I have a ~500GB SSD and I want to read/write on it from both of Windows and Linux.
As far as I know, there are three choices for file system of shared drives: FAT32, NTFS and exFAT.
- FAT32: Not an option because of absence of large file support
- NTFS: Supports large file but ntfs-3g does not support trim(discard)
- exFAT: Supports large file, too, and no idea about trim support in Linux(exfat-fuse)
I've heard that trim command is very important for better lifetime of SSD. So, which filesystem should I use for shared SSD? If exfat-fuse does not support trim either, is there other option for me?