[dm-crypt] change passphrase
sven at whgl.uni-frankfurt.de
Wed Apr 2 11:41:16 CEST 2014
Additionally lsblk might come in handy to get an idea of the current
structure of the storage devices.
On Tue, April 1, 2014 23:21, Heiko Rosemann wrote:
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> On 04/01/2014 09:02 PM, Biltong wrote:
>> I have a raid-1 system running btrfs on top of luks.
>> I cannot remember my passphrase, but the system is running and I
>> have made a backup.
>> I'd like to add a new passphrase, and have followed the
>> instructions from 6.10 at
>> This worked for the first device, which seems to work with
>> /dev/dm-0, but I cannot work out what the device name for the
>> second raid-1 member is. The btrfs partition is on top of the luks
>> device, and so I need to change both.
> I'm not really clear on what your setup is, but there's basically two
> 1) encrypt 2 partitions separately (typically /dev/sdxy with x in a..z
> and y in
> 1..) leading to /dev/mapper/a and /dev/mapper/b as links to /dev/dm-0
> and /dev/dm-1
> 2) create RAID1 from /dev/mapper/a and /dev/mapper/b, causing /dev/md0
> to appear
> 3) create btrfs (or whatever) on top of /dev/md0
> 1) create RAID1 from 2 partitions (typically /dev/sdxy as above) leading
> to /dev/md0
> 2) encrypt /dev/md0 leading to /dev/mapper/a as a link to /dev/dm-0
> 3) create btrfs (or whatever) on top of /dev/dm-0
> If you can't find /dev/dm-1, you might be using the second version. You
> can also find some information in the output of the mount command (which
> should show you the crypto device in the first and the RAID device in
> the second scenario) and from /proc/mdstat showing /dev/mapper/a (or
> /dev/dm-0) in the first and /dev/sdxy in the second case.
> Good luck with the research,
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