hd device remounted with commit=600
I'm using Slackware 14 on a laptop, with xfce as DE. I noticed that every time I start an X session, the option "commit=600" is added to the mount parameters specified in fstab for my root device. What is responsible of such a change? I experimented it when battery powered, I haven't tried on AC yet.
thanks a lot!!
From the mount man...
Sync all data and metadata every nrsec seconds. The default value is 5 seconds. Zero means default"
Have a look at this URL too
thanks, but I know what that option does. What I don't know is which process (re)sets the mount options (remounting my root disc), adding commit as a parameter.
My defaults in fstab are:
defaults,noatime,discard (it's a ssd).
When I run xfce, they suddenly become
It depends on /usr/lib64/pm-utils/power.d/journal-commit (from package pm-utils).
You can override it in e.g. /etc/pm/config.d/_my-sample-file_ with two entries:
Hi! yes, that's definetly the culprit. Thanks a lot for your answer, I'll go messing around with pm-utils :)
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