I was looking at the 'SkipBlock' option and was wondering if anyone has actually used it. If so, can anyone explain exactly what this is supposed to do in a more dumbed down fashion. I've read the help file description more times then I care to admit, and I still can't wrap my head around just what its intended to do.
I noticed this:
This is a huge timesaver in cases where there has been only a small change in the zone, for example a single file that was added or deleted.
If this is the case, then why isn't this option being used in the default scripts?
And before anyone says "Just try it and see", I'm not due for a monthly style defrag/optimize for at least another week or so. So no, I'm not going to change my scripts and wait around to see what this does to my files just for the fun of it. Since its newly added, is it experimental or what? Is there a downside to using the option (hence the reason it isnt in the default scripts)?