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How to copy a btrfs filesystem

How can one copy the contents of a btrfs filesystem? This would include snapshots, subvolumes, etc. dd is not enough, since it duplicates the UUID, and there isn't a way to easily change it, ...
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/home “cleaned” during ubuntu 12.10 installation on btrfs

I had a seperate btrfs partition for my home directory in my old ubuntu instalation. I "upgraded" the installation by installing a clean system on my ext4 partition which got formatted and mounted as ...
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How do I find out the compressed / uncompressed file sizes on btrfs?

I am using btrfs on one of my hard drives. I would like to know the actual file size and the compressed file size on btrfs. I am interested in seeing the compression ratios per file . For example ntfs ...
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Linux raid10 on btrfs

I've read that BTRFS requires at least 4 disks (https://btrfs.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Using_Btrfs_with_Multiple_Devices). Indeed, Linux mdadm raid10 requires only 2 disks ...
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Is it safe to resize a BTRFS partition that is part of a multi-device volume?

I have a multi-device BTRFS volume and I would like to re-size one of the partitions. To be more precise: My /home is spread across two separate BTRFS partitions. I shrunk down another partition to ...
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Replace Linux Boot-Drive | ext3 to btrfs

I've got a headless server running Debian Linux currently. Linux vault 3.2.0-3-686-pae #1 SMP Mon Jul 23 03:50:34 UTC 2012 i686 GNU/Linux The root filesystem is located on an ext3 partition on the ...
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Is there a way to show RAID details in a similar way to MDADM?

I find mdadm --detail <device> very useful when I need to know what is going on with the device (/proc/mdadm too). Example: /dev/md0: Version : 1.2 Creation Time : Mon Mar 4 ...
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Btrfs snapshot space and time overhead

Using btrfs-snapshot-rotation, I've setup a system to rotate snapshots so that it always has snapshots of: Each of the the last 24 hours Each of the last 30 days Each of the last 12 months. This ...
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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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Linux kernel 3.9 new storage features howto?

Linux kernel 3.9 has been released, which brings new features for storage cache devices (dm-cache), as well as BTRFS RAID 5/6. These features are undoubtedly sexy, but are all but completely ...
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Ubuntu 12.04: Does grub support multidevice boot from btrfs?

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) with grub 1.99. I installed on a RAID10 multidevice BTRFS partition. I thought that multidevice support had been included in grub for a while, but on ...
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Best choice for a bitrot-resistant external storage system

I've recently purchased s new computer that has a fancy SSD drive. Since it is smaller than what my current computer has, I find that I need a system where I can put my videos, photos, etc. I'd also ...
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btrfs does not show drive as missing

I am trying out btrfs and I noticed some funny behaviour: I have two drives in a raid 1 configuration. sudo btrfs fi show Label: none uuid: 52b9c6f6-ce5c-4727-861e-e2fd012e475f Total devices 2 ...
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Understanding BTRFS CoW concept

I am experimenting with BTRFS on a home server and very newbish to BTRFS. I have been reviewing btrfs wiki and Wikipedia CoW. Bottom line, I have a 40GB SATA Hard Drive and I am out of space. The free ...
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sysbench results differ from iostat -x 1 radically for a BTRFS volume on SSD

I replaced an HDD with a SanDisk Ultra Plus SDSSDHP-128G-G25 SSD recently and stress tested it with sysbench utility: [root@cellar sb]# sysbench --test=fileio --file-total-size=18G ...
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btrfs made linux kernal panic when i delete subvolume?

My environment is: VMware workstation 8 CentOS 6.3, kernel 2.6.32-279.el6.i686 Btrfs v0.19 Sorry i can't use the images for the panic because my reputation is low. Call Trace ? panic ? oops_end ? ...