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revised Restoring performance and estimating life of a used SSD drive?
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comment Restoring performance and estimating life of a used SSD drive?
I believe all that does is write a very large file of zero to your SSD. You can achieve the save results by doing cat /dev/zero > /tmp/bigfile.
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comment Executing PHP script from command-line
@JGB1486 I don't know if either of them are "best practice". If I had to guess it would think that calling the .php via the interpreter would be the "best", since it's more portable (I would assume that same applies for python). The only reason to prepend the #!... stuff to be beginning of the file is if you need to call as a normal shell script (ie including it in /usr/local/bin).
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comment Executing PHP script from command-line
@amphetamachine good catch
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comment Executing PHP script from command-line
Probably the easiest way to find out the answer is to try it. Post up your findings.
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