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comment Creating a disk image of dm-crypt/LUKS encrypted LVM partition (Linux)
More specifically, I wanted to make backup image of only the disk blocks that are used, like what is already done by various imaging software with unencrypted partitions. I was hoping that there would be some software out there that understood LUKS and LVM, so the user only has to provide the password and then the software can automatically figure out which blocks need to be backed up into the image. Apparently there is no software like that, so I'm stuck with running scripts to decrypt and mount the LVM myself before letting the backup software run on it.
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