Re: CephFS: convert directory into subvolume

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Thank you, however I'm am still lost.  I can create a subvolume group, that I understand.  The issue is '/volume/<group>' isn't a real directory on the host, it's a 'virtual directory' in cephfs.  '/mnt/tank/database' is a real folder structure on the host.  I can't `mv /mnt/tank/database /volume/<group>`

Re-reading the thread, is the answer basically:
1) Create group and subvolume
2) mount the subvolume onto the host and then move the data?

Or is there a more direct way to convert '/mnt/tank/database' to '/volume/<group>/database'


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