[zfs-discuss] when do mounts happen?
prashanth.chengi at gmail.com
Fri May 17 11:46:59 EDT 2013
Have you checked on SELinux? The faq at zfsonlinux says it could lead to
issues mounting disks at boot time.
On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 5:41 PM, Bill McGonigle <bill at bfccomputing.com>wrote:
> On 05/16/2013 12:13 PM, Fernando Reyes wrote:
>> What distribution is this?
> oops, sorry! I forgot to paste... It's Fedora 17 using the dkms packages
> installed from the official repo:
> Also when using encryption its best to use
>> full disk encryption while keeping your kernel+initramfs on a USB stick.
> In this case, the kernel and initramfs are on the mSATA part in the
> laptop. /boot is a normal partition, everything else is LUKS (well, other
> than the stock Windows partition which doesn't get used for anything
> sensitive). /home gets the ZFS treatment. I had discounted putting the
> LUKS keys on a removable device due to the odds of it getting broken off,
> but now that you mention it, there are those nearly flush USB drives now;
> that might work nicely. Does stomach acid render the NAND useless? ;)
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