Hello, I am a long time Fedora user and have used EXT4 partitions on all my installs. I am dual booting on an UEFI system, with Fedora as my daily driver and Windows 11 as a dual boot option (I have CAD software that has to use Microsoft). I decided to try using BTRFS as the snapshot feature is very appealing.
I desire to keep the /boot section within the BTRFS subvolume. By default, Fedora creates a separate EXT4 /boot, but the rate that new kernels are released, having a snapshot that isn’t inclusive of the boot kernel can lead to issues.
System is set up with a BTRFS volume with @ and @home subvolumes, mounted at / and /home, respectively. I have /boot/efi mounted to a separate EFI partition that houses the boot image for Windows. Installing this way works, no issues, updates the bootloader when a new kernel is installed.
However, when I run the following command as root “grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/efi/EFI/fedora/grub.cfg”, the bootloader removes all entries for Fedora, like the prober does not see Fedora at all.
When I run grubby --info=ALL, all entries exist.
Any ideas how to fix this? Thanks!