Re: Why don't Linux drive fragment?
Well I don't know about that 80% stuff. My /boot partition is 18% non-continuous, / patiton is 16% non-continuous, /home 17%... and /boot is 18% full, / is 21% full, /home is 23% full.......... ((the non-continuous "%" are not exact.... from memory... But darn close)) So, maybe it is not doing that grate of a job hu... maybe I need to tweek something or just not care at all? My Box is still way faster then it ever was running Ubuntu.... Vista---well we all know the answer to that one The thing that I don't understand is how did the /boot partition get fragmented I guess it all dosn't matter do to the pre-chaches. I see now why partitoning like everything is a good Idea. That will totally save you from problems caused by fragmentation.
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