Re: Extended Attributes on crypto FS

	I've been using it on my system (NLD) for as long as I can remember
without any problems:

/dev/hda4 on /home type reiserfs

	No problems here.  I do see occasional CPU craziness but usually that's
just my iFolder client blowing up.  If you do have any problems with
running it on a crypto filesystem I would be happy to try and track them
down.  The only difference between our systems looks like I'm using
reiserfs instead of ext3.

On Mon, 2005-03-07 at 16:07 -0500, Joe Shaw wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-03-07 at 20:44 +0000, James Ogley wrote:
> > Works a treat actually, this is the line in /etc/cryptotab:
> > 
> > /dev/loop0  /dev/hda5       /home                ext3       twofish256
> > noatime,user_xattr
> > 
> > It hadnt occurred to me earlier that the last field was obviously the
> > mount options :)
> Right on.
> > Does end up hammering the CPU though, not sure if that's because of the
> > filesystem being encrypted or not though - running beagled in debug mode
> > to try and find out...
> Beagle will likely hammer your CPU at least at first as it sets up its
> crawler and starts indexing.  It should throttle itself so that it is
> using less CPU as it goes, however.  That said, it's a pretty IO
> intensive app and if CPU power is required to decrypt everything as it
> goes, that probably doesn't help things.
> Joe
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