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Just so I can understand the scope, what's that in Library of Congresses?
Covert Operation Collecting Knowledge, or COCK for short? Which clearly would not be the same as spying.
The eye of justice is always watching.
Windows 8 still includes the TRIM operation on deletes. It also includes the TRIM in the new 'defrag' tool.
The defrag tool isn't sending TRIMs, the file system is. The file system sends TRIMs for clusters that get freed for any reason. One reason a cluster would get freed is of course the file gets deleted. But another reason is that the file gets defragged. Say there's a request from the defrag tool to move a particular file VCN from LCN1 to LCN2. Then in the same transaction LCN2 gets allocated by the file system and LCN1 gets freed, and so LCN1 can now be TRIM'd. All of this is being performed inside the file system completely transparent to the application. The only application that explicitly sends a TRIM is format, which sends a TRIM for the entire volume.
Apparently in Ubuntu it's now RALT-SYSRQ-K which I haven't tried. But ALT+SYSRQ+R-E-I-S-U-B works wonders during a hard lockup where CTRL+ALT+F2 doesn't function.
Another useful one is ALT+SYSRQ+R-E-I-S-E-R which kills the current process.