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  • JEBjames
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    Michael

    Typo

    "like Google too many NVMe storage devices can slow the shutdown/reboot process."

    maybe "like Google noticing that too many NVMe storage devices can slow the shutdown/reboot process."‚Äč

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  • schmidtbag
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    I'm kind of surprised this hasn't been a thing a decade ago. Seems obvious enough that I just assumed it was already set up this way, but I've never shut down a system with more than 8 mounted drives, and they were in RAID so it's not like it makes sense to asynchronously shut them down. So, I've never really encountered this being an issue.

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  • phoronix
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    A New Attempt At Async Device Shutdown Support For Linux

    Phoronix: A New Attempt At Async Device Shutdown Support For Linux

    Asynchronous device shutdown support for the Linux kernel has been pursued in the past as with hyperscalers like Google too many NVMe storage devices can slow the shutdown/reboot process. Red Hat on Wednesday submitted a new patch series aiming to implement async device shutdown support...

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