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LaunchDaemons won't execute .plist file on boot (noatime for SSD)


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Hi,

I just installed an Intel 320 Series 160gb SSD in my late 2008 aluminum macbook. I am trying to disable access times on files from being updated but I can't figure out why this .plist file will not execute on boot up. I put the file in /Library/LaunceDaemons and set the files permissions correctly but I have tried everything with no success, I'm stuck. I don't see any errors in the console for com.my.noatime.plist.

Here's some files in the directory for reference:
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 568 Aug 25 2010 com.microsoft.office.licensing.helper.plist
-rw-r--r--@ 1 root wheel 492 Nov 29 00:09 com.my.noatime.plist
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 567 Jul 13 13:59 com.parallels.desktop.launchdaemon.plist

I can run:
PHP Code:
sudo launchctl load com.my.noatime.plist

mount
/dev/disk0s2 on / (hfslocaljournalednoatime)

sudo launchctl unload com.my.noatime.plist 
Doing it manually this way works but when I reboot the computer the noatime flag doesn't appear with the mount command. I've tried everything, any suggestions?? Thanks.
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