Enter a command. For example: kscreen doctor, duc, ytfzf, lsattr.


Report how badly fragmented a particular file might be. More information:
  • Display a report for a specific file:
    filefrag {{path/to/file}}
  • Display a report for space-separated list of files:
    filefrag {{path/to/file1}} {{path/to/file2}}
  • Display a report using a 1024 byte blocksize:
    filefrag -b {{path/to/file}}
  • Sync the file before requesting the mapping:
    filefrag -s {{path/to/files}}
  • Display mapping of extended attributes:
    filefrag -x {{path/to/files}}
  • Display a report with verbose information:
    filefrag -v {{path/to/files}}

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