I am using XFS at the moment and I will put here a few filesystem related tools, for my own future use. The Arch Linux wiki has good documentation.

To repair:

umount /dev/sda3
xfs_repair -v /dev/sda3

To check fragmentation:

xfs_db -c frag -r /dev/sda3

To defragment:

xfs_fsr /dev/sda3

XFS is among the recommended filesystems for use with SSD, supporting TRIM. In addition, XFS has had relatime as the default atime behaviour for a long time.

2 Comments on “XFS”

  1. […] ended up reformatting the whole SSD and making a clean install of Slackware. I chose XFS without changing the default settings. I may do this after I read some more. The system has been […]

  2. […] use XFS for my SSD and the partitions are mounted with default settings in /etc/fstab. Instead of using the discard […]

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