suppose I have 2 btrfs filesystems: one mounted on /mnt/big spanning across /dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd the other mounted on /mnt/small on a single drive: /dev/sde How would I shrink the ...
I have a USB HDD. I want to mount it with compression enabled. I can do in the fstab of my system or even using udev rules. The problem is that I won't mount my USB HDD on my computer only. Up to ...
Backgroud: Running XBian (Debian ARM distribution for Raspberry Pi), which uses BTRFS. I fragged my system and decided to start over. However, I ripped the image from the root filesystem device before ...
I can't seem to find an answer to this so I thought I would ask here: In /etc/fstab and when using the mount command in ext4 you would add the option discard to activate TRIM on an SSD. Similarly ...
Let's say you have a btrfs root filesystem on an online system. You want to revert the filesystem to an earlier state, of which you have a snapshot: remount /dev/sdaX / -o remount,subvol=snapshots/Y ...
As far as I understand, the snapshots made by btrfs subvolume snapshot are writable by default and are visible at a certain path under the mountpoint of your btrfs volume. How to setup the system so ...