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Re: btrfs on LUKS

Thank you for answering. But I still looking for a software solution. Is
there a way to make a setup with the debian-installer?


> On 10/31/2012 7:56 PM, Celejar wrote:
>> On Wed, 31 Oct 2012 19:01:40 -0500
>> Stan Hoeppner <stan@hardwarefreak.com> wrote:
>>> Why didn't you purchase a self encrypting SSD?  Eliminates all of these
>>> issues.  Lots of them available today.
>> Price? Doing a quick check on Newegg, the cheapest SSDs currently start
>> at about $50-$60 (although one can occasionally find one on sale /
>> special / after rebate for $20-$30), and searching within those
>> results for 'encryption' indicates that the cheapest with that
>> capability is about $95.
> Your methods are not sufficient.  Newegg doesn't provide the necessary
> information in it's product database.
> SandForce 1000/2000 series controllers do automatic transparent AES-128
> or AES-256 encryption depending on controller model, and do so while
> achieving much higher performance than all other SSD controllers on the
> market.  They also support a boot time disk password.
> http://www.lsi.com/technology/duraclass/Pages/Automatic-Encryption.aspx
> This $45 40GB Mushkin drive has an SF-1200 controller:
> http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226168
> This $90 120GB OCZ Agility3 has an SF-2281 controller:
> http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820227914
> Thus cost isn't really a factor.  The $45 is current regular price on
> Mushkin, not after rebate, etc.  Frankly I'd be surprised that anyone
> would be anything but a SandForce based SSD today, given the
> price/performance/capacity ratio.  The OP's SSD may in fact be a
> SandForce model, and he may simply not be aware of it, or the features I
> mentioned above.

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