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Is Defraggler napping on the Job?


spyder810

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This is downright ridiculous. Over 30 minutes now to defrag 13GB of data (mostly large files) on a 5TB drive that is currently 54GB full.

 

Drive is USB3, 200MB/s Read, 190MB/s write.

 

I could have moved all 54GB of data off and back onto it in 20 minutes....

 

So what exactly is it doing?

 

11:20 http://i.imgur.com/JMT6DBk.jpg

 

11:30 http://i.imgur.com/BpaTRzZ.jpg

 

11:40 http://i.imgur.com/qdqFvi9.jpg

 

12:00 http://i.imgur.com/2oKdWMF.jpg

 

45 minutes currently remaining....

 

I don't remember this app being awful when first released.

 

Edit: I cancelled it about 20 minutes later and finished the defrag and optimize in under a minute with another defrag tool.

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OS and DF versions?

 

is this the first time you have run DF on the 5TB drive?
how old is the 5TB drive?

 

I seem to recall reading in a past thread about DF not liking drives over 3TB (but it could just have easily been regarding some other program)

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5TB is 2 weeks old nothing wrong with it.

 

I just downloaded the latest Defraggler from the builds page (no install, zip) 2.18.945 x64, latest as far as I can tell.

 

I've been using other defrag tools previously in the last week, and decided to try Defraggler again.

 

The drive is used primarily for raw OBS encodes only ( large 2GB+ video encodes).

 

Edit: OS is Windows 8.1 64 Pro

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so this is the first time you have run DF on this drive?

 

what is your OS?

 

I went through the review history of back versions and discovered this;

  • v2.13.670 (18 Feb 2013)

    - Added Quick Defrag scheduling.
    - Added Fragmentation Threshold to scheduled defrag options.
    - Added option to close Defraggler after defragmentation is complete.
    - Added support for 3TB external drives.
    - Added support for drives with allocation units greater than 4KB.
    - Added support for ReFS file systems.
    - Updated translations.
    - GUI and usability improvements.
    - Minor bug fixes.

So if that was to add 3TB support, maybe 5TB isn't handled very well yet.

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