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1  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Questions and help / Re: Thanks for the MoveToEndOfDisk on: March 02, 2010, 12:22:50 am
I only use it to get Large files (old backups and such) that will likely never be accessed again unless the sky really starts falling. 

In your "Improvements" would it be possable to sort the files as they are moved and fill in around unmovable files.

thanks.
2  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Questions and help / Thanks for the MoveToEndOfDisk on: February 24, 2010, 12:05:38 am
The bug in the 3.36 has been kind of annoying but with the addition of MoveToEndOfDisk it looks like I'll finally be able to move to the 4.x series. 

Thanks for the great work.
3  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Questions and help / Re: Question re: defragging multiple drives at once on: November 28, 2009, 01:09:21 am
I would think you would get very different answers from hard drives that have ncq then the ones that don't.
4  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Bugs and problems / Small oversite? on: July 20, 2009, 06:17:54 pm
May want to update the image on the MyDefrag home screen to be 4.0 and not the 4.0b3 image.
5  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Scripts, and other contributions / Re: Sort not Sorting. on: July 17, 2009, 08:13:36 pm
Ok, Well, I really really want the files to be at the end of the disk.  It would be great if they were sorted so I know which ones would be the best to move around when I needed to. 

I guess I'll keep things the way they are and take a look at your new versions when they come down the pipe.

Thanks anyway.
6  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Scripts, and other contributions / Re: Sort not Sorting. on: July 17, 2009, 01:02:12 am
I'll try that but then I'm unsure how the files will be pushed to the end of the disk.  is it just because it's the last zone?
7  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Questions and help / Congratulations are in order on: July 16, 2009, 07:51:17 pm
Congratulations are in order for Version 4.0.

8  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Scripts, and other contributions / Re: Sort not Sorting. on: July 16, 2009, 07:45:47 pm
Duh....
I was told (by you I think) that, thats the 'trick' to get it to back fill from the end of the disk. 
If that trick dosen't work (ie it will not allow the sorting to work) do you have a different one?

Or are we waiting for 4.x?
9  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Scripts, and other contributions / Re: Sort not Sorting. on: July 16, 2009, 07:36:40 pm
Ok, I did this to the last two zones.


  FileSelect
    all
    and not (FullPath("C:\SavedZeros\*"))
  FileActions
    Defragment()
    FastFill()
    AddGap(PercentageOfVolume(100) DoNotVacate)
  FileEnd

  FileSelect
    FullPath("C:\SavedZeros\*")
  FileActions
    SortByName(Descending)
//    FastFill()
    AddGap(UntilMegabytes(1024))
  FileEnd



It didn't work.  could the AddGap(PercentageOfVolume(100) DoNotVacate) be interfearing some how?

It really looked like it did nothing on zone 6 (the last one)


I found the log file it said this

13:33:35   Zone 5 of 6
13:33:35     Looking for: C:\SavedZeros\*
13:33:35     Defragment
13:33:35     FastFill
13:33:36     Vacating free area
13:33:36   Zone 6 of 6
13:33:36     Looking for: C:\SavedZeros\*
13:33:36     SortBy
13:33:37             Insufficient free space on disk for moving: C:\SavedZeros\ZERO0070.TMP
13:33:37     Vacating free area
13:33:38   Zone 6 of 6
13:33:38 Finished with disk C:
10  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Scripts, and other contributions / Re: Sort not Sorting. on: July 16, 2009, 06:48:04 pm
Hummm. Just to confirm I understand you.

That would mean that the zero???.tmp files would no longer be at the end of the disk because there needs to be a gap there?

11  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Scripts, and other contributions / Sort not Sorting. on: July 16, 2009, 05:56:24 pm
Hi All.

I have a script that I'll include there.    What I'm trying to acomplish is have the C:\SavedZeros\zero###.tmp files pushed to the back of the disk and sorted Zero001.tmp being right at the end. Then Zero002.tmp, Zero003.tmp etc...  I would like it to fill all spaces (split if it has to, to get around unmovable files) and yes, Rewrite the entire thing if even on byte size difference means it has to.

I thought I had it using b12 and this script but it doesn't seem work.  The C:\SavedZeros\* directory gets move to the end of the disk but not only is it not sorted but it's not even defragged.  I don't see any files in the way and the drive is 16% free with a 10gig empty area between the last and second last zones.  Clearly big enough do defrag these 1 gig files (there are 60 of them)

What to do? What to do?  Smiley

Here is the script.

Title('SunBlade Optimize')
Description('
just defrag
')

RunScript('Settings')

VolumeSelect
  CommandlineVolumes()
  and Removable(no)
  and Writable(yes)
  and Mounted(yes)
VolumeActions

  FileSelect
    FileName("$mft")
  FileActions
    SortByName(Ascending)
    AddGap(PercentageOfVolume(1))
  FileEnd

  FileSelect
    Directory(yes)
  FileActions
    Defragment()
    FastFill()
    AddGap(UntilPercentageOfVolumeMultiple(1))
  FileEnd

  FileSelect
    ImportListFromBootOptimize()
  FileActions
    Defragment()
    FastFill()
    AddGap(UntilPercentageOfVolumeMultiple(1))
  FileEnd

  FileSelect
    not(
      Size(50000000,0)
      or (LastAccessEnabled(yes) and LastAccess(,1 month ago))
      or DirectoryName("$RECYCLE.BIN")
      or DirectoryName("RECYCLED")
      or DirectoryName("RECYCLER")
      or DirectoryName("$*")
      or DirectoryName("Downloaded Installations")
      or DirectoryName("Ehome")
      or DirectoryName("Fonts")
      or DirectoryName("Help")
      or DirectoryName("I386")
      or DirectoryName("IME")
      or DirectoryName("Installer")
      or DirectoryName("ServicePackFiles")
      or DirectoryName("SoftwareDistribution")
      or DirectoryName("Speech")
      or DirectoryName("Symbols")
      or DirectoryName("ie7updates")
      or DirectoryName("dllcache")
      or DirectoryName("Installshield Installation Information")
      or DirectoryName("System Volume Information")
      or DirectoryName("windows.old")
      or FileName("*.7z")
      or FileName("*.arj")
      or FileName("*.avi")
      or FileName("*.bak")
      or FileName("*.bup")
      or FileName("*.bz2")
      or FileName("*.cab")
      or FileName("*.chm")
      or FileName("*.dvr-ms")
      or FileName("*.gz")
      or FileName("*.ifo")
      or FileName("*.log")
      or FileName("*.lzh")
      or FileName("*.mp3")
      or FileName("*.msi")
      or FileName("*.old")
      or FileName("*.pdf")
      or FileName("*.rar")
      or FileName("*.rpm")
      or FileName("*.tar")
      or FileName("*.wav")
      or FileName("*.wmv")
      or FileName("*.vob")
      or FileName("*.z")
      or FileName("*.zip")
      or FullPath("C:\SavedZeros\*")
      )
  FileActions
    Defragment()
    FastFill()
    AddGap(UntilPercentageOfVolumeMultiple(1))
  FileEnd

  FileSelect
    all
    and not (FullPath("C:\SavedZeros\*"))
  FileActions
    Defragment()
    FastFill()
    AddGap(PercentageOfVolume(100) DoNotVacate)
  FileEnd

  FileSelect
    FullPath("C:\SavedZeros\*")
  FileActions
    SortByName(Descending)
//    FastFill()
  FileEnd

//  RunScript('WriteLogfile')

VolumeEnd
12  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Bugs and problems / Re: Won't move files just because of the name? (old versions of mydefrag.debuglog) on: July 16, 2009, 05:46:35 pm
"That feature is by design"

I always like the "It's an undocumented feature"
13  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Requests for new features / Re: Add WhenFinished sub-menu to MyDefrag. on: July 09, 2009, 09:16:01 pm
I do this with a batch file (ok PowerShell now I suppose).

i.e. something like.

MyDebug -r blabla.myd
shutdown /s


14  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Bugs and problems / Minor but anoying problem. on: July 09, 2009, 08:41:02 pm
I love the fact that it shows the file under the cursor in version 4 but the file is showing seems to be one pixel row off from the center of the cross hairs.

In a busy area (lots of small files) it's hard to remember to be just the right amount off to get the file you want.
15  MyDefrag v4 Forum / Scripts, and other contributions / Re: End of disk at First Priority? on: June 25, 2009, 05:49:38 pm
Excelent,  I'll give that a go.
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