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    From ext4 to btrfs


    Hi all, I have a laptop with arch and OpenSuSE.
    On OpenSuSE I've started at loved btrfs. Can I changed my root partition from ext4 to btrfs? I know that on wiki it's a page for this operation, but someone had do it?

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    Do you want to format and keep all your data?

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    No, I would like convert my partition on btrfs, without format. If it is possible

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    the conversion was be quickly and easy. After, I made a new installation on my new laptop always btrfs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zarMarco View Post
    the conversion was be quickly and easy. After, I made a new installation on my new laptop always btrfs.
    And why is that?

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    do you mean btrfs? Because I find the snapshot system very helpful. And then I've root and home separate on only one partition

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