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Thread: fstrim: FITRIM ioctl failed: Bad file descriptor

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    heyjoe NNTP User

    Default Re: fstrim: FITRIM ioctl failed: Bad file descriptor

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Been around for awhile (I see on Leap 42.3), just use to be a weekly cron job (well on btrfs because that's what I use)...
    Then how come it shows in my logs just after upgrading to Leap 15? This system was initially running 13.2 and upgraded when next versions were released.

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    Default Re: fstrim: FITRIM ioctl failed: Bad file descriptor

    Quote Originally Posted by heyjoe View Post
    Then how come it shows in my logs just after upgrading to Leap 15? This system was initially running 13.2 and upgraded when next versions were released.
    Hi
    Have no idea, never upgrade my openSUSE systems (Well, I do for SLES/SLED/Tumbleweed), it is the default now, maybe that's why.
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