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  • #11
    Ok. But you can do rollback without using BTRFS. You could try that?

    I debated the advantages of ZFS here, and people told me that ZFS is not needed and you can do rollback on Linux without any fancy filesystems.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by kebabbert View Post
      Ok. But you can do rollback without using BTRFS. You could try that?

      I debated the advantages of ZFS here, and people told me that ZFS is not needed and you can do rollback on Linux without any fancy filesystems.
      Using lvm perhaps. I know that there is a yum plugin that takes a snapshot of the system prior to every transaction group and adds the old image path to grub.
      I haven't needed to use it, however, so I don't know well it works.
      Other than that, I don't know what people could've been speaking of.

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