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mdadm / lvm / dm-crypt is probably your best bet - and its not that complex at all - you just handle each layer appropriately - or, depending on your needs, mdadm /dm-crypt/lvm (if you want all the LV's to share a single device with 1 passphrase) You are right not to use encfs - its insecure.


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Since this question has not gotten much attention, and it doesn't seem to be as much of an issue anymore, I am going to try and answer it myself from what I have found via trial and error. Rather than offering a bounty on this, I seem to have come up with a working solution, but if anyone can offer a better answer than this, I will gladly choose their ...


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At least ZFS On Linux, which given the tags on the question is probably what you are referring to, does not support your proposed usage at present. As I have discussed elsewhere, ZFS does not support removing constituent devices from a striped set. The pool itself is a striped set of one or more vdevs, where the vdevs may be single device, mirror sets or ...



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