I read a lot of posts on SSD wear and full disk encryption awhile back. Many are dated or conflicting, but the general consensus seemed to be that full disk encryption through LUKS or another full disk encryption software doesn't add significant wear to modern SSDs. However, a lot of information beyond that seemed to be all over the place.
I read some things here and there that made it seem like using home folder encryption for user accounts on Linux might add additional wear on an SSD, especially if the SSD was already running full disk encryption. The same with other encrypted files, such as large Truecrypt/Veracrypt containers.
I'm considering adding other user accounts to a Debian 10 install on a Samsung 860 EVO with LUKs full disk encryption, so I'm thinking about setting up home folder encryption (mostly to keep other users from snooping in other people's home folders). Will it add significant wear to my SSD or is it a non-issue? I would appreciate feedback as well as any relevant comments about the current state of encryption wear on modern SSDs.