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systemd-integritysetup@.service, systemd-integritysetup - Disk integrity protection logic
systemd-integritysetup@.service is a service responsible for setting up integrity protected block devices. It should be instantiated for each device that requires integrity protection. At early boot and when the system manager configuration is reloaded, entries from integritytab(5) are converted into systemd-integritysetup@.service units by systemd- integritysetup-generator(8). systemd-integritysetup@.service calls systemd-integritysetup.
The following commands are understood by systemd-integritysetup: attach volume device [key-file|-] [option(s)|-] Create a block device volume using device. See integritytab(5) and Kernel dm-integrity documentation for details. detach volume Detach (destroy) the block device volume. help Print short information about command syntax.
systemd(1), integritytab(5), systemd-integritysetup-generator(8), integritysetup(8)
1. Kernel dm-integrity https://www.kernel.org/doc/html/latest/admin-guide/device-mapper/dm-integrity.html