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> $ sudo cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/sdc dsk
> LUKS keyslot 6 is invalid.
> LUKS keyslot 7 is invalid.
A user with a problem with invalid key slots had the above in one of the recent mailing list post.
Does cryptsetup check all slots if they are valid before it tries to open a volume and bail out when it finds an invalid one or does it give the above error if it cant get a valid key on on valid key slots?
example, if a valid slot was on slot number 1 and he entered a passphrase that is on slot number 1.Would he have got the same error message?
did cryptsetup went through all the valid keyslots, didnt find the key and suspect that the key might be on the two invalid slots and reported the error?
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