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What are data integrity / bit-rot protection options on CentOS 7?

I have a 2 disk CentOS 7 machine build that that I need data integrity / bitrot protection on. How can I achieve this? Note from my reading btrfs,zfs and DM-Integrity does not seem to be options. ...
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How can I copy and verify a file as I do the copy?

(Yet another "copy and verify" question...) I have a reasonable amount of data I want to copy between several HDDs, and I want to make absolutely sure the data is copied correctly. My current ...
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Is it possible to access linux/ramdisk code memory from its running system?

I'm working with an embedded Linux device that has to be auditioned by a regulatory agency. The agency will select a few devices in the field to check if the code running is the same as auditioned. ...
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How to make use of tar --verify directly?

This question is about compressing rather large data directories (around 22-23 GiB), specifically the integrity checks of such archives. I do these big backups about once a month, so the time it takes ...
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Can I use dm-crypt and dm-verity at the same time? Or is it “one-or-the-other”?

I don't know too much professional theory of the two tools. I thought I would use dm-crypt to encrypt the whole partition, and then use dm-verity to verify the integrity of each block. Does that make ...
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Can Yum or any other RPM front end work with dm-verity?

My understanding is dm-verity target is read-only so there is no way Yum or any other RPM front end can install a new package on dm-verity enabled block device? Even if some mechanism is used to ...