[arch-general] Error message with full disk encryption
P. A. López-Valencia
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Sat Feb 13 22:42:33 UTC 2016
El 13/02/2016 a las 4:49 a. m., PeLo L escribió:
> I've followed the arch wiki and deployed a full disk encrypted install. Everything works fine and am able to boot properly into the install. While trying to shutdown my system, systemd displays an error which says "systemd: stopped (with error) /dev/mapper/crypt-boot". 'crypt-boot' is the device mapper name for the encrypted boot partition. Could someone explain this. Do I need to be concerned of any data loss in the boot partition?
> - Solomon
As you are shutting down, the filesystem becomes unreadable for the
systemd process, you need to add the shutdown hook to mkinitcpio in
order to have a copy of the initramfs at shutdown time.
Pedro A. López-Valencia
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