I have my system running on a BTRFS partitioned SSD. I understand that some directories within the /home/user/ directory would benefit from being on the SSD, like .local, .config .Applications, etc. In that regard, I feel like keeping them on the SSD. while having the multimedia directories be on different hard drives.
For example, I'd want the Downloads directory to be on a 3TB hard drive, alongside with Pictures and Music, but move Documents on a different 500gb hard drive, some configurations like that.
I decided to start with my 500gb hard drive, I created a BTRFS partition, and added some subvolumes for @documents
Then used fstab to mount the subvolume to /home/documents/ After using chmod and chown to give the mounted directory rw permissions, the directory is now usable, however when I try to delete a file or a directory it warns me that they will be permanently deleted, so there is no .Trash directory anywhere to be found.
What's the best way to do this? Is there a way to create a trash directory for the individual btrfs subvolumes? Would it be better to just move my entire /home directories? Should I use a different filesystem like ext4 instead of btrfs for the media directories? Is there a better way to accomplish this?