I just upgraded to an SSD (obviously a HUGE speed increase) and now I'm tweaking it to make sure it stays fast.

I'm used to putting the swap partition on the same drive as the root partition. However I came across this:


Quote Originally Posted by dcstar
The bottom-line seems to be that all of your partitions on a Linux SSD should be EXTx (or whatever else supports TRIM in Linux) otherwise you could virtually have a no-TRIM drive after some time.
I enabled TRIM on the ext4 root partition. There's no way to enable TRIM (the "discard" mount option) on the swap partition as swap partition types don't support it.

Should I move the swap partition off the SSD?