This is a tracking bug for Change: Enable fstrim.timer by default
For more details, see: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/EnableFSTrimTimer
Enabling fstrim.timer will cause fstrim.service to execute weekly, which in turn executes /usr/sbin/fstrim --fstab --verbose --quiet
The fstrim command informs physical storage device's firmware about unused blocks. And this hinting can make wear leveling and block erasure more efficient.
90-default.preset set to enable fstrim.timer
util-linux has been updated to %triggerpostun for fedora < 32
This feature is code complete and testable (once the above two packages get updated in Rawhide).
Branching Fedora 32 Changes from rawhide. Today is the Code Complete (testable) deadline. Please make sure your bug status is set appropriately:
Complete (testable) -> MODIFIED
Complete (100% code complete) -> ON_QA (deadline is 25 February)
If you need to defer this change until Fedora 33, please set the version back to 'rawhide'.
Fedora 32 is released!