Hi Julien, Julien Lecomte <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2017-08-20): > Boot method: CD on USB flashdrive > Image version: latest debian 9 available on site (as of 2017-08-19) > Date: 2017-08-20 > > Machine: built > Partitions: cf. below > > Initial boot: [O] > Detect network card: [O] > Configure network: [O] > Detect CD: [O] > Load installer modules: [O] > Clock/timezone setup: [O] > User/password setup: [O] > Detect hard drives: [O] > Partition hard drives: [O] > Install base system: [O] > Install tasks: [O] > Install boot loader: [O] > Overall install: [O] > > Comments/Problems: > > When I installed Debian, I chose the following for my personalized partition: > > /dev/sda > /dev/sda1 => /boot, ext4 > /dev/sda2 => encrypted, swap > /dev/sda3 => encrypted, / > > I left my /dev/sdb as unused, it only has /dev/sdb1 > > The following got saved in crypttab: > sda2_crypt /dev/sda2 /dev/urandom cipher=aes-xts-plain64,size=256,swap > sda3_crypt UUID=34d65b53-5df5-48da-8ca6-884b38a9cd7d none luks > > And the fstab was saved as : > UUID=f2050f17-78c5-431f-bfdc-80af4f2d0dc9 /boot ext4 discard,sync 0 2 > /dev/mapper/sda3_crypt / ext4 discard,errors=remount-ro 0 1 > /dev/mapper/sda2_crypt none swap sw 0 0 > > > Nevertheless, on reboot, I noticed that swap was not mounted. The issue is that > on first reboot, /dev/sda and /dev/sdb got switched. > > All the partitions referenced by UUID got mounted correctly. > > I'm probably lucky that /dev/sda2 from install didn't point to > anything anymore since it could have trashed a partition of mine. > > Shouldn't /etc/crypttab be created by using the UUID or partid of the > swap? I've only toyed with guided encrypted LVM setups, and there swap is on an LV, so I haven't seen this yet. Storing /dev/sda2 there looks buggy indeed, esp. since the root partition is pointed to by UUID instead… I'm not familiar with the relevant code yet though. KiBi.
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