From: Robert Sweetnam (sweetr at domain indigo.ie)
Date: Thu 20 May 1999 - 16:48:25 IST
Its dead simple, Just log in as an account with administrative access and
the setup file, It installs a service as well as the program files and when
ready to run just point it to the drive you want to defrag a la Win95.
Ive tested it by running diskkeeper and having 2 client PC's copying a 450
Mb AVI file to two folders on the same drive being defragged with only a
slight drop in performance, so it appears to pause itself as something
important comes along. I have no problems with it so far, and as for the
performance gain by defragging? I wouldnt even notice it.
----- Original Message -----
From: Paul Curtayne <niche at domain tinet.ie>
To: ILUG <ilug at domain linux.ie>
Sent: Thursday, May 20, 1999 4:09 PM
Subject: [ILUG] OT-NT diskkeeper
> Please reply off-list I suggest :-)
> Has anyone ever had any problems running diskkeeper for NT4
> worstation. I never use NT, and frankly it scares me!
> However, I was asked about defraging sucha beast, I have diskkeper on
> a Magazine disk. Is it totally straightforward? Just install and run?
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