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  Related to optimize the use of Btrfs file system on SSD
  Add Date : 2016-04-14      
  Optimization mount options

Btrfs SSD mount on Linux, can be used to optimize various parameters:

UUID = / btrfs defaults, ssd, discard, noatime, compress = lzo, subvol = @ 01
These parameters have advantages and disadvantages, as appropriate, Add.


btrfs file system optimized for SSD, you can join in ssd mount parameter. This parameter does not automatically enable TRIM / discard.


Through the following command to confirm whether the SSD supports TRIM:

sudohdparm-I / dev / sdX | grep TRIM
* DataSetManagement TRIM supported (limit 8 blocks)
If the SSD supports TRIM command, you can enable the discard parameter in / etc / fstab in. Recommended to discard mount options as the preferred. According to the debian wiki, including a number of SSD Samsung, Micron, ICR of including in the discard / TRIM in question, can not properly handle TRIM command. The following is a linux kernel source code of the relevant (2015/10/15):

/ * Devices that do not properly handle queued TRIM commands * /
{ "Micron_M500_ *", NULL, ATA_HORKAGE_NO_NCQ_TRIM |
{ "Crucial_CT * M500 *", NULL, ATA_HORKAGE_NO_NCQ_TRIM |
{ "Micron_M5 [15] 0_ *", "MU01", ATA_HORKAGE_NO_NCQ_TRIM |
{ "Crucial_CT * M550 *", "MU01", ATA_HORKAGE_NO_NCQ_TRIM |
{ "Crucial_CT * MX100 *", "MU01", ATA_HORKAGE_NO_NCQ_TRIM |
/ * Devices that do not properly handle TRIM commands * /
{ "SuperSSpeed ​​S238 *", NULL, ATA_HORKAGE_NOTRIM,},
This parameter is not required to be periodically run fstrim custom command to replace the parameter, before using this command to confirm SSD supports TRIM, or may cause data loss. This parameter is not required when the SSD has enough free space or (unallocated) space available.


Mount options can be added noatime, to reduce unnecessary write operations by prohibiting access to records updated to improve performance. This option also has HDD performance. btrfs default configuration for relatime.


Open compression under normal circumstances help to improve transmission performance (not absolute), can also save storage space. Mount adding the following parameters:

compress = lzo
compress = zlib
lzo faster, zlib compression rate higher. Note SSD controller to confirm whether the non-compressed master, if it is not recommended to join the main compression parameter.

Write cache

If the SSD with cache, enable Write Cache can improve performance: Disks -> Drive Setting -> Enable Write Cache, but in the case of sudden power failure could cause data loss.

I / O scheduler

SSD Unlike traditional hard disk structure, addressing a short time, I / O scheduling algorithm to choose noop reduce latency. Following command to view and modify the dispatcher:

cat / sys / block / sdX / queue / scheduler # sdX refers to your device
sudotee / sys / block / sdX / queue / scheduler <<< noop
Note that the above method is not lasting, it will reset after the restart. If the SSD is the only system storage device, consider setting I / O scheduler via elevator = noop kernel parameters. Udev rules can also be used to modify the scheduler on multiple storage devices equally effective:

/etc/udev/rules.d/60-ssd-scheduler.rules # create the file
Document reads as follows:

# Set deadline scheduler for non-rotating disks
ACTION == "add | change", KERNEL == "sd [a-z]", ATTR {queue / rotational} == "0", ATTR {queue / scheduler} = "noop"
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