Hi, this is mostly a WIP thread, but as of the first post it does work up to my relatively limited testing. I plan on expanding this to a fully featured plugin, but this script is a working foundation, and I'd like to make this available to people to play with asap.
Bottom Line Up Front: This script only works on your btrfs-formatted array drives. By default, it will keep 8760 snapshots (1 year of hourly snapshots), this value can be adjusted by changing the MAX_SNAPS variable in the script
Hello, Thank you for your great job.
For snapshot disks, it works.
I can see a list by command "btrfs sub list /mnt/diskN", but it doesn't work via windows 10 access to check the previous version.
Does it conflict with "Enhanced macOS interoperability" option? If it is, may I just restore the disks to some specific time point?
And what do we do with the cache drive? Seems there're no snapshot on it.
Sry, I'm not very good at linux, and do need snapshot function for data