I have an encrypted partition that I setup during install for CentOS 6 that I want to mount manually after boot. By default it prompts me for a password at boot time. I was able to get it to not prompt me for a password at boot by commenting the drive out from /etc/fstab and /etc/crypttab (although this is probably the wrong way to do it). I tried adding noauto to both the crypttab and fstab but that didn't seem to help. So I guess my question is a two-parter:
1) How do I properly disable an encrypted partition from mounting automatically on boot?
2) How do I manually mount the partition after boot?
For reference I've enclosed the relevant lines from my fstab and crypttab (as they were setup by default):
/dev/mapper/luks-4fa25d53-0dcd-44ab-9f4d-bee5d6f90fce /sec ext4 defaults 1 2
luks-4fa25d53-0dcd-44ab-9f4d-bee5d6f90fce UUID=4fa25d53-0dcd-44ab-9f4d-bee5d6f90fce none