IIRC that NO SCSI drives could do encryption. Needs to be Fiber or SAS
As to the keys that is absolutely a concern but just like your car you
don't put one set in the glove-box and one in the ignition. You put the
second one in a safe place like under the mat. .....kidding..... The
keys are stored in a server and a second server that is off-site. If the
tape drive goes up in smoke or down in water you get a new drive and
connect it to the remote server with the keys and now you can read your
Switching between LPARs automatically with SSH script to HMC works very
well. A little setup is required but after that no issue.
- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis
On 7/24/2014 1:12 PM, Cyndi Bradberry wrote:
Don't I wish I could have new hardware. We just got a generator approved that will power our whole building.
I dearly would love to go to 7.2 to test the Row/Column Access control stuff. Audit stuff is thinking that we must encrypt data on the screens, but I'm working with canned code, no source. Our DR box will go no higher than 7.1, so for a while I am stuck.
Our 2900 is scsi, no fiber anywhere.
Tks for the thoughts.