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
I've recently converted an ext4 filesystem with 2.5TB of data to btrfs and I would like to have that data, now residing in the root of the filesystem (subvolid 0) in a subvolume so the subvolume can be snapshotted on a regular basis.
I'm new to using Btrfs and I'd like some opinion on the best way to move this data and I haven't found any specific info on standard practice in this situation a
I encounter the following problem, which I already submitted as the bug report wrong interpretation of btrfs(-default)-subvolume
The relevant part of the bug report:
OS-partition is BTRFS on /dev/sda OR (hd0,msdos1)
(only subvolumes in the root of this partition!)
I have a fresh install of Debian8 on the subvolume /root.
(GRUB's config is in /root/boot/grub)
I put an old ubuntu install