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[CentOS] Best solution for TRIM on CentOS 5.x

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http://centos.1050465.n5.nabble.com – I am planning on using solid state disks with my CentOS 5.x systems.  Currently, I am using EXT3 for the file system. >From what I can find, CentOS 5.x does not support TRIM on solid state disks?  Is this correct? Should I obtain and build the updated hdparm and use that to trim my drives (for example, via CRON every night at midnight)? Or should I get fstrim (updated util-linux)? Any other suggestions on solid state drives (other than noatime on mounts). Thanks, -- Wade Hampton _______________________________________________ CentOS mailing list [hidden email] http://lists.centos. (HowTos)