1. Alain De Vos

    Encrypting a zfs zvol device with gbde

    Why would you encrypt a zfs zvol device with gbde ? Because you can, and it is easy. 1.You stay away from system,boot&root partitions so you don't have boot problems. 2. Most private data is relative small. And fits in one directory with subdirectories. Note : zfs allows encryption by itself but...
  2. M

    ZFS What's the difference between gbde and geli?

    I want to setup full-disk encryption on ZFS. Which method is better for doing that - gdbe or geli? Which encryption tool is better for encrypting swap and which is better for encrypting single partitions? Which tool has better compatibility with Linux - gdbe or geli? Which tool provides better...
  3. S

    Solved gbde for USB connected disk?

    I'm intending to encrypt a disk to be used for date backups via a USB connected external drive enclosure (Sabrent). gbde looks like the way to go but I don't see specific mention in the handbook about its use when mounting a disk after system boot. Anyone here have experience in this? thanks!
  4. Zack

    GBDE drives will not attach

    uname -a FreeBSD hostname 10.2-RELEASE-p8 FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE-p8 #0: Fri Feb 12 15:02:46 EST 2016 user@hostname:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/MYKERNEL amd64 I just used freebsd-update, but I don't think that would have anything to do with this. I had to reboot my computer and when it booted backup...