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  • aviallon
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    There is approximately a 100% chance that it doesn't work on consumer SSDs…

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  • Anux
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    Interesting, does any hardware (I guess M.2 SSDs?) support this? How would I check?

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  • bezirg
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    I still wonder where are all the devices with nvme zns support.

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  • varikonniemi
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    Is this something like halfway on the path to ZNS ?

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  • Linux Patch Posted For NVMe Flexible Data Placement (FDP)

    Phoronix: Linux Patch Posted For NVMe Flexible Data Placement (FDP)

    A patch has been posted by Samsung engineers for implementing Flexible Data Placement (FDP) support within the Linux kernel's NVMe driver code. NVMe FDP allows for the host system to have more control over the placement of logical blocks on the storage device...

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