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Re: Installing JXFS

Subject: Re: Installing JXFS
by Slayer on 2009/8/6 22:58:41



Kicko wrote:

If using NORECYCLED i think it doesnt use .recycled dir at all.
Deniil like me i think just want the .recycled dir to be hidden just
like SFS did. Or am i wrong ?

That it is correct it won't use one at all... and I use norecycled on ALL my partitions...

They are all SFS2 except for the Boot directory...

Download directory is 150 gigs which shares a HD with DH0

and 4 x storage partitions of equal size on the 320 gig HD

I've never worried about undeleting...

If you need to undelete something you shouldn't be using it computer

NB: Just for clarity please remember undelete is completely different from Copying Data (or backup if you prefer, although I really don't back anything up I simply move it from my HD to DVDs otherwise it isn't that important) to another Media because you want to keep or Store it...

Another reason for me to remove the .recycle dir is because deleting files seemed to choke to a crawl at times as the drive continued in use and I would have to go into a recycle dir and delete everything inside it to make things fly again... I'm not too sure if you could change the max files or not but I thought it was a design flaw for sure... perhaps it had an inability to multitask properly... heh

But alas, even removing the .recycle dir didn't remove this problem... how long does it take to remove a file header?

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