Hi Eugen,thank you for the message. I've already tried the process of changing the classic directory to a subvolume, but it also didn't appear in the list of set subvolumes. Perhaps it's no longer supported?
Michal On 8/22/23 12:56, Eugen Block wrote:
Hi,I don't know if there's a way to change the path (I assume not except creating a new path and copy the data), but you could set up a directory the "old school" way (mount the root filesystem, create your subdirectory tree) and then convert the directory into a subvolume by setting the subvolume xattr (according to ):# setfattr -n ceph.dir.subvolume -v 1 my/favorite/dir/is/now/a/subvol1But I'm not sure if that works as expected, I tried with Pacific and Reef but the directory doesn't turn up in 'ceph fs subvolume ls <cephfs>'. Shouldn't it? Or am I misunderstanding hwo it works? https://www.spinics.net/lists/ceph-users/msg72341.html Zitat von Michal Strnad <michal.strnad@xxxxxxxxx>:Hi!I'm trying to figure out how to specify the path for a CephFS subvolume, as it's intended to represent a user's home directory. By default, it's located at /volumes/_nogroup/$NAME/$UUID. Is it possible to change this path somehow, or is using symbolic links the only option?Thank you Michal Strnad_______________________________________________ ceph-users mailing list -- ceph-users@xxxxxxx To unsubscribe send an email to ceph-users-leave@xxxxxxx
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