FRAG(8)                    Linux Programmer's Manual                   FRAG(8)

       frag - simple fragmentation checker

       /etc/frag [ -l ] [ -s [ -s ]] filename ...

       frag will report the file system fragmentation on a specified filename.
       If the filename is a directory, frag will recursively descend the

       -l     Long mode.  Lists the start and end blocks of all fragments of
              each file scanned.

       -s     Silent (may be set to 1 or 2).  The first -s eliminates the file
              by file statistics, and just prints the examined directories and
              a summary.  The second -s eliminates the printing of the
              directories, and just prints a summary.  This option is useful
              when frag is used on a directory.

       e2dump(8), xdump(8), defrag(8), mkfs(8), fsck(8), mkefs(8), efsck(8)

       frag will get caught in an infinite loop in the /proc filesystem.

       It is impossible to determine where a file's meta-data resides on disk
       simply by accessing the mounted file, so some apparent fragments
       reported by frag may be simply the result of low-level index blocks on
       disk.  The e2dump and xdump programs can interrogate a partition
       directly to access this data and to give more accurate results.

       V1.0 by Werner Almesberger
       V1.1 by Steffen Zahn, adding directory recursion
       V1.2 by Rob Hooft, adding hole counts
       V1.3 by Steffen Zahn, ignore symlinks, don't cross filesys borders, get
       filesystem block size at runtime
       V1.4 by Stephen Tweedie, added indirect block support and improved
       statistic summaries.  Added "-l" switch.

Linux 1.00                        26 May 1994                          FRAG(8)