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About half th time, the first stub has 3-5 fragments and the rest is written contigously. By dninefragging the stub using the free space defragger of Perfect Disk, the rest of the backup abutts the stub and contues to write contigously. At the end of the backup, the script runs the freespace efragger, but if the last backup is already defragged, it takes less than a minute, instead of 2 hours. I have attached the script. If you are really interested, I will provide the sub-routines it calls.
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