How to change passphrase for FreeBSD 11.0 encrypted ZFS root?
amutu at amutu.com
Wed Jun 14 16:28:03 UTC 2017
Not a ufs?
What's the output of gpart show?
2017年6月15日 12:13 AM，"David Christensen" <dpchrist at holgerdanske.com>写道：
On 06/14/2017 05:35 AM, Jov wrote:
> On 06/14/2017 2:20 PM，"David Christensen wrote:
>> I issued the following command:
>> toor at freebsd:/root # geli setkey -n 0 /dev/ada0s1d Enter new
>> passphrase: Reenter new passphrase: Note, that the master key
>> encrypted with old keys and/or passphrase may still exists in a
>> metadata backup file.
>> Now when I boot, I enter the passphrase at the boot menu, a bunch
>> of stuff scrolls by, and then I see:
>> Enter passphrase for ada0s1d:
>> I enter the new passphrase and I see:
>> GEOM_ELI: Wrong key for ada0s1d. Tries left: 2. Enter passphrase
>> for ada0s1d:
> You change the passphrase without key file？ the default geli boot
> will read key files in /boot dir，the key file name is set in
> /boot/loader.conf, you shoud remove the settings if you not set it.
Thank you for the clue.
I would now like to edit /boot/loader, to see if I can adjust the settings
so that GELI will decrypt my root partition using just a passphrase.
When I boot the FreeBSD 11.0 i386 installer into single-user mode:
# mount /dev/ada0s1a /mnt
mount /dev/ada0s1a: Invalid argument
Why is mount(8) complaining?
# ls -l /dev/ada0s1a
crw-r----- 1 root operator 0x5b Jun 14 15:53 /dev/ada0s1a
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