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The FAT-to-NTFS conversion process in Windows XP also uses another new feature to prevent the fragmentation of the Master File Table (MFT). By preventing the fragmentation of the MFT during the disk s conversion to NTFS, it becomes more likely that the MFT will occupy a contiguous space after converting a disk, allowing it to be accessed more rapidly. Fragmentation is prevented in a rather creative way the MFT is temporarily stored in a placeholder file during conversion. When the conversion is complete, the contents of the file can be written to the contiguous disk space. Preventing file fragmentation is a recurring theme in the implementation of NTFS in Windows XP. There are now two ways to initiate a defragmenting process on a Windows XP computer. The first method is to use Disk Defragmenter, a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in accessed by choosing Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Disk Defragmenter. Using Disk Defragmenter, you can analyze and (if needed) defragment drives. The new alternate method involves using the command-line tool Defrag.exe.
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NTFS supports more features than any other Windows file system (and in fact offers more features than most other operating systems in existence). These features provide a wide range of user services that enable secure, fast, and flexible disk management. The following topics describe the key features of the NTFS file system. Most of these features have corresponding MMC consoles that allow you to activate and configure them.
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You can learn how to configure many of these features by reading Configuring NTFS Features, page 389. For more information, check out Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, by Ed Bott and Carl Siechert (Microsoft Press, 2001).
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Traditionally, a hard disk is set up as a basic disk, a physical disk that has one or more basic volumes such as partitions and logical drives. Each of these volumes can be formatted with a file system and used to store data. Basic disks work well if there is no need to alter the storage configuration after the initial disk configuration. But in many cases, it is beneficial to have dynamically reconfigurable storage. To fulfill this need, Microsoft introduced dynamic disks with Windows 2000. Dynamic disks contain one or more dynamic volumes, which offer features that are not available with basic disks:
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G Administrators can increase the size of a dynamic volume by extending the
volume into unallocated or noncontiguous space available on the same physical disk; however, neither system nor boot volumes can be extended.
G Dynamic volumes can be extended across separate physical disks if they are
also set up as dynamic disks. The same restrictions about system and boot volumes still apply, however.
G Each dynamic disk maintains a database that stores information about all
of the attached dynamic disks and dynamic volumes. Because this database centrally stores the resource information, you have great flexibility in how you manage the volumes and even move disks between computers, and the redundant copies of the dynamic disk database ease recovery of data from corrupt volumes. You can manage dynamic disks in Windows XP from the Computer Management console, which is available in Administrative Tools in Control Panel. Or, you can simply right-click My Computer and choose Manage. In the Computer Management console, select Disk Management to manage local hard disks, as shown in Figure 13-1.
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Figure 13-1. The Disk Management snap-in is available from within the Computer Management console.
Using MMC Snap-ins in Windows XP MMC has been around since the early days of Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) in Windows NT. However, in Windows 2000, MMC and its component applications, known as snap-ins, took a front seat in the operating system as a way to organize the various networking tools. This same approach is true in Windows XP. Common tools are all MMC snap-ins, which means they all function within MMC. Using this approach, all of the tools in Windows XP have the same basic appearance. The Computer Management console is a collection of snap-ins used to enable centralized administration of many network functions. It includes such snap-ins as Event Viewer, Device Manager, Disk Defragmenter, Disk Management, and so forth. However, you are not limited to the default consoles in Windows XP. You can easily create your own consoles that contain the mix of snap-ins that you use most often. To create your custom MMC, just follow these steps:
1 Choose Start, Run. Type mmc and press Enter. 2 An empty MMC appears. Choose File, Add/Remove Snap-In. 3 In the Add/Remove Snap-In dialog box, click the Add button. A list of available snap-ins appears, as shown on the next page.
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