I did not try to install with disable APST. I tried to put a custom
kernel in the live CD but it wouldn't boot. My current ubuntu was
installed with trial and error until it installed without any errors.
The installation process is not so important for me, I can try 5 or 7
times before getting it right. I'm mainly concerned about usage after.
So this is what happened: before any quirks, I was having the error
every 2 hours. After your kernel quirk, I started having the error every
2 days on main machine and on average every day on the virtual machines.
After the NVME queue_depth parameter it looks like it's taking 5 days,
but the virtual machines continue giving the errors 1 time per day on
So I should try this new kernel? I suppose it already has the quirk you
created. I'll install it soon. Not now because I need to backup things,
because if the error happens during the kernel installation then the
whole ubuntu is going to get wrecked.
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