On-Disk ZFS Encryption?
The Wikipedia article, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NexentaStor, states that NexentaStor supports “On-Disk ZFS Encryption”. I can’t find any option in the WebGUI, or any mention of this in the manual. We are required to have disk encryption and would like to know how to enable this.
RE: On-Disk ZFS Encryption? - Added by Anil Gulecha over 3 years ago
The wikipedia article was incorrect. Encryption support is in the near future of ZFS, and we'll add it when OpenSolaris adds it.
I've corrected the wiki page as well.
RE: On-Disk ZFS Encryption? - Added by Nilz N about 1 year ago
As I understand it, ZFS encryption has been available since ZPOOL/ZFS version 30. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZFS#Version_numbers http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZFS#Encryption **
- When can I expect this functionality (zpool version 30) to be available in Nexentastor?**
- Where can I check the current zpool version in Nexentastor?
- Is there a implementation roadmap anywhere?
RE: On-Disk ZFS Encryption? - Added by Roman Strashkin about 1 year ago
- no information
Native shell: zpool get version
NMC: show volume -v
- No information, but you can try to ask on illumos.org forum
RE: On-Disk ZFS Encryption? - Added by David Bond about 1 year ago
Encryption has been added to zfs but in Solaris 11 express no source released yet. That is supposed to be after Solaris 11 is out, then it can be added to nexenta. That is unless they decide to do it them selves based on what they know about it, but that could lead to it no longer being compatible with another zfs implementation.