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Re: best way to correct (possibly) outdated information on wiki.debian.org

On Sun 30 Dec 2018 at 16:02:17 +0100, Andrea Borgia wrote:

> Il 30/12/18 15:48, Roberto C. Sánchez ha scritto:
> > I would leave the bug report open.  If it is a problem, the maintainer
> > may add the example back to the package.  If it was removed by upstream
> > or there was some other intentional reason for the removal, he is likely
> > to comment on it and close the report.
> There is an extremely minor difference between the old example and the
> current service definition: the former had "fstrim -av" (all fs) and the
> latter has "fstrim -Av" (fstab only). Might be relevant, might be not.
There is probably no need for an example file now that #889668 is closed.
Incidentally - you opened the report, so you can close it; especially if
you think it will save someone some work.
> >    To do such and such, refer to such and such example.  As of util-linux
> >    version this example is no longer provided.  An
> >    alternate approach is blah blah blah.  Or refer to an older version of
> >    the package for the referenced example.
> > 
> > Anyhow, you get the idea.
> Unfortunately, I have no clue precisely when the change happened since the
> system was upgraded from stable to testing to support the new Ryzen CPU.

>From the changelog:

util-linux (2.31.1-0.3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Install fstrim.timer and fstrim.service without enabling it by default
    (for now), see discussion in #732054 (Closes: #889668)

 -- Laurent Bigonville <bigon@debian.org>  Wed, 14 Feb 2018 10:32:51 +0100

> Anyhow, I do get the idea: once I'm registered logged in, I'll try to be as
> specific as possible.

>From the wiki:

 > sudo cp /usr/share/doc/util-linux/examples/fstrim.{service,timer} /etc/systemd/system


   Not needed on buster because......

would look to fit the bill.


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