I upgraded my hard drive to a NVMe, and this really a game changer as openSUSE now is blazing fast at booting and loading KDE… but there is a major problem I encountered: whenever my laptop wakes up from sleep, the system hangs showing this kind of errors
BTRFS error (device nvme0n1p2): bdev /dev/nvme0n1p2 errs: wr 443, rd 15, flush 0, corrupt 0, gen 0
and I can only reboot after.
At first I thought it’s a BTRFS bug, but in fact all other partitions (EFI and Ntfs for Windows) have the same problem. openSUSE can’t detect the drive anymore after sleep.
I did some testing with other systems and so far it happens with only openSUSE and Fedora booted from a live cd (here where I discovered that the drive disappears). In Windows, Mint Live and Neon Live, no problem detected.
The drive is correctly connected and the system and firmwares are up to date.
I fiddled with these boot options (from Reddit and other forums) but none of them works:
pcie_aspm=off nvme_core.default_ps_max_latency_us=0 acpiphp.disable=1 nvme.max_host_mem_size_mb=0
Only when I just found a remedy for my main openSUSE grip which is slow boot, here iam stuck again… Can’t I just be a happy lizard???