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I’d say it’s much faster and easier to reinstall Fedora placing everything on the SSD, than relocating partitions and volumes. You will want to have /, /boot, /boot/efi, and likely /home on your SSD.

You could span /home over both SSD and HDD, or use “only” the remaining SSD space for /home and use the HDD for backups , or whatever you have in mind. Many options, all depending on your use case.

Anyways, IMO, reinstalling is the way to go.

I’d say it’s much faster and easier to reinstall Fedora placing everything on the SSD, than relocating partitions and volumes. You will want to have /, /boot, /boot/efi, and likely /home on your SSD.

You could span /home over both SSD and HDD, or use “only” the remaining SSD space for /home and use the HDD for backups , or whatever you have in mind. Many options, all depending on your use case.

Anyways, IMO, reinstalling is the way to go. (And if you do so, you will want to set a mount point for your “old” /home during installation. Also make sure not to format the partition).