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Something that works with ZFS for sure, probably also with lvm, btrfs and other volume managers: You could use several empty files (created with dd if=/dev/zero of=file01 bs=1M count=2000) and then use these files as "hard disks" in your volume manager to form a RAID0 (striping). For btrfs and lvm, you have to mount your files as loop devices (see other ...


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You can transparently access to different parts of file via loops. Below is a script what implements your example setup: dd if=/dev/zero of=A count=8 losetup --offset 0 --sizelimit 1024 /dev/loop0 A losetup --offset 1024 --sizelimit 1024 /dev/loop1 A losetup --offset 2048 --sizelimit 1024 /dev/loop2 A losetup --offset 3072 --sizelimit 1024 /dev/loop3 A ...


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TrueCrypt was discontinued about a year ago; I've been using DiskCryptor ever since. If I were you I'd grab everything from the TrueCrypt area and move it to a platform that's being currently maintained. As time progresses it will get worse since it isn't being developed anymore.



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