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    SubjectRe: Encrypted Filesystem
    Hi!

    > > Have you given any thought to journalling? fscking? Can directory
    > > contents be encrypted? If so, what does the dir look like to others
    > > (e.g. backup utils)
    > >
    > > Per-file signatures will severely affect random access performance.
    > > Changing 1 byte in a 1 GB file would require the whole thing to be reread.
    >
    > What about calculating signatures on a per-block basis instead?

    Hmm, having md5's in indirect blocks would be very nice for detecting
    cable problems ;-). That's usefull even without encryption.
    Pavel
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