Thanks for letting me know I will look into it later when I am not so busy. I am currently in encryption hell trying to get a procedure built to use luks, clevis and Tang server going on a root partition. Redhat does not have a lot of troubleshooting docs in this. That and I have to make it work with Ubuntu too. So my next few days are full.
@omnipotens If we miss some documentation for Fedora (or Red Hat), let me know. I have no issue with luks, but personally not sure about clevis and Tang ... I can at least ask on the internal list if someone tried this.
@gbraad Just curious what exactly you work on at redhat? I work for HPE dealing with nfv 5G related stuff. I kind of do everything from rfi's to uat to dev work. Kind of the person who lives in all departments lol.
@omnipotens DevTools and OpenShift, specifcally a tool called Minishift and now CRC (team lead and principal).Used to do OpenStack before this ... before this a lot of consultancy for OpenSource and communities in China and ThoughtWorks. Kind of same here; all over the place but focussing more on management and leading in recent times.
@omnipotens While working with OpenStack I dealt a lot with people (in China at least) from HPE. Seemed like a good bunch of people, but they got shaken around a lot with the breakups and mergers.
@gbraad By any chance do you know if Clevis and Tang is a fully support option from redhat?
It is in the security guide.
@omnipotens if in the security guide, also here: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/Security_Guide/sec-Using_Network-Bound_Disk_Encryption.html it is supported. If you encounter issues, file them in BZ.
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