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Starting Defraggler in debug mode produces a very useful error log that helps us find and fix bugs. It also tells us a few important things about your computer. To start Defraggler in debug mode, do this:

 

1 - If you installed Defraggler in the default location,

  • Press and hold the Start button and press R (opens the Run window)
  • Cut an paste this

 

"C:\Program Files\Defraggler\defraggler.exe" /debug

 

  • Press enter

 

2 - If you installed Defraggler in a custom location,

  • The same as (1), but substitute C:\Program Files\Defraggler for the custom path

 

You should now see [Debug] in the bottom status bar of Defraggler.

 

The error log will be created as soon as you start Defraggler and will be in the same folder as the exe (so almost certainly C:\Program Files\Defraggler). The file will be called 'Defraggler_log[version][date].txt'. PM me for an email address to send it to, or you can post it directly in the forum (if it's not too big).

:)

MrRon

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Is this for anyone wo wants to? Or just if your having problems?? I can't say how much I LOVE this product and I haven't ran into one problem with it yet. Thanks!! I really appreciate the "clean" feel of all your software.

 

Thanks again!

Jonathan

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I've jumped through all the hoops to register and uploaded the log as an attachment, but I'm still not clear on how to get it to you. It's only 20 KB so I'll try here.

The problem *seems* to be that the fragments are too big, but there is 35% free space on the drive, so I'm not sure.

Hope you can tell me what to do about it. Thanks.

Defraggler.exe._1_1_58__2008_02_18_23_21_.txt

Defraggler.exe._1_1_58__2008_02_18_23_21_.txt

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hi, i'm using defraggler for about 2 weeks, but still i can't analyse the drive, it always says analysis failed eventhough i run it as administrator.

 

and this the log..i hope you can tell me how to fix this error because i really love this program.

 

I just downloaded and installed draggler for the first time on a Vista Ultimate box. I received an "Analysis Failed" error both times I ran it (once as normal user and second as "Run As Administrator"... attached is the error log file.

 

Any one have any ideas on what is causing this error?

 

Steve

defraggler.exe._1_1_58__2008_03_15_22_29_.1.txt

defraggler.exe._1_1_58__2008_03_15_22_29_.1.txt

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I, along with some other people, have lost a lot of free space to using Defraggler ( approx. 150 GB / 1 TB on D: and approx. 50 GB / 320 GB on C: ). While this is not a pressing problem for me, it is particularly annoying.

 

I have attached a screenshot clearly showing just how much space is occupied by all the files on D: and how much free/used space is reported by Windows.

 

I would also be quite happy to run more tests and attach debug logs.

 

If anyone out there knows a fix for this, please let me know.

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This happened to me a few times on my Vista laptop, and judging by the screen shot you also have Vista. I couldn't think of any way to remove them other than coping everything useful off of it and reformat the partition. Kind of interesting isn't it that you lost roughly 15% of the capacity on each partition. The partition I had this problem on was about 50GB and it lost roughly 7GB to a temp file I believe Defraggler made, which also is roughly 15% of the drive. All I really know, other than those stats, is that I only lose space when defragging the entire drive, just defragging files doesn't do it.

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Greetings,

 

I have been using Defraggler for several months, absolutely love it, and have recommended it to many friends and family. I've personally run on at least eight machines and it ran flawlessly on ever one, until now. I am trying to run it on a friend's machine and it never goes above 0% or 1% if I try to defrag all the files. If I do just one or a few files at time it will work. But when there are over 1,000 files to defrag it's clearly not possible to do just a few at a time. I just ran the latest attempt in debug mode. It hung at 0% so I first paused it and then stopped it. The results are shown below. Your help in resoving this problem would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

 

Mitch in Yonkers, NY

 

[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.312] 00570 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#615 C:\Program Files\Defraggler\Defraggler.exe[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.312] 00570 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#616 Version: 1_1_73[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.312] 00570 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#624 Computer name: PIACENTE[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.312] 00570 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#633 OEM ID: 0[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.312] 00570 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#634 Number of processors: 1[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.312] 00570 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#635 Page size: 4096[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.312] 00570 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#636 Processor type: 586[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.312] 00570 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#637 Minimum application address: 10000[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.312] 00570 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#638 Maximum application address: 7ffeffff[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.312] 00570 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#639 Active processor mask: 1[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.312] 00570 1 wWinMain#128 /debug[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.328] 00570 1 CDriveListForm::CDriveListForm#33 GetSystemWindowsDirectory returned "C:\WINDOWS" (system volume is C:).[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.328] 00570 1 CMainFrame::CMainFrame#32 Entering CMainFrame::CMainFrame[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.328] 00570 1 CMainFrame::CMainFrame#32 Leaving CMainFrame::CMainFrame[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.328] 00570 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#106 Entering CMainFrame::OnCreate[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.328] 00570 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#142 Creating driveListForm_.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.328] 00570 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#144 Creating driveMapForm_.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.328] 00570 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#146 Creating fileListForm_.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.343] 00570 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#149 Updating layout.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#177 Registering object for message filtering.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#186 Initializing VolumeManager.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CVolumeManagerBase::CVolumeManagerBase#9 Entering CVolumeManagerBase::CVolumeManagerBase[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CVolumeManagerBase::CVolumeManagerBase#9 Leaving CVolumeManagerBase::CVolumeManagerBase[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::CVolumeManager#10 Entering CVolumeManager::CVolumeManager[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::CVolumeManager#10 Leaving CVolumeManager::CVolumeManager[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::Initialize#19 Entering CVolumeManager::Initialize[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize#17 Entering CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize#29 Enabling SE_BACKUP_NAME privilege succeeded.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize#35 Enabling SE_RESTORE_NAME privilege succeeded.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize#17 Leaving CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::Initialize#19 Leaving CVolumeManager::Initialize[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.359] 00570 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#191 Initializing VolumeNavigator.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::RebuildVolumesMap#104 Logical drives mask: 0x00000075, arrival mask: 0xffffffff, removal mask: 0x00000000.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#265 Start update for volume A:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00114 1 CVolume::CVolume#31 CVolume object created for volume A:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#280 Volume: A:, size: 0, free: 0, fs: Unknown, name: "".[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00114 1 CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded#54 Entering CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00114 1 CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded#74 Volume A: is a floppy drive. Change notification not registered.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00114 1 CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded#54 Leaving CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#301 Finish update for bvi A:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#265 Start update for volume C:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00570 1 CDriveMap::CDriveMap#14 Entering CDriveMap::CDriveMap[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00570 1 CDriveMap::CDriveMap#14 Leaving CDriveMap::CDriveMap[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::CVolumeNavigator#9 Entering CVolumeNavigator::CVolumeNavigator[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::CVolumeNavigator#9 Leaving CVolumeNavigator::CVolumeNavigator[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::Initialize#21 Entering CVolumeNavigator::Initialize[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::ConnectToVolumeSignals#107 Connecting to volume A: signals.[2008-05-16] [14:33:38.375] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::Initialize#21 Leaving CVolumeNavigator::Initialize[2008-05-16] [14:33:39.015] 00570 1 CDriveListForm::OnVolumesMapChange#289 Select first volume on list.[2008-05-16] [14:33:39.015] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::SelectVolume#271 New volume selected: A:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:39.031] 00570 1 CFilesListViewImpl::DoSort#145 Sorting 0 elements took 0.0000 seconds[2008-05-16] [14:33:39.093] 00570 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#106 Leaving CMainFrame::OnCreate[2008-05-16] [14:33:39.546] 00114 1 CVolume::CVolume#31 CVolume object created for volume C:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:39.546] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#280 Volume: C:, size: 35827352064, free: 24791994368, fs: NTFS, name: "".[2008-05-16] [14:33:39.546] 00114 1 CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded#54 Entering CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded[2008-05-16] [14:33:39.546] 00114 1 CVolumeManager::ChangeNotificationOwner::ChangeNotificationOwner#47 Registered notification for "C:\", handle: 0x000001dc[2008-05-16] [14:33:39.859] 00114 1 CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded#54 Leaving CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded[2008-05-16] [14:33:39.859] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::ConnectToVolumeSignals#107 Connecting to volume C: signals.[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.062] 00570 1 CDriveListForm::OnVolumesMapChange#280 Select default volume C.[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.062] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::SelectVolume#271 New volume selected: C:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.078] 00570 1 CFilesListViewImpl::DoSort#145 Sorting 0 elements took 0.0000 seconds[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.453] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#301 Finish update for bvi C:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.453] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#265 Start update for volume E:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.453] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::GetBasicVolumeInfo#220 Unsupported drive type 5 for volume E:[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.453] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#301 Finish update for bvi E:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.453] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#265 Start update for volume F:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.453] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::GetBasicVolumeInfo#220 Unsupported drive type 5 for volume F:[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.453] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#301 Finish update for bvi F:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.453] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#265 Start update for volume G:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.484] 00114 1 CVolume::CVolume#31 CVolume object created for volume G:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.484] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#280 Volume: G:, size: 4188086784, free: 1385607168, fs: FAT32, name: "SYSTEM_SAV".[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.484] 00114 1 CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded#54 Entering CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.484] 00114 1 CVolumeManager::ChangeNotificationOwner::ChangeNotificationOwner#47 Registered notification for "G:\", handle: 0x000001e8[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.515] 00114 1 CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded#54 Leaving CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.515] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::ConnectToVolumeSignals#107 Connecting to volume G: signals.[2008-05-16] [14:33:40.593] 00114 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#301 Finish update for bvi G:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:46.562] 00204 1 CVolumeOperationScheduler::ExecuteQueuedMethods#200 ---------------- Long task started ----------------[2008-05-16] [14:33:46.562] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#16 Entering CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume[2008-05-16] [14:33:46.562] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#24 Analysis of volume C: started[2008-05-16] [14:33:46.562] 00204 1 CVolume::Initialize#49 Intialization for volume C: started.[2008-05-16] [14:33:46.859] 00204 1 CVolume::Initialize#82 Volume C: open, handle 0x000001f4.[2008-05-16] [14:33:46.859] 00204 1 IsFatVolume#16 File system type for volume 0x000001f4 is NTFS.[2008-05-16] [14:33:46.859] 00204 1 CVolume::Initialize#94 GetClustersCount for volume C: returned 8746912 clusters.[2008-05-16] [14:33:46.937] 00204 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#226 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 a0 77 85 00 00 00 00 00 ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff [2008-05-16] [14:33:46.937] 00204 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#239 MftZone: <2483424, 2487328).[2008-05-16] [14:33:46.937] 00204 1 CVolume::Initialize#120 Raise VolumeMapChangedSignal for volume C:.[2008-05-16] [14:33:46.937] 00204 1 CVolume::Initialize#124 Intialization for volume C: finished.[2008-05-16] [14:33:47.140] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#57 Volume C: flushed.[2008-05-16] [14:33:47.234] 00204 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#226 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 a0 77 85 00 00 00 00 00 ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff [2008-05-16] [14:33:47.234] 00204 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#239 MftZone: <2483424, 2487328).[2008-05-16] [14:33:47.234] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#73 Initialization finished in 0.672 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:33:47.234] 00570 1 CFilesListViewImpl::DoSort#145 Sorting 0 elements took 0.0000 seconds[2008-05-16] [14:33:47.546] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.11560 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:33:47.656] 00204 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#173 Using GetFileLocation on MFT for volume C.[2008-05-16] [14:33:47.718] 00204 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#210 Reading 4 clusters from lcn 786432. (0, 0, 786432, 4, 4, 0x014d0020, 0x014d0020)[2008-05-16] [14:33:47.781] 00204 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#210 Reading 4092 clusters from lcn 2464857. (0, 4, 2464857, 18592, 18592, 0x014d0020, 0x014d4020)[2008-05-16] [14:33:52.875] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#167 ReadFileRecords for 0/16384 took 5.223 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:33:53.312] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02213 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:33:53.515] 00204 1 CAnalysis::GetFileFragmentsAndSize#339 ERROR: failed to retrieve file size! (err.code() is 2 for file "?H")[2008-05-16] [14:33:53.515] 00204 1 CAnalysis::GetFileFragmentsAndSize#339 ERROR: failed to retrieve file size! (err.code() is 2 for file "?H")[2008-05-16] [14:33:53.515] 00204 1 CAnalysis::GetFileFragmentsAndSize#339 ERROR: failed to retrieve file size! (err.code() is 2 for file "?H")[2008-05-16] [14:33:53.515] 00204 1 CAnalysis::GetFileFragmentsAndSize#339 ERROR: failed to retrieve file size! (err.code() is 2 for file "?H")[2008-05-16] [14:33:54.109] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#283 Processing 16384 items took 1.233 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:33:54.109] 00204 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#173 Using GetFileLocation on MFT for volume C.[2008-05-16] [14:33:54.171] 00204 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#210 Reading 4096 clusters from lcn 2468949. (4096, 4, 2464857, 18592, 18592, 0x014d0020, 0x014d0020)[2008-05-16] [14:33:59.609] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02179 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:33:59.656] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#167 ReadFileRecords for 16385/16384 took 5.548 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:01.593] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#283 Processing 16384 items took 1.927 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:01.593] 00204 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#173 Using GetFileLocation on MFT for volume C.[2008-05-16] [14:34:01.640] 00204 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#210 Reading 4096 clusters from lcn 2473045. (8192, 4, 2464857, 18592, 18592, 0x014d0020, 0x014d0020)[2008-05-16] [14:34:07.218] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#167 ReadFileRecords for 32769/16384 took 5.628 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:08.625] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 5.72683 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:08.718] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#283 Processing 16384 items took 1.502 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:08.718] 00204 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#173 Using GetFileLocation on MFT for volume C.[2008-05-16] [14:34:08.781] 00204 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#210 Reading 4096 clusters from lcn 2477141. (12288, 4, 2464857, 18592, 18592, 0x014d0020, 0x014d0020)[2008-05-16] [14:34:13.875] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#167 ReadFileRecords for 49153/16384 took 5.149 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:14.625] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 5.49297 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:14.906] 00204 1 CVolume::SetSpecialFileFragments#541 Add c:\pagefile.sys, frags: 1.[2008-05-16] [14:34:15.140] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02167 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:15.562] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#283 Processing 16384 items took 1.696 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:15.578] 00204 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#173 Using GetFileLocation on MFT for volume C.[2008-05-16] [14:34:15.609] 00204 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#210 Reading 2212 clusters from lcn 2481237. (16384, 4, 2464857, 18592, 18592, 0x014d0020, 0x014d0020)[2008-05-16] [14:34:19.406] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#167 ReadFileRecords for 65537/8848 took 3.836 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:19.750] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#283 Processing 8848 items took 0.342 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:19.781] 00204 1 FileCollection::AddFragments#233 No fragments for file "$Secure".[2008-05-16] [14:34:19.781] 00204 1 FileCollection::AddFragments#233 No fragments for file "$Quota".[2008-05-16] [14:34:19.781] 00204 1 FileCollection::AddFragments#233 No fragments for file "$ObjId".[2008-05-16] [14:34:19.781] 00204 1 FileCollection::AddFragments#233 No fragments for file "$Reparse".[2008-05-16] [14:34:20.375] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#295 Processed (1404/53144/53147/74384/47835/5232) files.[2008-05-16] [14:34:20.609] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 4.98104 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:20.734] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#84 Analysis of volume C: finished in 33.494 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:20.734] 00204 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#16 Leaving CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume[2008-05-16] [14:34:20.734] 00204 1 CVolumeOperationScheduler::ExecuteQueuedMethods#231 ---------------- Long task finished (time: 34.171s, return code: 0x00000000) ----------------[2008-05-16] [14:34:21.125] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02183 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:29.546] 00204 1 CVolumeOperationScheduler::ExecuteQueuedMethods#200 ---------------- Long task started ----------------[2008-05-16] [14:34:29.546] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::DefragFiles#687 Entering CDefragmentation::DefragFiles(2147483647)[2008-05-16] [14:34:29.546] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::DefragFiles#690 Entering CDefragmentation::DefragFiles[2008-05-16] [14:34:29.843] 00204 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#226 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 a0 77 85 00 00 00 00 00 ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff [2008-05-16] [14:34:29.843] 00204 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#239 MftZone: <2483424, 2487328).[2008-05-16] [14:34:29.875] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02175 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:29.890] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::DefragFiles#720 ReloadMap returned 0x00000000[2008-05-16] [14:34:29.890] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::DefragPath#787 Path: "C:\WINDOWS\I386\XPTHT41D.JP_"[2008-05-16] [14:34:30.000] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::DefragmentFile#885 DefragmentFile for "C:\WINDOWS\I386\XPTHT41D.JP_" entered[2008-05-16] [14:34:30.000] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::DefragmentFile#977 DefragmentFile move file start C:\WINDOWS\I386\XPTHT41D.JP_[2008-05-16] [14:34:30.000] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFileW#1077 MoveFile start 0x208[2008-05-16] [14:34:30.015] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFileTo#1174 MoveFileTo started file:0x208, lcn:36510[2008-05-16] [14:34:36.062] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFileTo#1205 MoveFileTo failed with result=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:34:36.062] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFileW#1118 MoveFile ends for 0x208[2008-05-16] [14:34:36.078] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFileW#1120 MoveFile failed minLcn=36542, maxLcn=8746912, clusters=32; status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:34:36.078] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::PartialDefragmentFile#1392 PartialDefragmentFile start for 0x208[2008-05-16] [14:34:36.312] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02207 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:39.062] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:34:44.921] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5271907, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:34:45.328] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02194 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:47.562] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:34:53.406] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5271924, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:34:53.640] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02167 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:34:56.062] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:35:01.921] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5271941, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:35:02.343] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02228 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:35:04.609] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:35:10.468] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5271958, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:35:13.140] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:35:13.156] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 2.25100 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:35:19.031] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5271975, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:35:21.640] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:35:22.171] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02398 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:35:27.515] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5271992, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:35:30.203] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:35:30.734] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02356 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:35:36.062] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272009, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:35:38.703] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:35:39.234] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02236 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:35:44.578] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272026, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:35:47.187] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:35:47.718] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02214 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:35:53.093] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272043, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:35:55.765] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:35:56.281] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02351 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:36:01.625] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272060, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:36:04.328] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:36:04.843] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02222 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:36:10.218] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272077, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:36:12.484] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:36:13.015] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02333 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:36:18.343] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272094, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:36:21.031] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:36:21.546] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02410 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:36:26.906] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272111, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:36:29.937] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:36:30.484] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02204 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:36:35.843] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272128, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:36:38.640] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:36:39.671] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02704 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:36:44.515] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272145, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:36:47.609] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:36:53.953] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272162, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:36:59.390] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02186 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:37:02.843] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:37:08.859] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272179, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:37:13.218] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:37:14.046] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02169 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:37:19.406] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272196, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:37:19.890] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.02185 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:37:26.593] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:37:32.640] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272213, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:37:37.484] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.08646 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:37:38.187] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1678 Warning it->Vcn != it->LcnCount (16, 9)[2008-05-16] [14:37:44.046] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::MoveFragmentsTo#1710 MoveFragmentsTo failed 5272230, 0, 32, status=0x80070017[2008-05-16] [14:37:44.296] 00570 1 CVolumeOperationScheduler::Pause#95 Pausing execution of worker thread.[2008-05-16] [14:37:48.015] 00e30 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 3.37806 seconds.[2008-05-16] [14:37:52.937] 00570 1 CVolumeOperationScheduler::Abort#68 Aborting execution of worker thread.[2008-05-16] [14:37:52.937] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::PartialDefragmentFile#1413 Aborting...[2008-05-16] [14:37:52.937] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::DefragmentFile#1000 DefragmentFile end C:\WINDOWS\I386\XPTHT41D.JP_; STATUS = 0x80004004[2008-05-16] [14:37:53.015] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::DefragmentFile#1058 Aborting...[2008-05-16] [14:37:53.015] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::DefragFiles#774 DefragFiles finished with status: 0x00000000. Defragmented: 0, Failed: 0.[2008-05-16] [14:37:53.015] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::DefragFiles#690 Leaving CDefragmentation::DefragFiles[2008-05-16] [14:37:53.015] 00204 1 CDefragmentation::DefragFiles#688 Leaving CDefragmentation::DefragFiles[2008-05-16] [14:37:53.015] 00204 1 CVolumeOperationScheduler::ExecuteQueuedMethods#231 ---------------- Long task finished (time: 203.461s, return code: 0x00000000) ----------------[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.562] 00570 1 CMainFrame::OnDestroy#259 Entering CMainFrame::OnDestroy[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.562] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::Shutdown#72 Entering CVolumeNavigator::Shutdown[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.671] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::Shutdown#72 Leaving CVolumeNavigator::Shutdown[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.671] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::Shutdown#35 Entering CVolumeManager::Shutdown[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.671] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::ChangeNotificationOwner::~ChangeNotificationOwner#57 Unregistered notification for handle: 0x000001e8[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.671] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::ChangeNotificationOwner::~ChangeNotificationOwner#57 Unregistered notification for handle: 0x000001dc[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.953] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::Shutdown#35 Leaving CVolumeManager::Shutdown[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.953] 00570 1 CMainFrame::OnDestroy#259 Leaving CMainFrame::OnDestroy[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CMainFrame::~CMainFrame#37 Entering CMainFrame::~CMainFrame[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CMainFrame::~CMainFrame#37 Leaving CMainFrame::~CMainFrame[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::~CVolumeNavigator#15 Entering CVolumeNavigator::~CVolumeNavigator[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::Shutdown#72 Entering CVolumeNavigator::Shutdown[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::Shutdown#72 Leaving CVolumeNavigator::Shutdown[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolumeNavigator::~CVolumeNavigator#15 Leaving CVolumeNavigator::~CVolumeNavigator[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CDriveMap::~CDriveMap#24 Entering CDriveMap::~CDriveMap[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CDriveMap::~CDriveMap#24 Leaving CDriveMap::~CDriveMap[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::~CVolumeManager#14 Entering CVolumeManager::~CVolumeManager[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::Shutdown#35 Entering CVolumeManager::Shutdown[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::Shutdown#35 Leaving CVolumeManager::Shutdown[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolumeManager::~CVolumeManager#14 Leaving CVolumeManager::~CVolumeManager[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolumeManagerBase::~CVolumeManagerBase#13 Entering CVolumeManagerBase::~CVolumeManagerBase[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolumeManagerBase::~CVolumeManagerBase#13 Leaving CVolumeManagerBase::~CVolumeManagerBase[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolume::~CVolume#37 CVolume object destroyed for volume G:.[2008-05-16] [14:37:57.968] 00570 1 CVolume::~CVolume#37 CVolume object destroyed for volume C:.[2008-05-16] [14:37:58.750] 00570 1 CVolume::~CVolume#37 CVolume object destroyed for volume A:.[2008-05-16] [14:37:58.812] 00570 0 z:\BUILD_TEMP_DF\tagged_build_src\src\DefragglerLib\Public\Common/HostLogger.h#303 Logger stopped.

 

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Hello everyone :-))

 

I have been using CCleaner for long time now ..... and also defraggler has become a MUST !!!

 

With XP in all souces is fine .... but in Vista SP1 either 32 or 64 is not ... keeps failing all the time........ but strange is the defragging of free space does not fail so far, not sure wheter is important but who knows

 

Attaching the debug which is identical to others ......

Defraggler.exe._1_1_73__2008_05_30_18_00_.txt

Defraggler.exe._1_1_73__2008_05_30_18_00_.txt

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Starting Defraggler in debug mode produces a very useful error log that helps us find and fix bugs. It also tells us a few important things about your computer. To start Defraggler in debug mode, do this:

 

1 - If you installed Defraggler in the default location,

  • Press and hold the Start button and press R (opens the Run window)

  • Cut an paste this

 

 

"C:\Program Files\Defraggler\defraggler.exe" /debug

 

  • Press enter

 

2 - If you installed Defraggler in a custom location,

  • The same as (1), but substitute C:\Program Files\Defraggler for the custom path

 

You should now see [Debug] in the bottom status bar of Defraggler.

 

The error log will be created as soon as you start Defraggler and will be in the same folder as the exe (so almost certainly C:\Program Files\Defraggler). The file will be called 'Defraggler_log[version][date].txt'. PM me for an email address to send it to, or you can post it directly in the forum (if it's not too big).

:)

MrRon

 

I have attached the log file from the debug mode.

defraggler.exe._1_2_78__2008_07_09_15_39_.txt

defraggler.exe._1_2_78__2008_07_09_15_39_.txt

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Just thought I would pass on this bug report to the software developers. This is the first time I have come across Defraggler having problems with C:\$MFT.

 

The Acer laptop (Windows XP PRO SP3) goes all the way to 100% complete but remains there for a long time with not much in the way of hard drive activity. The laptop has Defragger V1.02.078(Beta) installed.

 

Cheers,

 

Robert

Defraggler.exe._1_2_78__2008_07_19_22_46_.txt

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The same, for TOSHIBA laptop (Windows XP PRO SP3) goes all the way to 100% complete remains there for a long time... Defraggler is 1.02.078 RC2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Yep, this DEBUG mode is indeed useful because when looking at the map in Defraggler I do get the impression the program doesn't always defrags ALL the the free space.

 

There are two "Defrag freespace" options.

1) "Defrag free space".

2) "Defrag free space (allow fragmentation)".

 

Option 1) defrags the drive WITH (some) additional defragmentation of files. And I do get the impression that it also skips files. Or are these files which are write protected, hidden, system files by the WINDOWS system and therefore skipped by DEFRAGGLE ?

This becomes apparent when after one manually defrags individual files. By looking at the map, one can make a guess where defragged files will be placed but sometimes the program seems to have a different opinion and places the files in a different spot.

 

I have added a logfile containing the following actions:

1. "Defrag freespace".

2. "Defrag freespace (allow fragmentation)".

3. Defragged a number of individual files.

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I, along with some other people, have lost a lot of free space to using Defraggler ( approx. 150 GB / 1 TB on D: and approx. 50 GB / 320 GB on C: ). While this is not a pressing problem for me, it is particularly annoying.

 

I have attached a screenshot clearly showing just how much space is occupied by all the files on D: and how much free/used space is reported by Windows.

 

I would also be quite happy to run more tests and attach debug logs.

 

If anyone out there knows a fix for this, please let me know.

 

Is the loss of free space due to the fact that you have indexed that drive ??

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Is the loss of free space due to the fact that you have indexed that drive ??

Hi Willy2,

Welcome :D

The problem at the time was Defraggler seemed to have a few bugs and would tie space within System Restore files. I don't know for sure that this problem is completely fixed or not.

What are your thoughts ?

 

:) davey Another "Defraggler" user!!!

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This is a follow up on post #18 of this thread.

 

Below in the attachment a zipped file containing a picture which makes it clear what went wrong with the "Defrag free space" options. During execution of one (or both) option(s) some (a lot of (??)) files are skipped. Perhaps these files are designated Hidden, System or Write Protected by Windows XP and therefore skipped by Defraggler ?

 

After I used one (or both) "Defrag free space" option(s), I manually defragged one particular file (in dark blue in the picture). It's clear there's a empty gap right in front of that file. And that is proof files are skipped by "Defrag free space".

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defraggler.exe._1_2_85__2008_09_13_17_29_.txt

Starting Defraggler in debug mode produces a very useful error log that helps us find and fix bugs. It also tells us a few important things about your computer. To start Defraggler in debug mode, do this:

 

1 - If you installed Defraggler in the default location,

  • Press and hold the Start button and press R (opens the Run window)
  • Cut an paste this

"C:\Program Files\Defraggler\defraggler.exe" /debug

  • Press enter

2 - If you installed Defraggler in a custom location,

  • The same as (1), but substitute C:\Program Files\Defraggler for the custom path

You should now see [Debug] in the bottom status bar of Defraggler.

 

The error log will be created as soon as you start Defraggler and will be in the same folder as the exe (so almost certainly C:\Program Files\Defraggler). The file will be called 'Defraggler_log[version][date].txt'. PM me for an email address to send it to, or you can post it directly in the forum (if it's not too big).

:)

MrRon

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I came across something weird. I think I have further proof that the option(s) "Defrag freespace" must be recoded/re-programmed.

 

The following happened:

Before I used the option "Defrag freespace" (without "allow fragmentation" !!) I had no fragmented files on my drive, but after I used this option I had three (!!) defragmented files.

 

Then I manually defragmented these three files. Two files were defragmented without any strange behaviour. But the third file showed some weird behaviour. It was moved from spot X to a place with plenty free space and was defragmented. But apparently the program was satisfied and - according to the drivemap - moved the file back to that very same spot X, this time the filelist said that it was defragmented. It probably wasn't the very same spot were it was "pulled" from but it certainly looked like it.

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