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I BADLY need to run trim on all SSD volume. Is fstrim the command for this?



I found recently that a couple of ssds in an all ssd volume were bad. Or so i thought!


As soon as i got the 3 1tb drives in windows i saw they were at 49% not optimized for trim!

no wonder i was getting 500 read and 10 write speeds from these drives.

Then in windows when i Optimized or Trimmed them fully, put back into my Syno my read writes are 550/550!


So now my question is, what do i do about the current main (only) and mounted Volume1 which is all ssd?


I'm hearing some just run the fstrim command to manually trim but it must be for entire volumes or storage pools so.



Would i use this fstrim command to TRIM a storage pool? Anyone?  I really need to TRIM! My disks aren't synology supported! 






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