[Bug 242448] Re: Hardy ecryptfs can cause data loss

Adam Wood adamwood at xephi.co.uk
Tue Aug 12 13:42:43 UTC 2008

I've just gone back to test it again and have discovered there may be a
time element involved.

After my earlier test I accidentally forgot to unmount /tmp/dir2 
I've just unmounted and re-mounted it and there was file corruption.

I've just repeated the test using 2 new directories, /tmp/dir3 and
/tmp/dir4. Unmounting and remounting immediately shows that they are
decrypting fine.

I'll keep an eye on the new directories and see what happens over time.

Hardy ecryptfs can cause data loss
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