I have a snapshot that I'd like to delete:
04:03:21::mlissner@pounamu::~ ↪ sudo btrfs subvolume list / ID 257 gen 267078 top level 5 path @badroot ID 258 gen 267151 top level 5 path @home ID 422 gen 267151 top level 5 path @
The one called @badroot is bad and must go. But:
04:03:23::mlissner@pounamu::~ ↪ sudo btrfs subvolume delete \@badroot ERROR: error accessing '@badroot' 04:03:31::mlissner@pounamu::~
So I don't know where to proceed. I tried reading the help file:
↪ sudo btrfs subvolume delete --help usage: btrfs subvolume delete <subvolume> [<subvolume>...] Delete subvolume(s)
But that's useless too. Perhaps the kind people of the Internet have ideas.