On Wed 06 Dec 2017 11:14:02 AM CST, albumns wrote:

Hello,

I normally install Linux with the following partition:

Code:
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/ 30GB (ext4)
/swap 10 GB (swap)
/boot/efi 300 M (FAT32)
/home 400 GB ((ext4))
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However, I noticed that SUSE and other Linux introduced new Linux
partition types such as btrfs. I am just wondering, what's the
advantage of btrfs? If we would like to introduce btrfs, what's the
recommended partition would be?

thanks a lot.


Hi
To complement btrfs is snapper and snapshots which are bootable
(rollback). I would recommend 40GB / partition if you go this route as
space is required for snapshots.

I normally reconfigure the snapper defaults (/etc/snapper/configs/root)
to keep four (4) maximim for number limits.

You can still run btrfs on smaller partitions but would need to look at
disabling snapper.

Have a read here;
https://www.suse.com/documentation/s...a_snapper.html

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