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Build RAID-1 + LUKS + LVM for QEMU virtual machine

Build RAID-1 + LUKS + LVM for QEMU virtual machine

The bash shell scripts included in this project automate the process of building, experimenting, and executing a mirrored encrypted LVM installation of Ubuntu. Using a QEMU virtual machine it is possible to safely experiment with removing and re-adding disk devices to simulate device failure.

The two ASCIInema recordings here demonstrate creating the installation using two disk-files and then booting the OS in a QEMU virtual machine.

There is a README.md file included in the TAR explaining how to use the tools.

Build

Boot Virtual Machine