Re: F32, enable fstrim.timer by default

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On Wed, Dec 18, 2019 at 5:32 AM Martin Kolman <mkolman@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> This will also trim thin LVs on thin pools (if any), right ?
> So not just hardware, it can even make "software" storage layouts faster
> & potentially even avoid pool exhaustion in some cases. :)

Just a reminder, the underlying unit, fstrim.service, uses 'fstrim
--fstab' so only fstab file systems are affected. The user would need
to change the unit file to use --all instead of --fstab to affect all
mounted file systems. I'll include that info in the change wiki. I
imagine the best practice is to copy the original unit file, edit it,
and use it as a drop in unit file in /etc ?

Unfinished change, still in progress...

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