btrfs Filesystem for Linux Top Docs
In this video, Jay from @Learn Linux TV will break down some of the features of the btrfs filesystem, including how it differs from other technologies, how to take snapshots, creating a btrfs volume of your own, and more.
0:54 Which File System Are We Using?
1:52 Add Another Volume
4:37 Create the Directory Where the Volume Will Be Mounted
5:00 Mount the New Volume
6:00 Creating a Sub-Volume
8:34 Creating a SnapShot
9:45 Mounting Sub Volumes
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