Thorsten Kukuk wrote:
"best practice" is always special and not
If you want to use snapshots and rollback, your "best practice" is
a bad choice and you need to find a new "best practice", which works
together with snapshots, rollback and your requirements.
I wouldn't assume that '/var'
is on a root volume -- mine has never been
If you use btrfs with snasphots and rollback, it is always on
the root volume.
"Best practices" wouldn't apply to someone using brtfs considering the
ongoing problems people post to open-suse. I can't see it being ready for
a production system or one that one wants to "keep up" and have 24x7 uptime.
NOTE: this seems to already be a problem. Anyone who tries to
update their system or software with Yast, *CAN'T* because the "presumed"
snapshot ability doesn't seem to get installed with upgrades.
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