Thank you for your answer! The truth is that there is no `/etc/fstab`
nor there is `/etc/sysctl.conf` for example, which is very specific to
Clear Linux and I'm a little bit lost with this.
So, any help would be appreciated.
On Tue, 2016-05-10 at 18:00 +0000, Nesius, Robert A wrote:
While many of us have put Clear Linux on laptops, this has often been
as temporary solutions where the laptops have been sitting on the
network and not really used as mobile devices. Mobile users and
laptop use-cases are not really where we are aiming at. Ikey Doherty
might be able to offer more details – he did most of the engineering
for our desktop environment, but I don’t know if he focused on the
mobile-user use-case at all.
Having recently done some Linux laptop tuning, I personally found the
Arch Linux documentation pretty helpful. They have a page on SSD
tuning considerations there too, and do address I/O scheduling and
mount-option considerations as well. When it comes to the tuning
considerations below, whatever’s true for Arch or another distro
would likely be true for Clear.
On 5/10/16, 10:41 AM, "Dev on behalf of fb.dev.clx" <dev-bounces(a)list
on behalf of fb.dev.clx(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> As I would like to use Clear Linux as my main system on a laptop
> with 2
> SSDs, I was wondering what should be prefered to improve the
> performance and life span of these SSDs in terms of:
> - partition scheme (dedicated partition for virtual disk images?)
> - partitions alignment
> - filesystem (EXT4, XFS, etc.)
> - automatic trimming method
> - mount options (noatime, etc.)
> - I/O scheduler
> - swappiness setting
> - others?
> Also, is there a Clear Linux way to set all of this settings?
> -- FB
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