We are using the mender 2.0 in standalone mode. Currently, the system is working fine and can able to update the artifacts (A/B block update).
However, as part of security enablement, we need to make the rootfs as encrypted with dm-encypt.
This means that the mender can not access the physical partitions directly as “
/dev/mmcblk0p1” and need to use the virtual layer partition for the update.
Has anyone used or know how to configure the mender to use these virtual partitions for the A/B rootfs update?
Whether changing the “
MENDER_STORAGE_DEVICE” to the virtual name is enough for the mender to take the virtual partitions or do I need to configure anything else?