Diskeeper 2007 Server - Get maximum server speed, reliability, and performance. Designed from the ground up to provide real time file system performance for your servers.
Diskeeper 2007 Server represents an entirely new level of performance and reliability for servers and networked systems. With Diskeeper 2007 Server installed, your system will run more reliably and faster than you thought possible, AUTOMATICALLY, for the life of your system. Maintaining servers can be a daunting task - maintenance, including regular defragmentation, must take place regularly to keep them running at peak levels. However, with constant uptime required, scheduling such processes to run at the right times can be tricky, since while running they pose a considerable drain on system resources. Diskeeper 2007 Server marks the end of scheduling, and the beginning of REAL TIME, on the fly maintenance of servers without ever again having to worry about dips in performance or straining valuable system resources - even when demand is at its absolute highest!
NEW !INVISITASKING™ revolutionary breakthrough technology intelligently enhances operating system multitasking to ensure maximum server performance and zero resource conflicts for true real time defragmentation. With InvisiTasking there is no longer any need to schedule Diskeeper to run outside normal production hours. It places no drain on computing resources whatsoever.
NEW !REAL-TIME DEFRAGMENTATION automatically handles fragmentation as it occurs. With Diskeeper 2007 enabled your servers run faster and more reliably - period!
NEW !I-FAAST™ 2.0 dramatically increases file access times through intelligent monitoring of computing patterns. Learns which files are needed most and greatly accelerates access and create times for faster overall performance. File access and creation can be increased as much as 80%, with average increases of 10-20%.
NEW !Supports user-selection of files for I-FAAST processing.
NEW !Improved Boot Optimization for peak performance.
NEW !Easy-to-use user interface provides flexible and intuitive control, easy configuration, as well as reports on disk health, real time performance and fragmentation statistics.
NEW !Automatic online directory consolidation boosts virus scans, back-ups and file searches.
FRAG SHIELD™ dynamically reduces fragmentation of critical system files, maintaining system stability and reliability
ANALYSIS REPORTS provide detailed statistical information such as volume sizes, cluster size, available free space, total fragmentation, free space fragmentation, paging/swap file size, fragmented directories, total MFT fragments, most fragmented files, historical "trend" reports and much more to keep you fully informed.
Native 64 bit operating systems support.
BOOT-TIME MODE safely performs Microsoft™-recommended defragmentation of critical system files including directory consolidation, paging file, Master File Table (MFT), metadata, and more.
NETWORK MANAGEMENT of Server is easy with Diskeeper 2007. Full network support is available through Diskeeper Administrator or group policy.
LOW FREE SPACE DEFRAGMENTATION - defragments in low free space conditions.
DEFRAGMENT MULTIPLE VOLUMES SIMULTANEOUSLY.
HISTORICAL REPORTING tracks the progress of Diskeeper over time and displays cumulative defragmentation benefits.
Diskeeper 2007 Server defragments different file types to maintain system performance and reliability: compressed files, encrypted files, sparse files, large files and online defragmentation of the MFT (Windows 2003 only).
Logical drives, volume sets/mirrored disk, RAID arrays, SANS, NAS devices and mounted volumes are all supported by Diskeeper 2007 Server.
Diskeeper 2007 Server includes advanced functionality to support Itanium chipsets.
CURRENT CUSTOMERS - UPGRADING IS EASY! Your prior settings are maintained.
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Diskeeper, often abbreviated DK, is a disk defragmenter originally for the VAX series of mainframe computers and later released for Microsoft Windows. It is the flagship product of Diskeeper Corporation, (formerly Executive Software) of Burbank, California, founded on July 22, 1981. The defragmenter program included with the Windows 2000, XP, and 2003 operating systems is based on the full retail (Home) version of the Diskeeper program.
A new feature in Diskeeper 2007 is Automatic Defragmentation. Automatic Defragmentation defragments files on-the-fly. Diskeeper doesn't require scheduling because it runs all the time, using idle resources to defragment. Another feature in Diskeeper 2007 is I-FAAST. When enabled, I-FAAST determines the frequency of file usage and the most frequently used files are then placed in the front of the disk. According to Diskeeper, this helps prevent future fragmentation. The I-FAAST feature is available in Professional Premier, Server and Administrator versions only. There are six versions available: Home, Professional, Professional Premier, Server Standard, Server Enterprise and Administrator. Diskeeper recently released Diskeeper 2007 for the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system.
In the context of administering computer systems, defragmentation (or defragging) is a process that reduces the amount of fragmentation in file systems. It does this by physically reorganizing the contents of the disk to store the pieces of each file close together and contiguously. It also attempts to create larger regions of free space using compaction to impede the return of fragmentation. Some defragmenters also try to keep smaller files within a single directory together, as they are often accessed in sequence.
Fragmentation occurs when the operating system cannot or will not allocate enough contiguous space to store a complete file as a unit, but instead puts parts of it in gaps between other files (usually those gaps exist because they formerly held a file that the operating system has subsequently deleted or because the operating system allocated excess space for the file in the first place). As advances in technology bring larger disk drives, the performance loss due to fragmentation squares with each doubling of the size of the drive. Larger files and greater numbers of files also contribute to fragmentation and consequent performance loss. Defragmentation attempts to alleviate these problems.
Consider the following scenario, as shown by the image on the right:
An otherwise blank disk has 5 files, A, B, C, D and E each using 10 blocks of space (for this section, a block is an allocation unit of that system, it could be 1K, 100K or 1 megabyte and is not any specific size). On a blank disk, all of these files will be allocated one after the other. (Example (1) on the image.) If file B is deleted, there are two options, leave the space for B empty and use it again later, or compress all the files after B so that the empty space follows it. This could be time consuming if there were hundreds or thousands of files which needed to be moved, so in general the empty space is simply left there, marked in a table as available for later use, then used again as needed. (Example (2) on the image.) Now, if a new file, F, is allocated 7 blocks of space, it can be placed into the first 7 blocks of the space formerly holding the file B and the 3 blocks following it will remain available. (Example (3) on the image.) If another new file, G is added, and needs only three blocks, it could then occupy the space after F and before C. (Example (4) on the image). Now, if subsequently F needs to be expanded, since the space immediately following it is no longer available, there are two options: (1) add a new block somewhere else and indicate that F has a second extent, or (2) move the file F to someplace else where it can be created as one contiguous file of the new, larger size. The latter operation may not be possible as the file may be larger than any one contiguous space available, or the file conceivably could be so large the operation would take an undesirably long period of time, thus the usual practice is simply to create an extent somewhere else and chain the new extent onto the old one. (Example (5) on the image.) Repeat this practice hundreds or thousands of times and eventually the file system has many free segments in many places and many files may be spread over many extents. If, as a result of free space fragmentation, a newly created file (or a file which has been extended) has to be placed in a large number of extents, access time for that file (or for all files) may become excessively long.
The process of creating new files, and of deleting and expanding existing files, may sometimes be colloquially referred to as churn, and can occur at both the level of the general root file system, but in subdirectories as well. Fragmentation not only occurs at the level of individual files, but also when different files in a directory (and maybe its subdirectories), that are often read in a sequence, start to "drift apart" as a result of "churn".
A defragmentation program must move files around within the free space available to undo fragmentation. This is a memory intensive operation and cannot be performed on a file system with no free space. The reorganization involved in defragmentation does not change logical location of the files (defined as their location within the directory structure).
Another common strategy to optimize defragmentation and to reduce the impact of fragmentation is to partition the hard disk(s) in a way that separates partitions of the file system that experience many more reads than writes from the more volatile zones where files are created and deleted frequently. In Microsoft Windows, the contents of directories such as "\Program Files" or "\Windows" are modified far less frequently than they are read. The directories that contain the users' profiles are modified constantly (especially with the Temp directory and Internet Explorer cache creating thousands of files that are deleted in a few days). If files from user profiles are held on a dedicated partition (as is commonly done on UNIX systems), the defragmenter runs better since it does not need to deal with all the static files from other directories. For partitions with relatively little write activity, defragmentation performance greatly improves after the first defragmentation, since the defragmenter will need to defrag only a small number of new files in the future.
Diskeeper is a defragmentation program and claims to do a much better job at defragmenting hard drives than Windows' own built in software. For those unfamiliar with defragmentation it's a process whereby all the information stored on a hard disk is â€˜put back in order'. After some use, the information on your hard disk actually gets moved around and data that should reside next to corresponding data gets moved away from it. This means when the heads on the hard disk are reading some particular software or other, they have to jump from sector to sector to read information. When data is scattered about a hard disk it's known as being â€˜fragmented'. Diskeeper's defragmentation software corrects this problem and rearranges all data so that all data for any particular program is stored together in one location on the hard disk. The heads therefore don't have to keep moving from one location to another to read information. This means faster hard drive performance, and therefore system performance.
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