Work is ongoing to support Linux on newer Macs, and NVMe updates are currently under review. This will make it easier to double Linux and MacOS.
NVMe is a protocol used by Apple for PCIe solid state drives. It replaces the older Advanced Host Controller Interface (AHCI). On Tuesday, three NVMe patches were sent to the Linux kernel to handle Mac SSDs using this protocol.
On Apple 2018 systems and later, their size / handling of I / O queues is rare, and in other areas NVMe does not comply with specifications. These patches take care of it, but hopefully do not expect existing NVMe control support.
Some issues with the code were raised, but if all goes well, we can see this support potentially added to the Linux 5.4 core circuit later this year. 19659006]
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