I have an old scsi drive which I fsck'ed as ext2. I didn't get any errors
doing so. ( this was about 4 months ago ). Now the drive is 24%
non-contiguous and I finally found the defrag package, however when I run
it I get this error:
bash# defrag /dev/sda1
defrag: bad magic number in super-block
Is there away of fixing this problem and how serious is it?
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