I'm in the process on playing around with KVM and setting up a linux on a linux-server, so I can
- reboot the (guest)server
- encrypt the rootFS of the guest without having to do initramfs-tricks to get remote reboot to work.
I'm thinking about using
btrfs as filesystem, since it's a single ssd-disk and no RAID.
- If I use btrfs on the host, i have excellent data-integrity, all the checksums etc.
- So I can use something fast and simple, maybe even ext2 on the guest?
Or should I do it the other way round?