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Samsung SSD HBA TRIM

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17 minutes ago, johnnie.black said:

This might help explain why I can't find many other Linux users complain about the LSI trim issue, if they are using ext4 looks like it still works, still would expect at least some xfs users complaining, maybe not so much with btrfs since it's likely much less used.

I failed to mention that the other "disks" that succeeded are btrfs. I assume these are calls to paths located somewhere else.

root@Tower:/var/log# df -Th
Filesystem     Type       Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
...
/dev/loop2     btrfs       20G   17M   18G   1% /var/lib/docker
/dev/loop3     btrfs      1.0G   17M  905M   2% /etc/libvirt
...
/dev/sdc1      btrfs      224G   17M  223G   1% /mnt/cache
/dev/sdb1      ext4       220G   60M  208G   1% /mnt/disks/vm_ssd_1

If I could switch the cache to ext4, I'd be set.

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I've tossed around the idea of moving my cache drive (redundancy not needed in my case) to a PCIe adapter card and leave all 8 ports on the 9207-8i for "other" use. It's that or for the sake of a skewed sense of "doing it right," I spend ~$300 on a 9300-8i, assuming I can find a genuine one.

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4 minutes ago, punk said:

I failed to mention that the other "disks" that succeeded are btrfs.

Those are loop devices, there's no problem with those.

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