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Is it possible to check disk and defrag in Ubuntu?

I have Ubuntu 10. 4 installed on a 60GB hard drive, I would love to know if you can schedule a disk check or defragment the hard disk

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  1. Kewin | Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    Use the Gparted can modify and delete partitions created good that you understood.install it like this:sudo apt-get install gpartedbut search for it on pages and isntalasGreetings

  2. Charles LeCharles | Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    The “check disk” are programmed by default in the file system, in my case are conducted every 30 times that mounts the system every 180 days, so my default is reiserfs. Investigate how to use tune2fs to change those numbers. Also you got to test fsck. To defrag tools do not know because the Linux file systems do not produce fragmentation, making it unnecessary to perform that task. If you have further questions on the subject editing the question, good luck.I forgot to mention that they are all tools to use from the console.

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