SSD feature that discards blocks containing deleted data

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SSD and file recovery (on Windows 8)

Typical commercial "file recovery tools" are not usefull on modern SSDs, because the recovered file (if any) appears empty. Windows 8 sends the TRIM command to the SSD when a file gets deleted from ...
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Cutting out two parts from the middle of a video with ffmpeg

I have two files, rec.avi and audio_edited.wav, and what I'm trying to do is take the parts 00:30:50–01:42:56 and 02:16:55–04:03:10 of each file, concatenate those and encode them into an WebM file. ...
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RAID0 SSD performance degredation

I have a computer built to acquire uncompressed 2048 x 2048 16 bit images at 100 frames per second in real time, writing to disk. A RAID0 of SSDs is thus the only option. For the past month or so, ...
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Enable TRIM on FreeBSD 9 Install

I recently upgraded all of the parts in my FreeBSD 9 server. I purchased an SSD to run as a the root drive - I'd like to enable TRIM on it but the only documentation I can find on it is that it can ...
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running fstrim on ssd that was previously being used in non-SSD aware OS

I want to understand if and how fstrim will improve performance on a ssd drive that hasn't been trimmed for some good time because it was used by an OS that didn't support trim or assume OS/filesystem ...
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VMWARE ESXi and SSD - ext4 trim discard

I'm running ESXi 5.5 box with Debian as guest OS. and I'm planning to use SSD disk(with ext4) for MySQL database for performance reasons. ESXi recognizes that I'm using SSD disk. But how to let know ...
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eMMC Standards and File System support

I am looking into Android secure erase functions and realized a few things: Android uses eMMC as its storage media, eMMC standards are set by the JEDEC organization (currently most of the ...
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Driver for RAID-0 TRIM passthrough on AMD southbridge

Intel provides a driver that enables RAID-0 TRIM passthrough for Intel 7 Series chipsets: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=21407 Do you know where AMD provides their driver ...
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Linux fine tuning for Vertex 3 SSD

I've been reading about optimizations for SSD disks on Linux, there is lots of info out there although very confusing and most feel outdated so I'd be grateful if someone sheds some light on the ...
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VM Filesystem on SSD

If I run a Virtual Machine, and I enabled all SSD related tweaks on the Host machine (disabled journalling, enabled trim, etc) do I still need to apply the same tweaks for the Guest machine? I could ...
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Windows 7 and Windows XP on an SSD+HDD setup?

I'm about to build a new gaming PC for the first time in seven years, and I'm a bit rusty, so I thought I'd ask the community here some advice on the OS side of things before committing some cardinal ...
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Windows 8.1 fails to optimize System Reserved partition

I have Windows 8.1 Professional x64 running from a 256GB OCZ Vertex 4 SSD. Windows has divided the drive in to two partitions: System Reserved (350MB NTFS) C: (238.13GB NTFS) Whenever Windows ...
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How do I choose an SSD drive that does not require TRIM support?

Apple has decided to implement kext-signing in core services on startup (as of Yosemite and for the unknown future?). This creates issues for SSDs that require TRIM support for optimal function and ...
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Does Windows 7 support TRIM for Spanned Dynamic Disks?

Windows 7 supports TRIM for an individual SSD, but does it work with two SSDs merged together as a Spanned Dynamic Disk? "Dynamic Disk" is Microsoft's proprietary version of LVM.The equivalent ...
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ffmpeg generates videos with start time greater than 0

I'm trying to cut videos with ffmpeg. I know how to do it in the "normal way": ffmpeg -i test.mp4 -ss 0 -t 6 -c:v libx264 -profile:v main -level 3.1 -preset medium -crf 20 -r 25 -b:v 1200k -minrate ...
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fstrim trimming a lot of bytes, don't think I did that much deletion

Recently I install a SSD on my Linux Mint 17.1 system. I configured the common things like io scheduler to be noop, mount /tmp and /var/log over tmpf, running fstrim for both root and home partitions ...
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What happens if I execute fstrim for a HDD instead of SSD?

Sorry for my not so good English. I'm preparing a Xubuntu 12.04 Clonezilla image for rapid deployment to new PCs in my company. PCs we are buying may have either HDD or SSD drives. My boss requested ...
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Bitlocker with 2 SSDs in RAID 0 - Does TRIM function?

I've found that in Windows 7 and 8 if you have one of the newer versions of Intel Rapid Storage Technology the TRIM command is passed to SSDs in a RAID configuration (see here for example ...
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Fast & Accurate trimming of small parts from mp4 files

I am looking for a method to quickly trim around 2 frames from the edges of mp4 files. Using ffmpeg I am able to do that with the following, however i'd like something faster: ffmpeg -y -i myVid.mp4 ...
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Can a TRIM capable SSD be used on a non-TRIM system and transferred to a TRIM capable machine for maintenance?

My current system has a slow hard drive, through a PATA interface. SATA interface is not an option. I am planning to replace the HDD with an mSATA SSD through a PATA adapter, though this will not ...
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SandForce SF-1200: Is it worth secure-erasing to recover from performance degradation?

I have an OCZ Agility 3, 120 GB in a Windows 8.1 system. The drive is well used and only has a sequential write speed of about 80-90MB/s left. My question is: is it worth going through the trouble ...
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Chop everything after the first 30 seconds of MP3s on mp3splt-gtk 0.9.2

Chop everything after the first 30 seconds of MP3s on mp3splt-gtk 0.9.2, so I would like for my whole batch within the file of Mp3s to be only the first 30 seconds of the song, and everything else ...
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TRIM on non-SSD RAID?

A server has been experiencing temporary lockups (1-8 minutes) for some time and I recently found they have been corresponding to VSS snapshots lately. Through event logs I was able to determine that ...
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How do I silence part of an audio file using sox?

I have recordings that should have sections of 30 seconds (or so) excluded from the file. Currently, we just trim those sections out: sox -V1 file.wav -e signed-integer -r 8000 -c 2 -t wav temp.wav ...
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PCI-Express RAID Controllers with TRIM Support

I've an AMD Athlon computer with Windows 7 and I'd like to set up an SSD Raid 0. Are there any PCIe RAID controllers with TRIM support available on the market? The only thing in this are that I've ...
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Win7/Server2008: Automatic differences SSD/HDD installation

It is said that a new installed Win7/2008 has "some" settings different if it was installed on a SSD than they would be on a HDD. Do someone have a reliable statement on what exactly is different? I ...
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SanDisk SSD, Builtin Background Garbage Collection

Looking at the spec sheet of the SSD's that come in my laptop: SanDisk (X110) http://www.sandisk.com/Assets/docs/X110_data_sheet.pdf It states "Background garbage collection" and "Support for TRIM" ...