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ISD Beta 5.01 Total Files and Dirs


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this is my experiment: (mainly to test the counter: Total Files and Dirs.)

 

...because I noticed my dayly backup drive had the exact same value Whatsoever when number of files

 

was going up or down.

 

1) format a drive NTFS 8 Gig under Windows XP Pro SP3. Total Files and Dirs: 28.

Drive is empty but I guess these are MFT files because of NTFS. How is this calculated?

 

2) Copy and create 1 Folder, Total Files and Dirs: 44, added 16, Where is it coming from? factor 16?

 

3) add one sub-Folder, Total Files and Dirs: 44, no change?

 

4) add one file under the sub-folder, Total Files and Dirs: 44, no change?

 

5) add one file under the first folder, Total Files and Dirs: 44, no change?

 

6) add one file under the root, Total Files and Dirs: 44, no change?

 

7) copy a linear structure of 5 dirs from another drive, even from another hard drive, Total Files

 

and Dirs: 44, not good!

 

8) add again 1 Folder under the root, Total Files and Dirs: 44, no change?

 

9) copy 1 Folder and 2 Files, I have now added a structure of 15 objects, Total Files and Dirs: 44,

 

no change?

 

10) copy a structure of 370 folders and files, Total Files and Dirs: 428 , added 384, where are the

 

14 more coming from?

 

11) delete the same structure of 370 folders and files, Total Files and Dirs: 428, completly IGNORE

 

the delete, pretty bad!

 

12) stop and restart ISD, Total Files and Dirs: 428

 

13) reboot, start ISD, Total Files and Dirs: 428 when I have only a structure of 15 objects.

 

At this stage they are too many inconsistencies, can you explain them? can you reproduce a similar

 

test on one of your computer? I feel a bit counter is not updated when files are deleted, also for

 

some very unknown reason small amount is also ignored.

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