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Can I have both a case-insensitive system volume and a case-sensitive volume within an encrypted CoreStorage volume? Core Storage: can not create a volume within a volume can create a logical volume (LV) within a logical volume group (LVG). … to keep the main system volume case-insensitive … That's reasonable. … to have my home dir be ...


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First off, SSD garbage collection and Trim are very different animals. Garbage collection is based on moving existing data, deleting stale data and creating empty blocks in which to write new data. The drive's understanding of the data is nothing more or less than data is there or it isn't. There is no concept of a file system in an SSD's controller. All ...


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It looks like probably not, based on a few search results :( http://macs.about.com/od/LionTipsNtricks/ss/Filevault-2-Using-Disk-Encryption-With-Os-X-Lion.htm says: FileVault 2 [...] only encrypts the startup drive. If you have additional drives or partitions, including a Windows partition created with Boot Camp, they will remain unencrypted. This ...


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No - nothing really happened when you asked for the erase and yes - you are basically done when you delete a partition instead of decrypting all of the contents. Even if you used a third-party tool instead of the supplied disk utility to securely overwrite an SSD, it doesn't cover 100% of the storage space due to how flash memory is over provisioned and the ...



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