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    Re: btrfs makes old hdds appear to operate faster

    Quote Originally Posted by castrojo View Post
    You might want to install `apt-btrfs-snapshot`, it'll create a snapshot every time you upgrade, which means theoretically you can undo a bad apt upgrade.

    I've had it installed for a month now but I haven't found the time to actually try rolling back.

    I installed it on a DT. Could you share with us a few commands on how to operate it? I assume it is running (at current) How do I roll it back (any links please).

    thankyou.

    edit :

    Ok .. found this ..
    http://www.howtoforge.com/rollback-t...n-ubuntu-12.10
    Last edited by ventrical; February 6th, 2013 at 03:54 PM.
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