Jan Engelhardt wrote:
On Monday 2017-01-23 13:56, Ludwig Nussel wrote:
Thorsten Kukuk wrote:
3. Don't create something outside the
snapshot subvolume, this
will not survive the next reboot.
That has implications for /opt. It cannot be used by rpms anymore.
How so? Is /opt not snapshotted? If not, why is it treated different than /usr
in this regard?
/opt is created as separate subvolume by default. As such out of
sync with the rpm db.
I don't know the exact reason but the difference between /opt and
/usr is that /opt allows admins to put files bypassing package
management. If /opt wasn't separate rollbacks would potentially also
roll back (non-rpm'd) 3rd party software which may be surprising.
(o_ Ludwig Nussel
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