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  • cjcox
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    I think we need more info. I'll admit, I don't have a gazillion NVMe drives, so maybe it is a problem with that specific driver (?). In which case, Google seems to be on top of it.

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  • cynic
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    Hey Google, I can help you!
    I can send you some 1GB 5400RPM spinning rust and solve your problem and you give me back some NVME drives...

    thank me later...

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  • Google Has A Problem With Linux Server Reboots Too Slow Due To Too Many NVMe Drives

    Phoronix: Google Has A Problem With Linux Server Reboots Too Slow Due To Too Many NVMe Drives

    Hyperscaler problems these days? Linux servers taking too long to reboot due to having too many NVMe drives. Thankfully Google is working on an improvement to address this where some of their many-drive servers can take more than one minute for the Linux kernel to carry out its shutdown tasks while this work may benefit other users too albeit less notably...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...-Too-Many-NVMe
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