (as did version 1) it would be more meaningful.

 

Regards

 

Dave

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