On Thu, May 17, 2018 6:03 am, Alex wrote:
> Hi all,
> In migrating multiple systems to Qubes 4.0 I noticed that sys-usb was
> unable to mount the LUKS encrypted hard drive that contained my Qubes
> backup. Looking into the logs I realised the process was getting killed by
> oom-killer, which is invoked when the system has ran out of memory.
> Increasing the default allocated memory of sys-usb from 300MB to 500MB
> solved this issue.
> @devs: I would recommend fixing this default value out of the box.

You shouldn't mount encrypted drives on sys-usb. Use qvm-block to attach
the partition to a different VM, then mount it there.

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