Will do, though I'd like to have a funcional backup strategy first, and some integration with the init hook. Although I have no idea when I'll be able to get around to it Serafean
on 04/10/2013 – Made popular on 04/10/2013
Even if all your partitions are btrfs subvolumes, you still have to tell the kernel/initramfs which partition to mount as your rootfs. This is typically done with a kernel command line parameter. So if your root is in fact the root of the btrfs filesystem, it would be rootflags=subvolid=0. Though this can also be done by setting a default /. Something like "btrfs subvo
I performed a standard Debian install using wheezy/testing netinst iso for amd64. After the install completed I booted into a live environment so that I could snapshot the root as a btrfs subvolume named 'root'. To do so I renamed the /root directory to /rootuser temporarily however I am not able to move /rootuser back to /root in the new subvolume.