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Hello running Solaris 8. Wondering how to encrypt the daily backup. We use ufsdump.
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# ufsdump 0uf - /storage | encrypt -a des | dd of=/dev/rmt/0
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You'll need to use the -k flag to encrypt if you don't want to be prompted for the key everytime you run the backup.
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