El 5/8/17 a las 9:36, Tim escribió:
Enable the fstrim timer: "sudo systemctl enable fstrim.timer" to get
TRIM done periodically.
Have we got to the stage where the default install options for Fedora
26 work fine with a SSD, or should I be tweaking something?
At the moment I've let it install with whatever parameters it does by
itself. All I did was change from using LVM to EXT4 (I see absolutely
no advantage to using LVM on a single-disc computer, and a lot of
serious annoyances should I pull out a drive to read it on another
computer). And went with the boot, system root, and swap partitions
that it offers.
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