I'm trying to dump our online backups to tape; for obvious reasons I want to encrypt the data on the tapes, so to write to the tape I need to tar everything up, pipe that to openssl to encrypt it, ...
I want to create an encrypted tar but also I want to have a log of what tar has compressed, I'm using the following command: tar -cvvf - --files-from=/root/backup.cfg | openssl des3 -salt -k ...
I am trying to encrypt our tape backups, using tar and openssl but also write to a local file, so far I have : tar --total -czp ./tmp ./home | tee /tmp/Archive.tar.gz | tee > /dev/nst0 I'm not ...
I am trying to add encryption to my current tape backup scripts by piping the output through openssl, at the moment I have : tar -czpvf /dev/nst0 /home /otherdir so adding openssl gives this : tar ...
I'm using tar along with openssl to create encrypted tar archives of some large directories (about 30GB). What is the possibility of corruption in this process, and how would I verify that the ...