Greetings to all!
I started systemctl enable fstrim.timer for the regular run trim on the ssd. The systemctl status fstrim.timer confirms the activity of the job.
But looking through the log with the command journalctl -u fstrim I see that trim is not executed for the /home (sda8) partition. What do I need to do to have the /home (sda8) partition included in the schedule?
Check what it shows
@Simon I assume ProtectHome=yes means it’s working on home partition or no?
Try to change this line: ‘ProtectHome’ to: no
and reload systemctl.
Description=Discard unused blocks on filesystems from /etc/fstab
ExecStart=/sbin/fstrim --fstab --verbose --quiet
SystemCallFilter=@default @file-system @basic-io @system-service
I’ll try to do as you say. On monday I will check
I want to say спасибо! Trim partition /home now runs on a schedule with the other partitions
It’s nice that it was useful to you Besides, with the SSD, EOS is even more like a rocket…
I still use Antergos convertible to pure Arch
EOS is installed on a virtual machine for experiments.
And I agree that the distributions are really very fast
I also have Antergos on a different machine, but I made it to arch Right - testing on VM is the basis, but you do not probably want to say that you do not treat EOS as a “full-fledged” system
It is known, the error may ‘must’ occur but the great advantage is that they’re captured quickly.
No, I think EOS is quite a working system.
I just don’t have many computers. One worker (Win10Pro, programs from Adobe, the entire workflow built precisely on Photoshop-Lightroom), the second “home” (Arch), the third (Win7Pro, specific driver for foreign a sound card) is used as multimedia center, the fourth it’s an old Apple MacBookPro (computer my wife).
I do not want to change Arch on my home laptop, I follow the principle - do not touch what works
Therefore, it remains only a virtual machine. I have there and Anarchy Linux is still installed
I know, I was just kidding…
I suppose that may be enough I have 3 also (girl has the 4-th). But regarding Window$ -
it’s probably one too many:-)
“Do not touch what works” - I usually guided by this principle.