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  1. Hello, I have a crypted /home (/dev/mapper/lvm-home) inside lvm, and a keyfile on /boot (/dev/sda1): /boot/keyfile Why: On normal days, it boot automatically, but on vacations/trips I delet the /boot/keyfile and people can't access. On ArchLinux it worked with: [ /etc/default/grub ] GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="cryptdevice=/dev/mapper/lvm-home:home cryptkey=/dev/sda1:ext4:/.boot root=/dev/mapper/lvm-funtoo dolvm rootfstype=ext4" and before: grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg On Funtoo I tried the same and: [ /etc/crypttab ] home UUID=44ae1749-28d
  2. Hello everybody, I just installed Funtoo release 1.4 on an AMD K10 cpu; the kernel is debian-sources-lts version 4.19.67_p2-r1. I used LVM for all the file systems, including the root file system (I used the instructions in the following guide). I used the following kernel parameters in /etc/boot.conf (again from the guide mentioned above): dolvm real_root=/dev/funtoo/ROOT rootfstype=ext4 resume=swap:/dev/mapper/funtoo-SWAP. When booting I see the following messages: I have another box running Funtoo release 1.3 with version 4.19.37_p6 of the Debian kernel. I have the same se
  3. Hello, If I''m not mistaked, funtoo hosting is using ZFS. I use LVM all the time, but it seems that users of LXC/LXD more favores ZFS. How stable ZFS in production? Has anybody, from funtoo community, experienced any problems, or data loss with ZFS? Does LVM has some real dowsides comparing to ZFS, in real usage? Has anybody experienced any? It would be interesting to know what storage driver people choose for their LXC/LXD servers? Thank you, -- Saulius p.s. I know there is documentation https://lxd.readthedocs.io/en/latest/storage/
  4. This is my first installation with funtoo. I have used a combination of luks and lvm that is I encrypted the partition /dev/sda2. After I've created three volume root, home and portage and formatted with btrfs. The mount point are respectively: /mnt/funtoo, /mnt/funtoo/home,/mnt/funtoo/usr/portage. The sda1 is vfat efi partition where I installed the grub2 . The kernel is debian-sources. The boot.conf is the following "Funtoo Linux General" { kernel kernel[-v] initrd initramfs[-v] params += crypt_root=/dev/sda2 dolvm real_root=/dev/mapper/vg-root rootfstype=btrfs } The boot-boot-update
  5. I'm fairly certain I've botched my LUKS on LVM setup. The main problem is that the root partition is getting mapped to the wrong place; I would like it to be in /dev/mapper/root, but instead it gets mapped to /dev/mapper/luks-<gibberish, I think the PARTUUID?>. Once I enter the decryption password on boot, it hangs for a bit, starts "Scanning for btrfs devices" before crashing to an emergency shell. From there, I close /dev/mapper/luks... and reopen it, mapping it to /dev/mapper/root. Any ideas? Here's my dracut config and the initramfs log: /etc/dracut.conf # PUT YOUR CONFIG HER
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