Re: Temporarily halt boot process to enter encryption keys?

2009-12-10 Thread RW
On Wed, 09 Dec 2009 01:31:47 -0600 Corey J. Bukolt 0...@mail.ru wrote: Hello list, I have a FreeNAS box with a CF card for root, and 3 drives (soon to be 4) set up with encryption and raidz on top of them. A less than excellent detailed report of what I did is here: http://bit.ly/5BeZq8

Re: Temporarily halt boot process to enter encryption keys?

2009-12-10 Thread Corey J. Bukolt
RW wrote: On Wed, 09 Dec 2009 01:31:47 -0600 Corey J. Bukolt 0...@mail.ru wrote: Hello list, I have a FreeNAS box with a CF card for root, and 3 drives (soon to be 4) set up with encryption and raidz on top of them. A less than excellent detailed report of what I did is here:

Re: Temporarily halt boot process to enter encryption keys?

2009-12-10 Thread Polytropon
On Thu, 10 Dec 2009 14:54:11 +, RW rwmailli...@googlemail.com wrote: It's fairly trivial to write an rc.d script that pauses the boot process and waits for devices, but sshd runs after LOGIN, and nfs runs before, so you can't easily reorder then without maintaining modified rc.d scripts.

Re: Temporarily halt boot process to enter encryption keys?

2009-12-09 Thread Corey J. Bukolt
Corey J. Bukolt wrote: Hello list, I have a FreeNAS box with a CF card for root, and 3 drives (soon to be 4) set up with encryption and raidz on top of them. A less than excellent detailed report of what I did is here: http://bit.ly/5BeZq8 This setup is a bit hackish as after the system

Re: Temporarily halt boot process to enter encryption keys?

2009-12-09 Thread Modulok
Corey, Umm...write a script perhaps? Nobody else has taken a shot at this one yet, so I'll try. This is just what I'd do. That said, it's probably not the best solution. It's an idea. You may have to work out some bugs along the way. In regards to interrupting the boot process, I don't think

Re: Temporarily halt boot process to enter encryption keys?

2009-12-09 Thread Corey J. Bukolt
Modulok wrote: Corey, Umm...write a script perhaps? Nobody else has taken a shot at this one yet, so I'll try. This is just what I'd do. That said, it's probably not the best solution. It's an idea. You may have to work out some bugs along the way. In regards to interrupting the boot

Temporarily halt boot process to enter encryption keys?

2009-12-08 Thread Corey J. Bukolt
Hello list, I have a FreeNAS box with a CF card for root, and 3 drives (soon to be 4) set up with encryption and raidz on top of them. A less than excellent detailed report of what I did is here: http://bit.ly/5BeZq8 This setup is a bit hackish as after the system boots I need to attach each