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SSD Tweaks for Ubuntu 12.04 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I optimize the OS for SSDs? I need to tweak my Dell XPS 13z SSD for maximum performance and life cycle than I read the solutions explained here, but it is for 11.10 ...
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Ubuntu 11.10 on modern SSD [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I optimize the OS for SSDs? There is already quite a lot of questions regarding SSD disks with Ubuntu. But the technology moves forward. Are there any new things I ...
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Best FS for SSD as of 10.10 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I optimize the OS for SSDs? Given what I think is a common scenario: SSD used as boot disk Conventional HD(s) for bulk storage Ubuntu 10.10 What's the best ...
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Still need discard, noatime, and data=ordered for SSDs? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I optimize the OS for SSDs? It's just been a while. Didn't know if SSDs are auto-detected, or if it's still necessary to use the discard, noatime, and data=ordered ...
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Installing Ubuntu on a new solid state drive [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I optimize the OS for SSDs? I dropped my laptop and my hard disk is corrupted. I had dual boot win7 and Ubuntu on my Dell Inspiron 15R laptop. I have purchased a new ...
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How to decrease the utilization of my SSD drive as much as possible? [duplicate]

I have a PC with a 250GB SSD & 500GB SATA HD. I will have Linux root (/) in the SSD disk after the installation. I want to minimize ssd utilization as much as possible. Therefore, I will ...
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Does a fresh install of Ubuntu on an SSD need tweaking (to enable TRIM, etc.)? [duplicate]

I've heard that Ubuntu needs some tweaking for optimal performance when migrating an existing install to an SSD. However, I have made a fresh install after switching to the SSD, so perhaps the ...
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How to enable TRIM?

I know that the Linux kernel supports TRIM as of version 2.6.33, so there should be TRIM support in ubuntu. Is TRIM enabled by default or do I need to change some settings or install additional ...
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Installing Ubuntu on a SSD

Going to install Ubuntu 10.10 on new intel x25M 80GB SSD. It will be fresh install. I have been googling for past few days and getting overwhelming articles/blogs/Q&As. One particularly very ...
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Does Ubuntu have support for the TRIM command for use with SSD?

SSD drives need to be "cleared/reset" after the drive fills up to maintain performance. This is done through the TRIM command for new SSD drives. Does Ubuntu support the TRIM command (through hdparm ...
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How is Trim enabled? [duplicate]

I have heard, that Ubuntu 14.04 will have Trim enabled by default. How will this be done? By adding a discards option to the ext4 mount options or by running a cron-job? Will the default options for ...
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Best /etc/fstab setings for boosting SSD/HDD

I know EXT4 is the fastest by 3y already checking test blog posts from different authors But theres also other settings that make SSD faster i found in http://www.howtogeek.com/62761/how-to-tweak-your-...
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How well are SSDs supported?

I'm planning to buy an SSD (Corsair Force Series 60GB) but haven't found any reassurance that it is "safe" to install Ubuntu 11.04 on without commands or "hacks". I want to install Ubuntu on an SSD ...
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Install Ubuntu Server to a flash drive, permanently

First thing, I wanted to make sure, there is an understanding what this post is NOT about: This is NOT about creating bootable USB key This is NOT about simply booting from USB What I am looking ...
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Samsung Magician on Ubuntu 14.04

I have replaced my laptop's HDD with a Samsung SSD 840 EVO 250GB and installed Ubuntu 14.04. I know that the Samsung Magician software drastically improves SSD performance, but have not been able to ...

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