I have Fedora installed since version 30 on my Asus K45VM laptop.
I choosed Ext4 file system as standard partition during the installation of Fedora 30 as I was not familiar with LVM and because standard Ext4 is the default file system in Ubuntu and some other linux distros.
During these years I had no major problem with Fedora and I have upgraded it regularly at six month intervals.
As you know Btrfs is the default file system for Fedora 34 and I’m thinking about reinstalling Fedora with Btrfs. However, this is a system with IvyBridge cpu and 1 TB HDD without any SDD storage. So, I don’t know whether reinstalling fedora with newer file system has any advantage for my system or not.
So what do you recommend considering these following scenarios?
1- Keep Fedora with standard Ext4 file system.
2- Reinstall Fedora with LVM based Ext4 file system.
- Reinstall Fedora with Btrfs file system.
Thank you in advance and sorry for my english.