In this chapter, we saw the power that can be unleashed with the
btrfs filesystem and the time we can save using it compared with other Linux logical volume systems such as LVM. We also saw how to implement software RAID and then combined the file management, logical volume management, and RAID management to a single command.
Using snapper to help manage snapshots works well for us on LVM and
btrfs systems. We used snapper with the
btrfs filesystem in this chapter.
In the next chapter, we will see how to share files on the network using NFS (Network File System), the traditional UNIX way to share file resources on your network.