I have a Late 2011 Mac Book Pro with 256GB SSD, and I run a lot of virtual machines and apps that do disk io, database, development environment, application servers. I usually only have about 15GB of free disk space on this machine.
I know that SSD drives are have a limited number of writes, is there a utility on Mac OSX that can tell me how "used up" my SSD. The machine seems to be getting solwer and if my SSD is getting to used I will get a new SSD.
APPLE SSD TS256C: Capacity: 251 GB (251,000,193,024 bytes) Model: APPLE SSD TS256C Revision: CJAA0201 Serial Number: X17A40U7K6LK Native Command Queuing: No Removable Media: No Detachable Drive: No BSD Name: disk0 Medium Type: Solid State TRIM Support: Yes Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table) S.M.A.R.T. status: Verified Volumes: disk0s1: Capacity: 209.7 MB (209,715,200 bytes) BSD Name: disk0s1 Content: EFI Macintosh HD: Capacity: 250.14 GB (250,140,434,432 bytes) Available: 23.48 GB (23,483,908,096 bytes) Writable: Yes File System: Journaled HFS+ BSD Name: disk0s2 Mount Point: / Content: Apple_HFS Recovery HD: Capacity: 650 MB (650,002,432 bytes) BSD Name: disk0s3 Content: Apple_Boot