LVM and encrypted partitions
I recently installed the latest Debian stable on a server and chose
encrypted LVM using the guided partitioning option. I chose seperate
partitions for /home, /var, /tmp, / and /usr.
All works fine, but I have one query:
the first partition was for /boot and is unencrypted. The second
partition was ??? What was it? Was it LVM containing a bunch of
dm-crypt partitions or was it one dm-crypt partition containing a bunch
of LVM partitions?
If I assume that it is an encrypted partition containing a bunch of LVM
partitions, does this mean I can still use LVM tools to resize my
partitions? What tools are there for managing LVM within an encrypted
GnuPG Key ID: ECB18ABA
Fingerprint: FDF3 91FC F5BC 1164 E217 315E 337E 219B ECB1 8ABA