I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 with an ecryptfs-encrypted home directory. I'd
like to periodically backup my homedir to an untrusted location. To
this end, I use storebackup to backup my encrypted homedir
/home/.ecryptfs/klauer to /var/local/backup and periodically rsync
/var/local/backup to the untrusted backup server.
mounting and decrypting my homedir to a location in the /tmp
directory. ecryptfs-recover-private says everything was successful,
however, while the mounted homedir contains *the correct directory
structure, file names, directory time stamps, etc., the file data
themselves are missing. For example, a ls -l in the mounted homedir
/tmp/ecryptfs.xxxxxxxx type ecryptfs
(ro,ecryptfs_sig=yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy,ecryptfs_fnek _sig=zzzzzzzzzzzzzz,ecryptfs_cipher=aes,ecryptfs_k ey_bytes=16)
An strace of ls -l shows that getdents() returns the entry of, say,
examples.desktop, but lstat() fails with ENOENT.
What am I missing?
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