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Ubuntu server with btrfs root and confusion with the @ symbol in subvolume path

Please note the following commands: user@ubuntu:~$ sudo btrfs subvolume create /srv/audio Create subvolume '/srv/audio' user@ubuntu:~$ sudo btrfs fi show Label: 'BTRFS_STORAGE' uuid: ...
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Which is better for a home media server: zfs or btrfs or LVM/md? [closed]

I'm looking at building a new home server and would like a flexible filesystem. Both btrfs and zfs are interesting. I want to be able to do soft raid and have flexible solution allowing me to expand ...
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ext4 to btrfs conversion: how long can it take? space requirements?

I started btrfs-convert for my ext4 partitioned hdd. I did a fsck first which was fine. So since it is running over 4 hours now (1.) I wonder if it will ever finish ? I read multiple articles ...
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Ubuntu Server 12.04 start fails after update

I did an system update on Ubuntu Server 12.04, which requested a reboot. Since that, the system never reaches the login. It hangs on: mount: mounting /dev on /root/dev failed: No such file or ...
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Home server filesystem

I'm planing to build a home server to act mainly as a uTorrent download and file server for me and the people I live with. I have come up with the following filesystem configuration and I would like ...
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Install Ubuntu with BTRFS and more subvolumes

I want to install an Ubuntu Server with a BTRFS filesystem (in a RAID1 way). The problem is that I can't see the option in the installer to make more subvolumes. The installer creates two by default: ...