PCIe Sata II adapter and ssd TRIM
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Hi!

I've just received and installed the PCIe Sata adapter into my RockPro64. It is connected to a Samsung Evo860 Sata SSD. The problem is that when I do a trim (for exmaple, "fstrim -va") it takes a long time and generates lots of error messages (see https://pastebin.com/5EARFYTk). Has anybody experienced this? I am using the latest Ayufan 5.2 kernel and the ssd works properly (if I connect it through a JMicron usb3 to sata adapter, the trim works fine and the performances are very similar to the one I can see with the PCIe to sata adapter).

Thanks for any feedback and suggestions!
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