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jeffrey a dear
defragmenting the tiger...
on Jun 11, 2005 at 9:49:12 pm

I realize there's typically no reason to defragment with OS X. However, when large video files are moved around, deleted, so on and so forth, is there a need to defragment the OS X tiger?

Thanks,

Jeffrey


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Jeff Carpenter
Re: defragmenting the tiger...
on Jun 12, 2005 at 1:26:23 am

You should be putting large files like that on a drive other than your system drive. Sometimes when I can get the drive small enough I copy everything that's left off of it and re-format it by writting zeros to the entire drive. Then I copy whatever I had left back onto it. Sometimes I'm luckyk enough to get all of my jobs done and can just wipe the whole thing.

I don't know if that's something that has to be done, but it's fairly simple so I do it just to be safe.

But in those cases there's no reason to mess with the system drive itself.


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