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Mon Sep 23 17:39:05 UTC 2013
On Sep 23, 2013, at 9:44 AM, Gene Czarcinski <gene at czarc.net> wrote:
> How about the reuse of btrfs subvolumes?
It is possible to reuse btrfs subvolumes for mount points other than root. Root requires a new subvolume.
> It seems to me that the only way to do that is to delete the subvolume and then reallocate it which is precisely what I do in my KVM kickstart installs. I first bootup in rescue mode and delete the old root subvolume and then reboot to do the install. I probably need to figure out out a pre-install script which will do that.
No need to delete the previous subvolume unless you want to delete the installation contained on it.
> Is this worth an RFE? I am thinking of an RFE for kickstart. I assume (I have not tried it) that I can reuse an subvolume by first deleting and "reclaiming" the space from a regular install.
Reuse is inconsistent with delete, but yes you can't reuse an existing subvolume for rootfs for a new install.
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