LUKS (Linux Unified Key Setup) is a disk-encryption specification. It is the standard for Linux hard disk encryption.

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On Ubuntu 11.10, is it possible to decrypt 2 hard disks encrypted with LUKS / LVM by entering only one passphrase at boot?

here the configuration I have : - 2 hard drives, - first one is encrypted using LUKS and LVM. I'd like to add in the volume group encrypted a second hard drive. I have successfully installed it and ...
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What RAID Level Should Be Used

I am working on a server build project for work and have inherited the following items that I need to figure out the best way to handle and configure. 2 of these: I/O Crest SY-PEX40008 PCI-e SATA ...
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Is it possible to hardware accelerate LUKS encryption?

My Linux server spends a lot of time computing LUKS encryption. Is there any way to hardware accelerate it (with a PCI express card for example)?
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Adding a disk to an encrypted LVM under Debian 6

I installed a Debian 6 with the "use LVM and encrypt" option. Now I would like to add a second disk and also encrypt it. This is what I did so far: pvcreate /dev/sdb vgextend [vgname] /dev/sdb ...