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Old 25th November 2009
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Default Huge FTP transfer file fragmentation problem under Windows

How do I prevent fragmentation during a HUGE FTP process on Windows? When we run a HUGE FTP process onto a Windows server the disk fragmentation goes very high. We have 4 - 5 FTPs running at the same time which causes a large amount of fragmentation to occur. This create a lot of performance problems on the disk.
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Old 26th November 2009
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Which filesystem is being used? FAT or NTFS?
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I REALLY do hope that he is not using FAT/FAT32.
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