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My hard disk is often "woken up" by an unknown process. And I don't succeed to decrease the load_cycle_count with hdparm or laptop_mode.

So I launched lm_profiler to see what happens. And I saw that:

Write accesses at 14/600 in lm-profiler run: Q:Reg
Write accesses at 38/600 in lm-profiler run: Q:Reg
Write accesses at 43/600 in lm-profiler run: Q:Reg
Write accesses at 46/600 in lm-profiler run: Q:Reg
Write accesses at 55/600 in lm-profiler run: Q:Reg
Write accesses at 79/600 in lm-profiler run: Q:Reg
Write accesses at 97/600 in lm-profiler run: Q:Reg

What's the Q:Reg process? I found nothing on the web.

Thanks for your help.

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