Am Montag, 29. April 2019, 12:10:54 CEST schrieb Peter Suetterlin:
Axel Braun wrote:
and another one regarding btrfs:
fstrim is regulary running, and stopping the laptop going to suspend
(which I usually only notice when the battery is empty...)
fstrim is obviously triggered from systemd service btrfs-trim. For a for a
40GB btrfs partition it runs more than 2h on a Kingston-SSD!
This is definitely not normal.
Running fstrim on my 68G btrfs root filesystem takes something like half a
minute at most....
Running fstrim manually on / takes a few seconds....and fstrim.service seems
to be enabled after each zypper dup
That does not
sound healthy to me.
Indeed. Did you check the disk with something like gsmartcontrol or
badblocks in r/o mode?
Yes, disk is healthy.
There are some fstrim bugs already, but none seems to fit. I have opened
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