Also, snapshots aren't as easy to create our manage.
Posted Jan 7, 2014 8:38 UTC (Tue) by smurf (subscriber, #17840)
Plus, with btrfs subvolumes you *can* delete files from snapshots and actually free some space (like the large download which you no longer need). No such luck with LVM.
Plus, creating a snapshot with LVM requires a consistent FS state. How do you assert that (and keep it until the snapshot command returns), on a live system, if you can't unmount?
Posted Jan 7, 2014 10:50 UTC (Tue) by Yenya (subscriber, #52846)
Posted Jan 7, 2014 17:02 UTC (Tue) by zlynx (subscriber, #2285)
I know that ext3, ext4 and xfs all work fine after a LVM snap.
Posted Jan 16, 2014 16:41 UTC (Thu) by email@example.com (guest, #94131)
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