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[ZFS] Rollback LXC

Look for a specific snapshot of your LXC.

sudo zfs list -rt snapshot | grep data/lxc/subvol-101

I just want to rollback 2 hours, so I choose the snapshot with timestamp 2019-12-05-1117.

data/lxc/subvol-110-disk-0@zfs-auto-snap_hourly-2019-12-05-0917   11,7M      -     24,2G  -
data/lxc/subvol-110-disk-0@zfs-auto-snap_hourly-2019-12-05-1017   11,9M      -     24,2G  -
data/lxc/subvol-110-disk-0@zfs-auto-snap_hourly-2019-12-05-1117   11,7M      -     24,2G  -
data/lxc/subvol-110-disk-0@zfs-auto-snap_hourly-2019-12-05-1217   11,8M      -     24,2G  -
data/lxc/subvol-110-disk-0@zfs-auto-snap_hourly-2019-12-05-1317   12,1M      -     24,2G  -

If there are one or more snapshots between the current state and the snapshot you want to rollback to, you have to add -r (force deletion) to the rollback command.

sudo zfs rollback -r data/lxc/subvol-110-disk-0@zfs-auto-snap_hourly-2019-12-05-1117