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Installing and booting Lubuntu on ReadyNAS with Btrfs

I have NetGear ReadyNAS Business Pro with 6 Place for 6 Disks I did a hack the box (basically it is a normal PC with Intel CPU) I upgraded the CPU and I used the ReadyNAS OS 6 (which is Debian ...
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Got a corrupt BTRFS partition, but is still usable, how to convert it to ext4? [duplicate]

I've got a corrupt btrfs partition, and also because of its low speed, I am thinking of 'converting' it to ext4, how can I convert a root partition from btrfs to ext4 without loosing the ability to ...
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Creating btrfs subvolume like @ or @home

Being intrigued by btrfs I decided to toy around with it in a VM. Installation works great as long as I remember to put /boot on a separate partition and it all seems to work fine. What I would like ...
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Are btrfs updates rolled in to 12.04 LTS (3.2) kernels?

Many BTRFS bug fixes and updates are being applied to the 3.10 Kernel by the filesystem maintainers - is Ubuntu actively pushing those fixes and updates down to their current LTS kernel (3.2.0-X)? ...
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Cannot use 'btrfs balance' to convert to raid1

I'm trying to convert a 2 drive btrfs array on Ubuntu 12.04 to use RAID1. Following the instructions on the btrfs wiki I've tried this command, with no success: valorin@gimli:~$ sudo btrfs filesystem ...
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btrfs with multi devices fails automount in fstab

I'm trying to automount btrfs on 12.04-desktop-amd64. During bootsplash, fstab failed to mount btrfs and asked skip or manually prepare. On the rootshell, btrfs device scan and mount -a could ...
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How can I upgrade to a newer version of btrfs-tools?

The btrfs tools package in 12.04 appears outdated and doesn't take advantage of the newer features such as scrub introduced in kernel v 3.0. How can I upgrade to a newer version? Do I need to compile ...
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Can 12.04 be installed using Btrfs only?

In the past it was not possible to install Ubuntu on a pure Btrfs file system (/ btrfs + swap), will it be possible for 12.04?