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Hi, as I noticed that I can't access the device, I recreated the raid manually. mdadm --create --level=5 -n 3 /dev/md127 /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd Could this damage the key-slot? Are the metadata of the RAID relevant to this?I read that old versions of mdadm created RAIDs with metadata=0.90 and the newer versions with metadata=1.20.
artificial On 04/08/2012 05:47 PM, Arno Wagner wrote:
Hi, a RAID degradation and successful rebuild does not have this effect. Did you do something else? Or did you do a manual (forced) rebuild? What exactly did happen to the RAID and what did you do to fix it? The symptoms you see are typical for a damaged key-slot. The header resides in a single sector and is not affected. If so, a header backup is possibly the only thing that will help you, see the FAQ for details. Arno On Sun, Apr 08, 2012 at 03:04:47PM +0200, artificial11000 wrote:Hi guys, after my encrypted RAID 5 was degraded and rebuilt, I can't open it anymore. cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/md127 archiv Geben Sie den Passsatz f?r /dev/md127 ein: Kein Schl?ssel mit diesem Passsatz verf?gbar. It says that the provided password doesn't match any of the stored keys. Here's the output of luksDump: cryptsetup luksDump /dev/md127 LUKS header information for /dev/md127 Version: 1 Cipher name: aes Cipher mode: xts-plain Hash spec: sha1 Payload offset: 4040 MK bits: 512 MK digest: 53 24 e5 1d 68 3e f1 5f 96 56 06 23 85 4a b6 89 07 de 52 1d MK salt: 5b 2e 4b 48 d8 2f 91 52 90 79 3b 6e 73 13 52 f1 8f 9e 35 50 8e 25 9e 92 22 52 48 26 44 d7 bd 6c MK iterations: 10 UUID: 3fbd3c47-8dc3-4541-8960-00c0a80c8ae9 Key Slot 0: ENABLED Iterations: 363564 Salt: 32 db 41 40 56 fe 6f a9 c7 e4 c4 5f a0 4c 52 db 8e df 07 8c 9b 32 86 e6 ac 0c 8a e6 c4 69 31 0f Key material offset: 8 AF stripes: 4000 Key Slot 1: DISABLED Key Slot 2: DISABLED Key Slot 3: DISABLED Key Slot 4: DISABLED Key Slot 5: DISABLED Key Slot 6: DISABLED Key Slot 7: DISABLED Can anyone help me? Regards artificial _______________________________________________ dm-crypt mailing list dm-crypt@xxxxxxxx http://www.saout.de/mailman/listinfo/dm-crypt
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