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posted by RayeR(R) Homepage, CZ, 27.07.2017, 19:28

> BTW, tools like ZEROFILL or FILL-0 should
> *not* be used to clean solid state disks. From the SSD controller's
> perspective, such action would mark the entire drive as being "used",
> and consequently decrease it's write performance.

We would need to program a DOS trim tool for SSDs. Maybe some code of zerofill could be reused for searching empty all clusters (I didn't checked how it works / on what level) and then send proper ATA trim command to sectors that have to be discarded...

DOS gives me freedom to unlimited HW access.


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