Storage Management for Privacy and Resilience

The Linux Users Group at Georgia Tech presents:

“Storage Management for Privacy and Resilience”
by Chad Kersey

September 7th 2011, 7:00 PM
Klaus Advanced Computing Building, room 2456
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Linux offers a dizzying array of options for setting up encrypted, redundant file storage and swap. This presentation will discuss reasons for using encryption (including encrypted swap space), and RAID, and cover a basic set of tools needed to set up encrypted or redundant filesystems and swap partitions on disk image files, as well as physical disks.

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