Hey there folks,
Lately I have installed fedora 34 on my computer. I have done a manually partitioning with 4 partitions respectively for: /boot/efi, /root, /swap and /home. After installation I discovered that the Fedora documentation explicitly recommends creating a separate boot partition.
So I plan to create a new partition and copy the boot directory over from the root directory to the root of the new partition. Change the fstab file to include the new /boot partition and reinstall grub by following the procedure from the fedora documentation.
Now this sounds easy but I don’t want to end up with a system that won’t boot, so I would definitely appreciate your feedback on this plan. Do you think this would work out fine or is there still a catch here that I didn’t think of? Please let me know.