Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 19th Aug 2006 00:55 UTC
Linux "It's a question that crops up with depressing regularity: Why don't Linux filesystems need to be defragmented?. Here's my attempt at answering once and for all. Rather than simply stumble through lots of dry technical explanations, I'm opting to consider that an ASCII picture is worth a thousand words." Read the explanatin here. Elsewhere, "Why is Linux Successful?"
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RE[2]: Pointless article
by axeld on Sat 19th Aug 2006 18:04 UTC in reply to "RE: Pointless article"
axeld
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Unfortunately, his article wasn't titled "Why FAT needs to be defragmented more often than other file systems" - I haven't criticized his explanation, but the conclusion he made with the title and in the text as well is just wrong.

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