Manually trim SSD

sudo fstrim -v /
Trims left over file system data from SSD. This can be set as a mount option, but then IO performance decreases. I prefer to trim in a batch either on boot or every few weeks.
Sample Output
/: 372 GiB (399476387840 bytes) trimmed

2019-07-16 23:41:56

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