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Discussion in 'macOS' started by rtrt, Nov 20, 2010.
Yes it is the last access time and not really sure where it is stored on OS X but in Linux/Windows it is part of the stored metadata of the file allocation table or FAT as you often read it shortened as, brief explanation below from a quick Google search on it.
Spotlight can use last opened attribute to put files / folder on top of searches.
You don't really need to optimize SSD (if you get a drive that takes care of trim). It's just some tech voodoo. You don't have to worry about it too much.
Your welcome if you go to Anandtech link below there are a few words in there about OS X and its lack of trim, reading the article and the comments about it I came to the conclusion as the other poster has don't worry about it the drive should last awhile without it. Personnaly what I have done is every once and a while clone my SSD to an external drive boot off that then format the SSD and clone back, mine lacks any sort of garbage collection.
i agree. i think they will skirt the trim issue by using gc instead. it gives them a way to distance themselves from seeming to follow ms as a trendsetting company too