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It is not big problem, but it will be really better to manage, if I can re-number it and all holes are gone.

So numeration will be again 1,2,3 and instead of 17,99 and so on.

  # | Type   | Pre # | Date                          | User | Used Space | Cleanup | Description      | Userdata
----+--------+-------+-------------------------------+------+------------+---------+------------------+---------
 0  | single |       |                               | root |            |         |                  |         
17* | single |       | Wed 13 Sep 2023 04:55:19 EEST | root |   8.55 MiB |         |                  |         
99  | single |       | Wed 13 Sep 2023 06:06:31 EEST | root |  21.70 MiB |         |                  | 


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The steps to do it (renaming 17 to 1):

  1. edit the file /.snapshots/17/info.xml using sudo
  2. search the tag <num> and replace the number 17 with 1;
  3. sudo mv /.snapshots/17 /.snapshots/1

You're done!

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  • It looks as a working solution. It can be necessary to edit grub-snapshot.cfg if number is used there as well. Great!
    – Maxim
    Sep 25, 2023 at 21:50

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