I installed Natty 64-bit with btrfs filesystem only to find that it takes almost two minutes to boot. I tried a few different things, and finally today opened up
/etc/fstab only to find the following:
UUID=b22ac5c7-e294-4d62-8189-6a3707148927 / btrfs defaults,subvol=@ 0 1 UUID=b22ac5c7-e294-4d62-8189-6a3707148927 /home btrfs defaults,subvol=@home 0 2 UUID=24b7732d-f2f4-43a2-85c1-05b889a56524 none swap sw 0 0
I only vaguely remember the installation process, but it seemed pretty simple at the time, and I don't remember creating any sub volumes. I tried editing the first two entries to show a single entry (with lzo compression):
UUID=b22ac5c7-e294-4d62-8189-6a3707148927 / btrfs defaults,compress=lzo 0 1
and it wound me up with nothing in my home directory, but booted much faster than before, just over one minute.
So, my question is, how do I go about putting
/home on a single volume in fstab, rather than two subvolumes?