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- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: vm.swapencrypt.enable
- From: Patrick Latifi <patrick_(_dot_)_l_(_at_)_hermes_(_dot_)_usherb_(_dot_)_ca>
- Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 02:36:09 +0000
I actually got this little surprise i actually entered the following command:
running on OpenBSD 2.8-current
# sysctl -a | grep swap
vm.swapencrypt.enable = 1
vm.swapencrypt.keyscreated = 0
vm.swapencrypt.keysdeleted = 0
I just wanted to make sure swapencrypt was turned 'on' but i realized there was
2 new sysctl variables added. These weren't available back then in 2.7
Should vm.swapencrypt.keyscreated 0 -> 1 in order to get vm.swapencrypt fully functional?
Why were these 2 variables added? What kind of new functionnality to they provide?
Thank you for your time,