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Duplicate File Finder

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Thanks for the stats.

I ran advanced search on a 36.9GB single folder with 436639 files and 61814 subfolder and it took 1 hour to find me all duplicate files but no errors so far. I have reverted the multithreading code anyways so shouldn't be an issue for now.

Apologies for any troubles caused by this.

I'll try the new version. Maybe we are missing some files required for multi threading?

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StarkWiz, on 04 Jul 2014 - 11:25, said:StarkWiz, on 04 Jul 2014 - 11:25, said:

I'll try the new version. Maybe we are missing some files required for multi threading?

 

Nope. The multithreading didn't give me any errors but also produced inconsistent results. Basically only thing lost from the lack of multithreading is the performance boost.

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Nope. The multithreading didn't give me any errors but also produced inconsistent results. Basically only thing lost from the lack of multithreading is the performance boost.

 

I doubt their would be much benefit, the CPU isn't the bottleneck by far.

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Garnet H., on 04 Jul 2014 - 14:26, said:

I doubt their would be much benefit, the CPU isn't the bottleneck by far.

 

My initial test showed the scanning performance improvement by 200-400% specifically in Advanced Search as it is calculating MD5 hash. I would very much prefer to use multithreading but for the time being, I can live without it.

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New version (1.2014.0721.0103) is up.

 

Get it http://www.codelake.com/downloads/DuplicateFileFinder.zip

 

* Fix issues with min and max size options
* Fix issues with Intelligent Hash Matching scanning

* Add ability to select from multiple drives (Currently limited to 3 different drives)

* Ui and general code cleanup

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