Re: [alpine-user] How to setup BTRFS and LUKS
one thing comes to mind. I think I encountered something similar
and the cause was that the btrfs kernel module was not loaded
at the time when "btrfs device scan" was run. To put it another way,
the userspace btrfs tool tries to look for the drives but doesn't know
how to read them. Could you try
echo 'btrfs' > /etc/modules.d/btrfs.conf
and then reboot (+ lbu if you're using that). Hope this helps
On Tue, Aug 14, 2018 at 12:58 PM, Tristan Kohl <tristan_at_icetown.de> wrote:
> I want to give a little update on my progress so far:
> Thanks to Adam I was able to have my drives encrypted during boot.
> However they still were not recognized by BTRFS as one coherent pool.
> I then tried to put "btrfs device scan" at various places in
> /etc/runlevel/boot/localmount and others but that did not change
> anything. I can confirm that the command got executed since I wrote
> "btrfs device scan > /scan.txt" which created a file containing
> "Scanning for Btrfs filesystems" after boot. But somehow the scans'
> result got lost afterwards. Even puttig it right before the line "moun
> -at ..." inside localmount did not have any effect. I am lost right now
> as to what else I can try to fix this.
> As I read in Arch and Gentoo wiki they use some hooks in their initramfs
> but I am not sure if that will help since decryption has to run before
> scanning plus I do not find anything as to how one would use/configure
> them in Alpine.
> Does anyone smarter than me has any idea what else I could try?
> On 13.08.2018 13:19, Tristan Kohl wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> > I stumbled upon Alpine a while back when building new docker images for
> > my home server currently running Debian stable. Since I was quite
> > intrigued by its minimalism, I gave it a shot in a VM to play around. I
> > must admit, I fell in love and made an USB drive to use on my home
> > server. Most things work flawelessly (samba, docker, etc.) but I do not
> > get how one would get a BTRFS pool on LUKS drives working.
> > I think I have to dig into OpenRC and drop some service in "sysinit" to
> > decrypt my drives before fstab kicks in (which as far as I can tell
> > happens in devfs). I have my crypttab setup to work with a keyfile which
> > resides in /root.
> > What I need:
> > 1. Mapping all LUKS drives to /dev/mapper/poolX (setup in /etc/crypttab)
> > 2. Run btrfs device scan to detect my pool
> > 3. Mount pool according to fstab
> > I am a Linux desktop user for 7 years and I do prefer command line for
> > many tasks but when it comes to server setups that are just a tad more
> > advanced I feel like an absolute beginner. When I build my server some 5
> > years ago I did just some copypasta from a vast number of sites without
> > documenting anything. Plus Debian did a lot of magic out of the box I
> > did not even knew of. However this "featurefullness" also always bugged
> > me since I had no idea what was actually going on behind the scenes.
> > Hope someone can help me out here, any help is greatly appreciated.
> > Cheers,
> > Tristan
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