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I've made the mistake of mounting the /tmp directory as a btrfs subvolume. The problem is that systemd-tmpfiles won't clean it. How can I delete the /tmp subvolume and fix this? I'm new to filesystems, specially btrfs, and don't know much about how tmpfs and systemd(except for creating simple services) work.

Thanks in advance.

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Deleting the subvolume and removing its entry in /etc/fstab fixed.

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