Hi, there have been a few releases since I have been upgrading fedora, but now as btrfs keeps getting new features I wish to do a reinstall. Could you please validate my intended partitioning for fedora 34?
I have the Bios set to Legacy mode, as originally when installing windows and fedora I was having problems. This is the partitioning layout I currently am using across the SSD and HDD (As you can see there are 3 ntfs partitions across the disks. Those were created after installing windows.):
sda 119,2G SSD disk sda1 549M - ntfs **sda2 118,7G / - ext4** sdb 931,5G HDD disk sdb1 390G - ntfs sdb2 600M - ntfs **sdb3 8G - swap** **sdb4 532,9G /home - ext4**
I will delete the partitions between asterisks above, and create the new ones between asterisks bellow:
sda 119,2G SSD disk sda1 549M - ntfs **sda2 1GB /boot - ext4** **sda3 117GB / - btrfs volume** sdb 931,5G HDD disk sdb1 390G - ntfs sdb2 600M - ntfs **sdb3 540 GB /home - btrfs volume**
And I will install the bootloader on the first SSD disk.
I have read on how to setup different btrfs volumes in the advanced partitioning in anaconda.
This should work right? My biggest fear is I stop being able to boot to windows, somehow, or that grub won’t load at boot. But if I set the bootloader to be installed in the first disk in Anaconda disks screen, it should correctly find the /boot partition and show me all OSes like before, right?
Thank you for any hints.