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Old 06-25-2012, 08:28 PM
Jonathan Nieder
 
Default Bug#678957: btrfs-tools: snapshot of a subvolume in itself behaves strangely

Hi Daniel,

Daniel Baumann wrote:

> reassign 678957 linux
> retitle 678957 btrfs: snapshot of subvolume in itself behaves strangely
> thanks
>
> this isn't a bug in the btrfs user-land tool, reassigning to the kernel.

Please forgive my laziness: since you have looked over the bug very
recently, could you provide a quick summary of the symptoms for the
kernel team? (Based on the subject line it's possible that it is a
duplicate of bug#663067 but don't have the time at the moment to
read the report and check.)

Thanks much,
Jonathan



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Old 06-27-2012, 06:48 AM
Martin Ziegler
 
Default Bug#678957: btrfs-tools: snapshot of a subvolume in itself behaves strangely

Actually the invisible directory xxx/xxx created by "btrfs
subvolume snapshot . xxx" can be removed by "rmdir xxx/xxx".


(Martin Ziegler)




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