fred at bsdhost.net
Thu Aug 28 01:57:43 UTC 2008
Maybe it is because FAT filesystem wasn't well designed from the
beginning and defrag was a workaround to solve performances problems.
On Aug 27, 2008, at 5:29 PM, prad wrote:
> something that has puzzled me for years (but i've never got around to
> asking) is how does *nix get away without regular defrag as with
> fsck is equivalent to scandisk, right?
> so when you delete files and start getting 'holes', how does *nix deal
> with it?
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