I am using an SSD with Solaris Express. Solaris Express does not have TRIM. I doubt newer versions of Solaris has TRIM, but OpenZFS might have TRIM?
My question is this. I am going to reinstall Solaris 11.1 on the SSD (I have bought a new PC). My SSD has never been TRIMed, so I should TRIM the SSD I guess. But, if I reformat the SSD with ZFS, do I still need to TRIM the SSD?
Unfortunately Apple has decided to create kext signing in Yosemite that creates issues for SSDs that require Trim support for optimal function and longevity. Whether this is vendor lock in or not, it's made upgrading a headache.
I installed a new SSD, but I've read some places that you should enable trim and some that you shouldn't.
I have a Kingston SSDNow 300 120 gb drive and from what I can understand, it's simply plug and play and the sandforce controller should take care of everything. But I'm not sure and articles online aren't too clear. Can anyone clear the air just a bit for me?
I'm getting an XP941 and one of the things mentioned in the Anandtech article was that TRIM was not working on Win7 systems. Can anyone confirm this is the case or does anyone know if the X99 chipset helps with this or not?
I don't really want to get Windows 8.1, rather wait for Windows 10.
If someone gets an SSD that has TRIM support in the firmware and loads Fedora 12, does the
I/O layer have support for TRIM yet? Or is it something where you need to add a flag to the kernel at boot time?
I have just bought a new computer which came with an SSD. I did a fresh install of Ubuntu 14.04 64 bit and I would like to know about TRIM. Having done an internet search, it appears that a) my SSD supports trim and b) that Ubuntu 14.04 supports TRIM by default. Do I need to do anything, or is that it?