SSD Partitioning OP/Trim recommendations
rgm at htt-consult.com
Wed Dec 18 15:38:11 UTC 2013
On 12/18/2013 10:15 AM, Mihamina RKTMB wrote:
> On 12/18/2013 04:38 PM, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
>> Also discourages using LVM. I have often wondered why I use LVM on
>> my notebooks; I don't see the gain over just plain EXT4 partitions.
>> I have read a number of articles and I can't find any solid advantage.
> Well, I dont have a notebook, but a laptop (16GB RAM, Corei7-8
> threads, 512 SSD Samsung 840 Pro)
> I use it for work, and I heavily virtualize on it.
> I have 1LV per VM. VMs are "small" (2GB RAM, 5GB disk space), but they
> are numerous (mostly 4-5 VMs turned on)
> When I clone a VM, the LV gets cloned too.
> I find it very usefull and clean on the drive.
OK. Excellent justification for LVM. So far I have not done VMs, but I
have been thinking heavily about it. But not HOW to do it. Seems like I
probably should if I want to set up my drive now for VMs soon.
And well, my main system is a laptop, though only 12". Just the right
size to use in flight.
> I'm sysadmin and I test massive deployment methods (CfEngine, custom
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