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Bug#840248: debian-installer: Add btrfs subvolume setting for snapshot

On 10/11/2016 11:40 PM, Nicholas D Steeves wrote:
> So far, the plan is to default to simple @rootfs and @home subvolumes,
> because I've read that backing up OpenSUSE systems is cumbersome with
> all of those subvolumes, and also because of the KISS principle; [...]

FWIW, given that I just encountered this myself: rescue(-mode) will need
a fix in this case because by default it mounts the top-level, which
means that the actual chroot is one level down. Although I guess setting
the default subvolume id to the one of whatever you call @rootfs should
also fix this.

Kind regards
Philipp Kern

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