Since it is long time waiting for defragmentation to complete. I'm thinking of leaving it overnight connected to my tomato router and run optware that would do NTFS defragmentation. This is very handy and useful tool. Is there an optware?
Thanks for the info. It has so many missing functions, only ff: are provided:
note: missing ntfsdefrag
complete functions should be as follow, base on site: http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/ntfsprogs.htm
ntfsprogs is a suite of NTFS utilities based around a shared library. The tools are available for free and come with full source code.
mkntfs: Create an NTFS volume on a partition
ntfscat: Print a file on the standard output
ntfsclone: Efficiently backup/restore a volume at the sector level
ntfscluster: Given a cluster, or sector, find the file
ntfsfix: Forces Windows to check NTFS at boot time
ntfsinfo: Dump a file's attributes, completely
ntfslabel: Display or set a volume's label
ntfslib: Move all the common code into a shared library
ntfsls: List directory contents
ntfsresize: Resize an NTFS volume
ntfsundelete: Find files that have been deleted and recover them
ntfswipe: Write zeros over the unused parts of the disk
ntfsdefrag: Defragment files, directories and the MFT
ntfsck: Perform consistancy checks on a volume
nttools: Command-line tools to view/change an offline NTFS volume, e.g. ntfscp, ntfsgrep, ntfstouch, ntfsrm, ntfsrmdir, ntfsmkdir
ntfsdiskedit: Walk the tree of NTFS ondisk structures (and alter them)
I think, this optware is what I'm looking for.