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For raid1, does btrfs check which partitions are on the same device?

I have btrfs on two partitions using btrfs's raid1 mode: /dev/sda3 /dev/sdb3 Now I plan to run btrfs device add /dev/sda2 /dev/sdb2, so I'll have four partitions: /dev/sda2 /dev/sda3 /dev/sdb2 ...
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btrfs: one whole device + one partition on another device (no data-mirroring), viable?

Currently, /home claims 880G of a 1TB drive. Photos are eating this up quickly, so I want to add a 1TB drive I have lying around to the computer to expand /home. I figured I could use btrfs (I don't ...
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should I put my multi-device btrfs filesystem on disk partitions or raw devices?

If I'm going to create a multi-device btrfs filesystem. The official recommendation from the documentation apppears to be to create it on raw devices; i.e. /dev/sdb, /dev/sdc, etc, but this is not ...
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Accidently put BtrFS on plain device - how to revert?

On a fresh hard disk, I created a GPT partition table with three partitions: /dev/sdd1 256M for /boot /dev/sdd2 8G for swap /dev/sdd3 ~1T for / Then, I accidently formatted the raw device ...
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btrfs shrink partition

After shrinking a BTRFS file system using "btrfs filesystem resize /mnt -20g", this space doesn't show up as free for allocation in GParted. It doesn't seem like GParted can resize the btrfs partition ...
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Is it possible to extend a BTRFS partition from within Windows?

I want to extend my BTRFS partition (and use up some free space on my NTFS) because I have run out of space for my Linux installation. How can I do this from within Windows?