Clarify LUKS2 error message related to reencryption.
Original messages could evoke reencryption is currently in progress. That was inaccurate because code only detected flag marking such device is in transition state from metadata pov. We should not imply anything about running processes. That's detected via reencryption locks.
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Cryptsetup is a utility used to conveniently set up disk encryption based on the DMCrypt kernel module.
These include plain dm-crypt volumes, LUKS volumes, loop-AES and TrueCrypt (including VeraCrypt extension) formats.
The project also includes a veritysetup utility used to conveniently setup DMVerity block integrity checking kernel module and, since version 2.0, integritysetup to setup DMIntegrity block integrity kernel module.
LUKS is the standard for Linux hard disk encryption. By providing a standard on-disk-format, it does not
only facilitate compatibility among distributions, but also provides secure management of multiple user passwords.
LUKS stores all necessary setup information in the partition header, enabling to transport or migrate data seamlessly.
Last version of the LUKS2 format specification is available here.
Last version of the LUKS1 format specification is available here.
All release tarballs and release notes are hosted on kernel.org.
The latest cryptsetup version is 2.2.2
For libcryptsetup documentation see libcryptsetup API page.
The libcryptsetup API/ABI changes are tracked in compatibility report.
NLS PO files are maintained by TranslationProject.
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