Originally posted by TheMajor
Any file system suffers from fragmentation. Try O&O Defrag.
Not exactly, at least not what FAT32 users are used to, journaling filesystems for the most part eliminate it, there isnt a defrag utility for it, no need.The only place some fragments may happen is within a file itself, and since POSIX based OS's treat evrything as a file, its prettymuch a non-issue.
I just ran reiserfsck on my primary partiton as well as a check on total thruput, right now its 77% full,0.45% fragmented, and has had 274GB's of thruput since last reboot which was about 45days ago.Its never been defragged and I dont think a defrag program even exists for it.