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Old 8th October, 2013, 05:44 PM
Aedan Aedan is offline
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Originally Posted by TrevorS View Post
Thanks, great info, much appreciated ! I've done one defrag on my new core system SSD -- just as I normally do following a fresh install. Now I know not to defrag again for any reason any SSD. Not only is there no advantage, but it's indeed damaging.
I managed to kill a compact flash card by running OpenBSD from it. It lasted 6 months before the log files toasted it.

On my Ubuntu linux box, I'm sitting at about 1% fragmentation with the disk 70% full.
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