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Installing Linux on an SSD (Solid-state Drive) | My Solutions IT
some good tips but outdated (trim use fstrim.timer, do not change the scheduler for systems with hdd etc)
linux  ssd 
7 days ago by zakb01
Solid State Drives - ArchWiki
Interesting stuff about periodic trim for ssd - the util-linux package mentioned exists for Debian and will create:

Looks like you just do this to make it work: systemctl enable fstrim.timer
linux  ssd 
7 days ago by zakb01
Everything You Need to Know About SLC, MLC, and TLC NAND Flash | My Digital Discount -
This guide outlines the differences between SLC, MLC, and TLC NAND flash, explaining the pros and cons of each, to help readers choose the right SSD when upgrading.
mlc  tlc  ssd  m.2  samsung 
11 days ago by mnathani
Lime Technology | unRAID
Where many competitors have focused on creating an appliance offering, unRAID has taken a hardware-agnostic approach to network-attached storage.

The benefit is unRAID’s ability to boot on nearly any x86 64-bit capable system and manage an array of disks that vary in size, speed, brand, and protocol. In addition, by eliminating the use of traditional RAID-based technologies, we can scale on-demand by adding more disks and without needing to rebalance data.

unRAID’s storage capabilities are broken down into three components: the array, the cache, and the user share file system.
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12 days ago by abetancort
Samsung 860 EVO SSD Review - Tom's Hardware
Samsung's advantage over the rest of the market is its ability to deliver the highest performance at low queue depths. This started before 3D flash but escalated when the company rolled out V-NAND. More troubling to other SSD manufacturers, Samsung's continued momentum with each V-NAND revision makes it hard for competitors to pinpoint a performance target. V-NAND is now in its fourth generation, and Samsung raised the bar again for performance and endurance while further reducing power consumption.
samsung  ssd  gadgetluv 
15 days ago by jasonsamuels
Samsung Releases SZ985 Z-SSD In 240GB And 800GB Capacities
Samsung designed the new Z-SSD takes the fight to Intel and Micron's 3D XPoint memory. However, 3D XPoint is a completely new type of memory that has only surfaced in Intel's relatively expensive Optane products, while Samsung's Z-SSD comes with Z-NAND, which is a heavily modified version of existing NAND technology. That should ostensibly provide faster performance than normal SSDs but at a lower price point.
samsung  ssd  storage 
24 days ago by jasonsamuels

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