posted this on November 07, 2013 09:40
How do I confirm that zncrypt is running and protecting my data?
To confirm that the zncrypt is running you can run the following command to confirm that the encrypted storage is active:
$ sudo /etc/init.d/zncrypt-mount status
You can also confirm that that the zncryptfs kernel module is loaded by running:
$ modinfo zncryptfs
You can confirm what mode zNcrypt is running in by issuing this command:
$ sudo /usr/sbin/zncrypt status -d
This will list the current running mode for zncrypt:
Enforcing (Normal mode - ACL rules being enforced) Permissive (Mode used to assist with initial ACL rule creation).Admin (For use with a Gazzang support Rep.)
The expected mode is "enforcing". This indicates that the ACL rules are being enforced, and only those processes have access to the encrypted data.
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