LUKS and LVM sequence at boot and shutdown incorrect
On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 10:50:12AM CEST, yudi v <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> My laptop hard drive configuration:
> sda1 - win7
> sda2 - /boot
> sda3 - LVM on top of LUKS partition - (separate LVs for /, /home, and SWAP)
> sda5 - FAT32
> for the most part everything seems to be working fine except the order of
> modules/components when Debian boots up.
> When I boot Debian, it first looks for the LVM VG and LV, and then the LUKS
> container. - I encrypted the PV, I thought the order should be the other way
> So when it boots, message on the screen says it failed to load the VG and
> the LVs and then gives me an option to enter my pass-phrase.
> Because I have LVM on top of LUKS I thought it would first open the LUKS
> container and then load the LVM container.
> I have the same problem when shutting down.
> It closes the LUKS container and then throws up an error saying it cannot
> find VG and LVs (or something similar).
> Of course it will not find hte VG once the LUKS container is closed.
> Not sure how this happened. Can anyone explain how to fix this.
Did you try to use the early option in cryptsetup ? It make sthe luks part being done earlier at boot time (in the cryptdisks-early boot script).
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