Why isn't this command line working?
jkdefrag -f 0 -d 6 -l "c:\FirstRun.log" -a 3 D:\* -u "DisableDefaults" -u D:\Emulate\* -u "D:\TOSEC CD\*" -u D:\TOSEC\* -u "D:\VirtualF\*" -u "D:\iTunes Music\*" -u D:\Scene\*
What I get is everything on the partition moved to the front, instead of the end.
doing a Dir D:\ /s yields:
Total Files Listed:
19317 File(s) 87,916,118,165 bytes
1956 Dir(s) 30,708,641,792 bytes free
I have tried to troubleshoot:
Moved 99.9% of the files that are not specified in the -u masks off the partition (no possible way anything is blocking now).
Verified with Hdview that the end of the disk is indeed free space.
Tried various -f values.
jkdefrag -f 0 -d 6 -l "c:\SecondRun.log" -a 6 D:\* -u "DisableDefaults" -u D:\Emulate\* -u "D:\TOSEC CD\*" -u D:\TOSEC\* -u "D:\VirtualF\*" -u "D:\iTunes Music\*" -u D:\Scene\*
Which moved EVERYTHING to the end. (Which proves that there was nothing stopping the end to be filled)
One thing that would be really helpful is having the log start with plain english, what jkdefrag interpretted the command-line as being:
Freespace between sections: 0%
Debug level: 6
Degrag target: D:\*
Default space hogs: disabled
Move to end of disk: D:\Emulate\* "D:\TOSEC CD\*" D:\TOSEC\* D:\VirtualF\* "D:\iTunes Music\*" D:\scene\*
This way you could verify that everything was ok (as far as the command-line goes), if for example you misplaced a -u or -e, etc.
I'm sure I'm doing something wrong, just not sure what.