On 23 Sep 2007, at 19:30, Matthew Seaman wrote:
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Roland Smith wrote:
The things that you should encrypt are /home and maybe /var.
and swap. Encrypting the swap is really quite important.
Oh you know what? I grabbed an ubuntu disc, in the installation I
configured each of the three hard drives with a 1GB partition which
became software RAID 1, and the rest of the space another partition
which became RAID 5 doodah. I configured all this during the
installation using that debian installer, booted no probs. Next thing
sudo aptitude update
sudo aptitude install netatalk -y
OK, done, RAID 5 system, with the OS running on RAID 1, netatlk
installed and working a few seconds after, total time was about 45
minutes. I've spent 4 days chasing my tail in freebsd. Wish freebsd
would be able to help me out with software raid in sysinstall. I'd
still very much like to figure out how to do this in freebsd, but
unfortunately spending two weeks to do it makes me look incompetent
to my employers. FreeBSD is running a web/database/email server and
doing a fantastic job for that, so it might just be a case of horses
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