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Re: [opensuse-factory] Re: btrfs /var changes
On Sat, 2018-01-27 at 09:26 +0100, Achim Gratz wrote:
Achim Gratz writes:
Thorsten Kukuk writes:
Everybody not having /@ should do a fresh installation asap if
he
plans to use snapshots or rollback ...

How should I check

To answer that part of my own question:

$ sudo btrfs subvolume list /
ID 257 gen 1112 top level 5 path @
ID 258 gen 225988 top level 257 path @/.snapshots
ID 259 gen 225990 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/1/snapshot
ID 260 gen 2508 top level 257 path @/boot/grub2/i386-pc
ID 261 gen 220922 top level 257 path @/boot/grub2/x86_64-efi
ID 262 gen 206044 top level 257 path @/opt
ID 263 gen 225942 top level 257 path @/srv
ID 264 gen 225988 top level 257 path @/tmp
ID 265 gen 225959 top level 257 path @/usr/local
ID 266 gen 225974 top level 257 path @/var/cache
ID 267 gen 206044 top level 257 path @/var/crash
ID 268 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/libvirt/images
ID 269 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/machines
ID 270 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/mailman
ID 271 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/mariadb
ID 272 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/mysql
ID 273 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/named
ID 274 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/pgsql
ID 275 gen 225990 top level 257 path @/var/log
ID 276 gen 206044 top level 257 path @/var/opt
ID 277 gen 225987 top level 257 path @/var/spool
ID 278 gen 225974 top level 257 path @/var/tmp
ID 1030 gen 220891 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/560/snapshot
ID 1036 gen 220921 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/561/snapshot
ID 1037 gen 221156 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/562/snapshot
ID 1039 gen 221165 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/563/snapshot
ID 1041 gen 221679 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/564/snapshot
ID 1042 gen 221687 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/565/snapshot
ID 1043 gen 223958 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/566/snapshot
ID 1044 gen 223966 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/567/snapshot
ID 1045 gen 224307 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/568/snapshot
ID 1046 gen 224309 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/569/snapshot
ID 1047 gen 224439 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/570/snapshot
ID 1048 gen 224440 top level 258 path
@/.snapshots/571/snapshot

ID 1049 gen 225941 top level 258 path
@/.snapshots/572/snapshot

ID 1050 gen 225951 top level 258 path
@/.snapshots/573/snapshot


So, the latest re-install already got me the @ subvalome that was
talked
about.


and why is a re-install my only option?

So, whatever I could follow from the French guide, I should already
have
the correct (previous) rootfs structure. I've never did a rollback
on
this installation, so I still have the first snapshot as default:

$ sudo btrfs subvolume get-default /
ID 259 gen 226013 top level 258 path
@/.snapshots/1/snapshot



So, if I wanted to try the conversion I'd remove all snapshots except
the default one and then boot into a current live Tumbleweed and then
follow along with the things done in that guide?


Regards,
Achim.
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I just installed my system on the 22th and according to this I need to
do a reinstall?! What are my options here? What is this conversion
that you have mentioned? I got on the mailing list only a couple of
days ago and must have missed something.

Thank you
Jeffrey
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