Yah, just read the udev rules and its setting the noop scheduler for ssd.
Here is a wiki page about SSD on debian:Quote
Since wheezy all tools should automatically align filesystems and partitions to the 4096 byte page size.[/quote]
The default I/O scheduler queues data to minimize seeks on HDDs, which is not necessary for SSDs. Thus, use the deadline scheduler that just ensures bulk transactions won't slow down small transactions: Install sysfsutils and echo "block/sdX/queue/scheduler = deadline" >> /etc/sysfs.conf (adjust sdX to match your SSD) reboot or echo deadline > /sys/block/sdX/queue/scheduler
This is what i would do if i had a SSD on the NAS.
Is it available on the github? Just in case in have some free time
Glad to see the project is doing good
My NAs dies a couple of days ago... i've been using freenas with ZFS since i added the initial support for it...back in 2008.
I'm going to do a fresh install and decided to give OMV a try.
I do need something similar to ZFS and was wondering if there is any plan to support brtfs/ZFS? Is there any WIP ?