Re: CephFS: convert directory into subvolume

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I'm following this tread and the original.  I'm trying to convert directories into subvolumes.  Where I'm stuck is how you move a directory into the subvolume root directory.

I have a volume 'tank' and it's mounted on the host as '/mnt/tank'  I have subfolders '/mnt/tank/database', '/mnt/tank/gitlab', etc...

I create a subvolume and getpath gives me:

1) How do I move /mnt/tank/database into /volumes/_nogroup/database/4a...74
2) Each of the directories have different pools associated with them, do I need to create the sub volume in the same pool?
3) Or can I just move '/mnt/tank/gitlab' --> /volumes/_nogroup/gitlab without first creating the volume?  This would skip question 2..


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