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  1. You are right, that is definitly the way to go. But the full defrag wont take hours, based on the read/write rate, it will take approximately 53 years to do the 10TB.
  2. Hi nukecad, I tried to defrag just the top 10 files in the procedure above, and it is going much faster than the full defrag. The program is reading and writing at 420 MB/s, where in the full defrag, the program was reading and writing at 6 KB/s. This looks like it is the better way to go.
  3. I tried to defrag just the top 10 files and it is going much faster than a full defrag. It is reading and writing at 420 MB/s rather than 6KB/s that it was doing in the full defrag.
  4. Sorry, but the other thread was so old that I didn't know if anyone would be monitoring it any more, so I reposted here, which was basically the same topic, but a much more recent thread. It seemed that your response was to not use Defraggler to defrag, but to rely on the system to do that, I was hoping that someone has found a way to make Dfraggelr at least as efficient as the system routines so it can be used for what it is advertised to do.
  5. It looks like the best thing to do is periodically copy everything off the disk, reformat it, and then copy everything back on. That will get rid of fragmentation and go 1,000 times faster than defragging.
  6. I am trying to run Defraggler V2.22.995 and it is really slow. Granted I have a large disk. It is a 29TB RAID 0 that is only about a third full. Defraggler says that I have 717 files that are fragmented, with 16,842 fragments, and 43% Fragmentation. After running for 15 hours it is still only 1% finished and it has not even come up with an estimated time to complete. I checked the resource monitor and the program is only reading and writing at around 6 KB/s. At that rate, it will take approximately 52.8 years to defrag the drive. Unfortunately I will be dead by then, but hopefully my grandchildren will be around to see it complete. The disk is capable of reading and writing at about 400MB/s. That is about 66 thousand times faster than the Defraggler program is reading and writing. I have 192Gig of RAM and 2 - 12 core Xeon processors running at 3.2 GHz. I have turned off VSS and the other advanced options that are recommended to speed up defrag, but that did not help. I an running Windows 10 Pro 64bit. Does anybody have any suggestions, because at this rate, it is totally unusable. I see recommendations to let windows built-in optimize and defrag routine do the defragging and optimizing, and only use Defraggler to defrag a couple of the worst fragmented files, but that seems to make Defraggler a rather limited tool.
  7. I am trying to run Defraggler V2.22.995 and it is really slow. Granted I have a large disk. It is a 29TB RAID 0 that is only about a third full. Defraggler says that I have 717 files that are fragmented. After running for 15 hours it is still only 1% finished and it has not even come up with an estimated time to complete. I checked the resource monitor and the program is only reading and writing at around 6 KB/s. At that rate, it will take 52.8 years to defrag the drive. The disk is capable of reading and writing at about 400MB/s. That is about 66 thousand times faster than the program is reading and writing. I have 192Gig of RAM and 2 - 12 core Xeon processors running at 3.2 GHz. I have turned off VSS and the other advanced options that are recommended to speed up defrag, but that did not help. I an running Windows 10 Pro 64bit. Does anybody have any suggestions, because at this rate, it is totally unuseable.
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