Do I need to defrag and cleanup Linux like Microsoft
I tried searching the internet, but maybe I'm not familiar with the correct terms to use.
In Microsoft, it's almost essentail to defrag and wipe clean the hard drives etc.
Is this something that Linux doesn't need?
Can anyone point me to some information on the matter?
I use debian and see that there is a defrag deb but it does warn about not doing it on a mounted disk and it will wipe lilo (I think it was something like that), so it turned me away from doing it.