Manjaro boot, btrfs…
I wanted to move all of my datas and system to an another ssd, everything went fine, except the boot.
I’m using btrfs, the system boots up when the / dir is on another ssd…
Is there any way, to set / dir to another drive/partition ?
What i tried:
fstab – no effect.
UUID=af0bbc4b-0e65-458a-8b33-6ef5279b05bb / btrfs subvol=_active/rootvol,defaults,compress=zstd,noatime,ssd 0 1
manjaro-chroot - freezes , or at least 6 hours isnt enough to finish the job
Hi and welcome to the Forum
You need to check both your bootloader config and kernel command line used, and most likely also your
They are all used in combination with your
Please also read all links, and act accordingly, mentioned in these threads:
Two different pieces of advice (I have no experience with btrfs):
I can't run manjaro-chroot on vm with brtfs filesystem - #2 by brahma
says that manjaro-chroot can’t be used on btrfs
but rather the manual method as, for instance, described in the Arch Wiki.
chroot - ArchWiki
and then there is this:
Computer won't boot after Kernel update - #10 by stephane
mentions a different method.
I don’t know whether either one or which one is correct.
What can be wrong ?
- boot-info in your UEFI(Bios)
- grub.cfg in …/grub/
- fstab in /etc of your root-partition
If you want someone to be able to help you, you need to explain what you allready did. (and to provide inxi)
You can also use maxi -eg
to collect information about the boot process. This works,
- when you are in your running system (with CTRL+ALT+F2).
- And also in a live environment