Re: Can grub2 1.99-23 support /boot inside LVM ?
On 06/11/2012 08:47, Gour wrote:
On Tue, 6 Nov 2012 10:55:40 +0530
"J. B"<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Can I go for completely encrypted disk now, i.e. /boot inside the LVM
? Has any one checked ? Please share your findings.
Don't know about encryption, but I use wheezy (installed few days ago)
on a system withoput /boot, using LVM on top of raid-1.
it can work, I run a lvm on luks setup on a laptop with everything
inside the lvm, the system is (k)ubuntu. Wheezy should have all required
components to run this kind of setup, I just didn't have time to try
yet. Maybe you want to try with a test system first, possibly in a
That being said, it's an undocumented setup (if anyone knows of a good
doc please share), it's not endorsed by the distribution, as such it can
break at any time due to an update or some grub hickups. It also
requires you to manually configure your system after installation since
no installer I know of will let you put everything inside a (raid) +
luks + lvm container.
If you are not familiar with luks, grub, lvm and such I would advise to
stick to the known working design with separate /boot.
If you want to try first google around or better go to grub development
list archive  and search for "/boot on luks" or other "/boot + crypt
+ luks" keywords, you will find hints on how to make such a setup.