Important Information about O&O Defrag Linux BETA
All information on this page refers to unfinished
This beta software might be incomplete
or faulty. O&O expressedly does not accept any
liability for the functionality or correctness of this
product. In particular, O&O does not guarantee that
this product can be installed and run without problems
on all computers. Nor does O&O guarantee that a
final version of the beta software will be published.
Please only install the beta software on designated test
computers. Carry out a complete backup of these systems
before installation. Although we have made every effort
to make this software as safe as possible, we cannot
completely rule out data loss.
If you have discovered an error or problem, or you wish to
make a suggestion, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will consider all emails and contact you if we have any
further questions. Please understand that we cannot answer all
emails, nor take up every suggestion we receive.
After downloading the software, you should first open and read
the included readme file. This contains special information
about the relevant version.
Features of O&O Defrag Linux V1.0
of EXT2 and EXT3 drive partitions, the standard Linux file
of individual files
of individual partitions
with the unique "Security Mode". This enables
you to repair an inconsistent file system when O&O
Defrag Linux has been abnormally ended (e.g. by a power
The static version of
O&O Defrag Linux can be started from a floppy disk
(1,44 MB). In this way it is possible to optimize the root
partition of the system with the help of a a start floppy
or CD in combination with O&O Defrag Linux.
Notes for beta testers
The second run of the
analysis phase in the beta version begins after
defragmentation/SPACE defragmentation is completed. This is
simply to check that O&O Defrag Linux is running correctly
and to deliver statistics that are compiled after, and
independently of, the defragmentation process. This
significantly lengthens the total duration of defragmentation
and should be taken into account when considering length of
time taken. This analysis phase can be stopped at any time and
will not be included in the released version.
We request that beta testers send us a screenshot of the
statistics compiled before and after the (SPACE)
The disk space needed for
the SPACE defrag method increases proportionally with the
number of available clusters and can be several gigabytes on a
4 terabyte server. This disk space issue will be resolved for
the next beta version.