|Lee Marzke on 14 Jul 2010 17:59:40 -0700|
The more this discussion goes on, the more I realize that there are talks at the meetings to be made out of this discussion. For example what are the downsides to encrypting an entire disk? What happens if for example shutdown is improperly done and a partition needs the service of FSCK or some similar technique? I know there are answers out there, but obviously most of the folks on this list don't readily know them.
Well for Ubuntu 10.04, you just boot from the CD rescue partition, and then open the encrypted LVM, and fsck the disk. You may have to manually search for the proper lvm device names ( lvscan, lvmdiskscan, vgscan, etc ) You can also backup and entire encrypted LVM encrypted partition viaCloneZilla in it's encrypted form ( that was JP's advice a while back ), and
restore as long as you have the space avaiable somewhere. Lee
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