On Wednesday 13 January 2010 18:12:51 Freeman wrote:
> A fsck reported a seriously defragged boot partition during a boot check.
> So I tried this:
[snip: all the easy step to fix fragmentation.]
> I can live with 9.2%, but I am open to trying more!
It's probably lying, and the number is actually lower. I think double- and
triply-indirect inodes "confuse" fsck into thinking a file is non-contiguous.
Strictly speaking the file is non-contiguous, but not in a way that matters,
and in they way a file would be written on disk even if it was empty.
So, I wouldn't worry about it.
Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. ,= ,-_-. =.
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