Garuda installed on SSD.
After installation, I automatically enabled and started fstrim.timer.
Later I looked at the output of “systemctl list-timers -a”:
Both fstrim.timer and btrfs-trim.timer run on a timer.
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Question: Can you stay? Or should I disable fstrim.timer?
No need to have them both enabled. In fact, if you start one it will automatically stop the other since they are conflicting services.
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Since you are using Btrfs, I would just use the Btrfs version. I’m not sure what additional considerations have been implemented for
btrfs-trim–maybe it is the same, maybe not.
My understanding is TRIM is less essential for COW filesystems in the first place, and also I believe it can be incorporated into a balance routine, so it would not surprise me to learn it is a more customized or specifically appropriate version of TRIM.
Thanks for the answer!
Before installing, I consulted on the internet and found more information on how to activate fstrim.timer after installing Garuda. ( 5 Things to do IMMEDIATELY After Installing Garuda Linux - Linuxman )
I was totally surprised when it turned out that the btrfs-trim.service runs trimmed by default.
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