On Thu, January 18, 2007 10:52 am, Curt Cechowicz wrote:
> To prep files for distribution on CD......
> I used to use a Mac OS 9.x utility to defrag a disk image with the
> optimization for multimedia CD.
> What is the best way to do this now with OS X??
First, if you're copying content to a disk image it should copy
essentially dfragged; no need to further defrag it (and, in fact, why even
create an image first? If you're using Toast you don't need to do this at
all, unless you want to setup specific volume properties like window
Second, why defrag at all? seriously... even if your images were heavily
fragmented (which I would guess they are not), is there any practical
benefit? I haven't touched a defragger in years; as far as I'm concerned
they are one step above snake oil.
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