- Mar 18, 2017
- ASUS ROG Rampage VI Extreme
- 2 X VEGA 56
- Mobile Phone
Yes, It also means that your Mac or Hackintosh knows the exact layout of your system volume, thus on startup all resources are preloaded for faster response and better experience.Yeah, that's exactly what's happening - it is literally booting from the snapshot. Like that Howard guy said: It doesn’t matter about the volume: it’s unmounted, and therefore inaccessible. It’s the snapshot which is the active system, and all that you should worry about.
If you reboot into recovery and then modify files on the System volume, then reboot, nothing will have changed. You first have to re-snapshot the System volume after you've changed something, and set the new snapshot as the one that is booted from.