> I thought the installer would work similarly to what the desktop installer 
> does with btrfs, where it creates subvolumes for / and /home in the root
> partition (as @ and @home).
> On my desktop, when I upgrade I just move @ out of the way (by renaming it) 
> and the installer creates a new one.
> This is kinda nice as you can easily keep/revert to the old rootfs by
> just changing which subvol is mounted at boot.

Subiquity/curtin  does not have support for btrfs subvolumes.

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Bug description:
  During an install of the daily live image for 20.04 Ubuntu Server, the
  installer first crashed and restarted itself, then failed to install
  the system.

  Attached are the logs left on the install USB key.

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