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On my second partition (172 GB, 50% full) I have about 60 GB of mp3s (=small files). While Defraggler 1.02 wasn't exactly fast in defragmenting these files, it did a reasonably good job. 1.03, on the other hand, is drastically slower. A single mp3 file is processed for 20 or more seconds, and during defragmentation of these files, HDD hardly even blinks (you can't even tell, that defragmentation is in progress!). The result is, that, while 1.02 defragmented that particular drive in about 30 minutes, 1.03 takes 3 hours and more.

 

I apologize if this problem was already mentioned in this forum.

 

Help would be appreciated.

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On my second partition (172 GB, 50% full) I have about 60 GB of mp3s (=small files). While Defraggler 1.02 wasn't exactly fast in defragmenting these files, it did a reasonably good job. 1.03, on the other hand, is drastically slower. A single mp3 file is processed for 20 or more seconds, and during defragmentation of these files, HDD hardly even blinks (you can't even tell, that defragmentation is in progress!). The result is, that, while 1.02 defragmented that particular drive in about 30 minutes, 1.03 takes 3 hours and more.

 

I apologize if this problem was already mentioned in this forum.

 

Help would be appreciated.

 

I have noticed the same behavior.

The new Version seems to be much much slower defragging my Drives.

 

Thats using Defraggler on Windows XP SP3

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Also for me , compared to 1.02 , v1.03 is slow. Heatsink inside my laptop (xpsp3 intel centrino 1.8ghz 2gb-ram) goes like a boeing 777! :-)

But data on my disks was never going losed also on the workstation (vista x64 i8500 4gb-ram sata raid0) where the speed difference is not so high.

But always data at the end of disk and free spaces inside data.

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Help would be appreciated.
I have noticed the same behavior.

The new Version seems to be much much slower defragging my Drives.

Thats using Defraggler on Windows XP SP3

Also for me , compared to 1.02 , v1.03 is slow.
Same here, more then 2X it seems.

Re-installed previous version.

Using WinXP-SP3, NTFS.

I have the same problem :(

Thanks for your input.

Can you follow the instructions at this link.

It will help find what is causing your problem.

http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=12840

 

Thanks,

davey

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[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.812] 00af8 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogApplicationInfo#615 C:\Program Files\Defraggler\defraggler.exe
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.812] 00af8 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogApplicationInfo#617 CmdLine: "C:\Program Files\Defraggler\defraggler.exe" /debug
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[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.812] 00af8 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#704 SPMajor: 0x0003, SPMinor: 0x0000, CSDVersion: "Service Pack 3"
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.812] 00af8 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#705 SuiteMask: 0x00000100, ProductType: 0x00000001
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.812] 00af8 0 Logger::HostLogger::LogSystemInfo#717 Memory: Load: 20, Physical: 1701924864/2146938880, PageFile: 3816947712/4133335040, Virtual: 2114019328/2147352576, Extended 0
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.812] 00af8 1 wWinMain#135 /debug
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.843] 00af8 1 CDriveListForm::CDriveListForm#37 GetSystemWindowsDirectory returned "C:\WINDOWS" (system volume is C:).
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.843] 00af8 1 CMainFrame::CMainFrame#104 Entering CMainFrame::CMainFrame
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.843] 00af8 1 PersistentSettings<class CConfigStoragePolicy>::VariableWrapper<int>::DoDataExchange#135 RegistryDataExchangeEx(0) for UpdateCheck failed (hr=0x80070002).
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.843] 00af8 1 PersistentSettings<class CConfigStoragePolicy>::VariableWrapper<class ATL::CStringT<wchar_t,class ATL::StrTraitATL<wchar_t,class ATL::ChTraitsCRT<wchar_t> > > >::DoDataExchange#135 RegistryDataExchangeEx(0) for UpdateKey failed (hr=0x80070002).
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.843] 00af8 1 PersistentSettings<class CConfigStoragePolicy>::VariableWrapper<int>::DoDataExchange#135 RegistryDataExchangeEx(0) for UpdateFrequency failed (hr=0x80070002).
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.843] 00af8 1 PersistentSettings<class CConfigStoragePolicy>::VariableWrapper<int>::DoDataExchange#135 RegistryDataExchangeEx(0) for Language failed (hr=0x800700ea).
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.875] 00af8 1 CMainFrame::CMainFrame#104 Leaving CMainFrame::CMainFrame
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.875] 00af8 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#369 Entering CMainFrame::OnCreate
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.875] 00af8 1 PersistentSettings<class CConfigStoragePolicy>::VariableWrapper<int>::DoDataExchange#135 RegistryDataExchangeEx(0) for MainWindowTopSplitterProportionalPos failed (hr=0x80070002).
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.875] 00af8 1 PersistentSettings<class CConfigStoragePolicy>::VariableWrapper<int>::DoDataExchange#135 RegistryDataExchangeEx(0) for MainWindowBottomSplitterProportionalPos failed (hr=0x80070002).
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.875] 00af8 1 CMainFrame::CreateChildWindows#238 Creating driveListForm_.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.875] 00af8 1 CMainFrame::CreateChildWindows#240 Creating driveMapForm_.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.875] 00af8 1 CMainFrame::CreateChildWindows#242 Creating fileListForm_.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.906] 00af8 1 CMainFrame::PrepareLayout#269 Updating layout.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00af8 1 CCheckForUpdates::CheckForUpdates#36 Checking for updates
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00af8 1 CCheckForUpdates::CheckForUpdates#48 Update check is needed
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00af8 1 CCheckForUpdates::CheckForUpdates#57 Forcing update check
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00e50 1 CCheckForUpdates::CheckThread#68 Update check thread started
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00af8 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#403 Registering object for message filtering.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00af8 1 CMainFrame::Initialize#292 Initializing VolumeManager.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00af8 1 CVolumeManagerBase::CVolumeManagerBase#10 Entering CVolumeManagerBase::CVolumeManagerBase
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00af8 1 CVolumeManagerBase::CVolumeManagerBase#10 Leaving CVolumeManagerBase::CVolumeManagerBase
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00af8 1 CVolumeManager::CVolumeManager#10 Entering CVolumeManager::CVolumeManager
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00af8 1 CVolumeManager::CVolumeManager#10 Leaving CVolumeManager::CVolumeManager
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00af8 1 CVolumeManager::Initialize#19 Entering CVolumeManager::Initialize
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.921] 00af8 1 CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize#18 Entering CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.937] 00af8 1 CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize#28 Enabling SE_BACKUP_NAME privilege succeeded.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.937] 00af8 1 CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize#34 Enabling SE_RESTORE_NAME privilege succeeded.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.937] 00af8 1 CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize#18 Leaving CVolumeManagerBase::Initialize
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.937] 00af8 1 CVolumeManager::Initialize#19 Leaving CVolumeManager::Initialize
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.937] 00af8 1 CMainFrame::Initialize#297 Initializing VolumeNavigator.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.937] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::RebuildVolumesMap#103 Logical drives mask: 0x0000007c, arrival mask: 0xffffffff, removal mask: 0x00000000.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.937] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#262 Start update for volume C:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.937] 00af8 1 CDriveMap::CDriveMap#14 Entering CDriveMap::CDriveMap
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.937] 00af8 1 CDriveMap::CDriveMap#14 Leaving CDriveMap::CDriveMap
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.953] 00af8 1 CVolumeNavigator::CVolumeNavigator#9 Entering CVolumeNavigator::CVolumeNavigator
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.953] 00af8 1 CVolumeNavigator::CVolumeNavigator#9 Leaving CVolumeNavigator::CVolumeNavigator
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.953] 00af8 1 CVolumeNavigator::Initialize#23 Entering CVolumeNavigator::Initialize
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.968] 00af8 1 CVolumeNavigator::Initialize#23 Leaving CVolumeNavigator::Initialize
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.968] 00af8 1 CDriveListForm::OnVolumesMapChange#397 Select first volume on list.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:06.968] 00af8 1 CFilesListViewImpl::DoSort#263 Sorting 0 elements took 0.0000 seconds
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.015] 0091c 1 CVolume::CVolume#31 CVolume object created for volume C:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.015] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#277 Volume: C:, size: 64428585984, free: 37810597888, fs: NTFS, name: "".
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.015] 0091c 1 CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded#56 Entering CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.015] 0091c 1 CVolumeManager::ChangeNotificationOwner::ChangeNotificationOwner#47 Registered notification for "C:\", handle: 0x000001b8
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.171] 00af8 1 CMainFrame::OnCreate#369 Leaving CMainFrame::OnCreate
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.203] 0091c 1 CVolume::Initialize#49 Intialization for volume C: started.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.250] 0091c 1 CVolume::Initialize#82 Volume C: open, handle 0x000002a0.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.296] 0091c 1 IsFatVolume#16 File system type for volume 0x000002a0 is NTFS.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.328] 0091c 1 CVolume::Initialize#94 GetClustersCount for volume C: returned 15729635 clusters.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.453] 0091c 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#226 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 e3 03 f0 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 
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.453] 0091c 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#239 MftZone: <7865760, 9821920).
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.453] 0091c 1 CVolume::Initialize#120 Raise VolumeMapChangedSignal for volume C:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.453] 0091c 1 CVolume::Initialize#124 Intialization for volume C: finished.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.453] 0091c 1 CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded#56 Leaving CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.453] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#298 Finish update for bvi C:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.453] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#262 Start update for volume D:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.453] 00af8 1 CVolumeNavigator::ConnectToVolumeSignals#110 Connecting to volume C: signals.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.515] 0091c 1 CVolume::CVolume#31 CVolume object created for volume D:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.515] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#277 Volume: D:, size: 185628085760, free: 92751474688, fs: NTFS, name: "My Documents".
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.515] 0091c 1 CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded#56 Entering CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.515] 0091c 1 CVolumeManager::ChangeNotificationOwner::ChangeNotificationOwner#47 Registered notification for "D:\", handle: 0x00000318
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.546] 00af8 1 CDriveListForm::OnVolumesMapChange#388 Select default volume C.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.578] 0091c 1 CVolume::Initialize#49 Intialization for volume D: started.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.593] 0091c 1 CVolume::Initialize#82 Volume D: open, handle 0x00000314.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.593] 0091c 1 IsFatVolume#16 File system type for volume 0x00000314 is NTFS.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.625] 0091c 1 CVolume::Initialize#94 GetClustersCount for volume D: returned 45319356 clusters.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:07.781] 00e50 1 CCheckForUpdates::CheckThread#131 CheckForUpdate succeeded. (isUpdateAvailable: 0, newVersion: "1.03.093")
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.062] 0091c 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#226 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 bc 84 b3 02 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 
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.062] 0091c 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#239 MftZone: <24837472, 30494848).
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolume::Initialize#120 Raise VolumeMapChangedSignal for volume D:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolume::Initialize#124 Intialization for volume D: finished.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded#56 Leaving CVolumeManager::OnVolumeAdded
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#298 Finish update for bvi D:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#262 Start update for volume E:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 00af8 1 CVolumeNavigator::SelectVolume#271 New volume selected: C:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::GetBasicVolumeInfo#217 Unsupported drive type 5 for volume E:
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#298 Finish update for bvi E:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#262 Start update for volume F:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::GetBasicVolumeInfo#217 Unsupported drive type 5 for volume F:
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#298 Finish update for bvi F:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#262 Start update for volume G:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::GetBasicVolumeInfo#217 Unsupported drive type 5 for volume G:
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 0091c 1 CVolumeManagerBase::UpdateVolume#298 Finish update for bvi G:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.078] 00af8 1 CFilesListViewImpl::DoSort#263 Sorting 0 elements took 0.0000 seconds
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.093] 00af8 1 FindResourceNameFromOrdinal::FindResourceIdFromOrdinal::BeginSearching#73 EnumResourceNames failed (hr=0x00000000)
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.093] 00af8 1 CVolumeNavigator::ConnectToVolumeSignals#110 Connecting to volume D: signals.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:08.156] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.07349 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:21.453] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.12057 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:45.937] 00af8 1 CVolumeNavigator::SelectVolume#271 New volume selected: D:.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:45.937] 00af8 1 CFilesListViewImpl::DoSort#263 Sorting 0 elements took 0.0000 seconds
[2008-10-04] [21:56:45.937] 00af8 1 FindResourceNameFromOrdinal::FindResourceIdFromOrdinal::BeginSearching#73 EnumResourceNames failed (hr=0x00000000)
[2008-10-04] [21:56:46.171] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.23351 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:47.984] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.32769 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:48.125] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15235 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:48.281] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15165 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:48.750] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15358 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:48.906] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15210 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:49.062] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15196 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:49.203] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15135 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:49.828] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.20381 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:50.015] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.18284 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:50.171] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15321 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:50.312] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15130 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:51.578] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.26251 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:51.718] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15157 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:52.156] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15391 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:52.312] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.17011 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:52.484] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.16482 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:52.640] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15149 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:52.796] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15344 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:52.937] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15201 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:53.093] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15262 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:53.250] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15144 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:53.390] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15167 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.234] 00c80 1 CVolumeOperationScheduler::ExecuteQueuedMethods#201 ---------------- Long task started ----------------
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.234] 00c80 1 CDefragmentation::DefragVolumeSinglePass#14 Entering CDefragmentation::DefragVolumeSinglePass
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.234] 00c80 1 CDefragmentation::DefragVolumeSinglePass#21 DefragFreeSpaceFast started for volume D:
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.234] 00c80 1 Wow64FsRedirectorDisabler::Acquire#38 Wow64DisableWow64FsRedirection skipped.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.234] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#17 Entering CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.234] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#25 Analysis of volume D: started
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.234] 00c80 1 Wow64FsRedirectorDisabler::Acquire#38 Wow64DisableWow64FsRedirection skipped.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.312] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#60 Volume D: flushed.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.437] 00c80 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#226 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 bc 84 b3 02 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 
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.437] 00c80 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#239 MftZone: <24837472, 30494848).
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.453] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#76 Initialization finished in 0.212 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.453] 00af8 1 CFilesListViewImpl::DoSort#263 Sorting 0 elements took 0.0000 seconds
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.515] 00c80 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#153 Using MFT record data runs for volume D.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.593] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15229 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.812] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#170 ReadFileRecords for 0/16384 took 0.293 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.875] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#286 Processing 16384 items took 0.065 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:56.875] 00c80 1 CNtfs::ReadMftVcn#153 Using MFT record data runs for volume D.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.125] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#170 ReadFileRecords for 16385/13952 took 0.252 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.156] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::GetFileFragmentsAndSize#342 ERROR: failed to retrieve file size! (err.code() is 2 for file "?L")
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.156] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::GetFileFragmentsAndSize#342 ERROR: failed to retrieve file size! (err.code() is 2 for file "?L")
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.156] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::GetFileFragmentsAndSize#342 ERROR: failed to retrieve file size! (err.code() is 2 for file "?L")
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.156] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::GetFileFragmentsAndSize#342 ERROR: failed to retrieve file size! (err.code() is 2 for file "?L")
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.390] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#286 Processing 13952 items took 0.265 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.500] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.19313 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.546] 00c80 1 FileCollection::AddFragments#233 No fragments for file "$Secure".
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.546] 00c80 1 FileCollection::AddFragments#233 No fragments for file "$Quota".
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.546] 00c80 1 FileCollection::AddFragments#233 No fragments for file "$ObjId".
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.546] 00c80 1 FileCollection::AddFragments#233 No fragments for file "$Reparse".
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.609] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeNtfsVolume#298 Processed (2/29768/29776/30336/26205/3560) files.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.656] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#87 Analysis of volume D: finished in 1.208 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.656] 00c80 1 Wow64FsRedirectorDisabler::Release#59 Wow64RevertWow64FsRedirection skipped.
[2008-10-04] [21:56:57.656] 00c80 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#17 Leaving CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume
[2008-10-04] [21:56:58.156] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15703 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:57:02.937] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.22850 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:57:03.250] 00c80 1 DefragVolumeSinglePassHelper::LayFileAt#627 MoveFileRegionWithMarking for file "D:\My Music\Body Count\(1994) Born Dead\12 - Body Count - Born Dead.mp3" to 17019556, 0, 8192 finished (hr=0x80070026). Destination block is not free.
[2008-10-04] [21:57:03.906] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15530 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:57:06.062] 00c80 1 DefragVolumeSinglePassHelper::LayFileAt#627 MoveFileRegionWithMarking for file "D:\My Music\Eagles - The Complete Greatest Hits\Disc 2\04 - Eagles - The Last Resort.mp3" to 17023071, 0, 4677 finished (hr=0x80070026). Destination block is not free.
[2008-10-04] [21:57:06.484] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.15347 seconds.
[2008-10-04] [21:57:08.359] 00c80 1 DefragVolumeSinglePassHelper::LayFileAt#627 MoveFileRegionWithMarking for file "D:\My Music\Bon Jovi\(1994) Cross Road\06 - Bon Jovi - Lay Your Hands On Me.mp3" to 17026576, 0, 1172 finished (hr=0x00000000). Destination block is not free.
[2008-10-04] [21:57:08.890] 00c8c 1 CVolume::UpdateDriveMap#317 Map generated in 0.22890 seconds.

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Same for me, v1.03 took 2 days for an 56GB (half full) partition and didn?t get it finished - 1.02 finished the job in a few minutes.

 

I made my bugreport in the debug-thread!

 

p.s.: @thejack: looks like your errors are same than mine "failed to retrieve file size!" and "Destination block is not free."

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Very slow for me also.

Windows XP SP3

Changed back to v1.02.085

 

October 09

 

I forgot to mention that v1.03

raises the CPU usage to 80% +-

 

v1.02 CPU usage is 17% +-

 

Thank you for all of your hard work

and fine products.

 

John

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I'm using v1.03 and I've installed this version on two computers. The first one takes a very long time to defrag (HD capacity: 146 GB) while the second computer takes normal time (HD: 25 GB).

 

I hope you'll find the bug / reason for this behaviour soon. :rolleyes:

 

System: XP SP3 and all updates installed

 

//EDIT: I've added the debug file

Defraggler.exe._1_3_93__2008_10_06_18_45_.zip

Defraggler.exe._1_3_93__2008_10_06_18_45_.zip

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Just updated from 1.03.093 to 1.03.094 and I find 104 to be slower than 103. Its so slow you can read the names of the files being worked on.

Today i had 328 fragmented files (603.1mb). 1686 total fragments and defragler took over 55 minutes. with 103 defrag was done in a much shorter time.

I have an 80gb drive with 63gb free.

I understand 55 minutes is not excessive but it is alot more time than Defraggler was taking before.

Os is win XP pro with a 2.80Ghz Pentium 4 processor.

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I forgot to mention that v1.03

raises the CPU usage to 80% +-

 

v1.02 CPU usage is 17% +-

 

Thank you for all of your hard work

and fine products.

 

John

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I just upgraded from a beta version (.9.???) that ran fine on my 200gb drive (XP). If I had minimal fragmentation, it would run VERY fast. For example, when I defragged after a few hours of another defrag, I might have a hundred files with, say, 500 fragments. In that case, it might take less than a minute to defrag the files after "Analysis." The same circumstance now takes HOURS. Even after I analyze the drive before defragging, ".094" seems to go through every directory on the drive.

 

I have looked for a setting to tweak without success. Is this a known issue? I see that others are running more slowly than under earlier non-beta versions. But I don't have a sense of whether the underlying structure of Version 1.03 has changed so much since Version .9 to know whether to expect a loss of speed of the magnitude I have experienced. If so, I may abandon Defraggler for a speedier tool. It has gone from my fastest defragging tool to my slowest.

 

I look forward to good news.... :D

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No thanks, it's all fixed :)

 

...Good news indeed, for those for whom 1.03.094 was slow [thanks due to MrRon &Piriform].

 

I am intrigued, though, that that version only appears to have been slow for some people [possibly a minority?] and not for others. I for one used this version on both a Pentium 4 machine with XP SP2 and a mere 40G disk, and an Athlon 64 x2 with Vista Home Premium and twin 280GB disks and found it to be just as fast as before, if not more so on both machines.

 

So, now that a fix has been found, the problem must have been identified; was it something that can be explained on the forum [please] for the more technically curious amongst us ? ;)

 

-thm

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