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Re: [opensuse-factory] Re: btrfs /var changes
  • From: John Janus <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2018 10:57:41 +0100
  • Message-id: <9310796.pNxrpNqYPc@loki>
I filed a bug yesterday concerning the Tumbleweed Installer.
I experienced the same problem with no @ subvolume and various subvolumes
under /var.
For me it depended upon the choice whether to work with the suggestion made by
the installer or the actual partition layout.
I normally choose to define my own layout, as I have a seperate /home
partition I keep between installs. When trying that, however, I noticed that
the installer would use the old subvolume structure (multiple subvolumes under
/var, no @).
When using the suggestion and changing that to my needs by removing all
unnecessary partitions, i got the “correct” structure.
I had to manually delete my root btrfs via the rescuesystem for this to work,

Am Sonntag, 28. Januar 2018, 19:46:54 CET schrieb Achim Gratz:
Jeffrey Harris writes:
That is correct. It also does not have the @/ directory, that would
lead me to assume the installer I used (full DVD download from 1/22/18)
must have had a regression or used a previous installer in it. I would
like to be able to use the snapshot feature of btrfs. If I need to do
a reinstall I will but I would love to try a fix.

My best guess is that you actually installed Leap, not Tumbleweed?
Otherwise I'll have to leave your question to the folks providing the
install DVD images.


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