OpenBSD encrypted NAS HOWTO

Monday, 16 July 2007, 8:07 AM EST

This document will try to explain what it takes to get an encrypted NAS on OpenBSD.

In this setup we’ll have one separate disk for the OS (in this case sd0) and two disks (in our case, wd0 and wd1) for the RAID 1 array. In total we’re going to mirror the two big disks and on top of that array we’re going to build an encrypted filesystem.

At Geek Technique.

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