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Using Vault encryption keys on block volumen

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hi all

i want to secure the boot volume of a Linux oel7 machine using our encryption key

so i have done the following steps

  • Created a vault in a compartment named DevOps
  • Created a Master encryption key, one AES software-based, and another AES Hsm based
  • i modified the root tenancy adding these policies

Allow group Administrators to manage vaults in tenancy   

Allow group Administrators to manage keys in tenancy

Allow group Administrators to manage secret-family in tenancy

Allow service blockstorage, objectstorage-eu-frankfurt-1 to use keys in compartment Development

The Linux machine is in compartment development

when i tried to assign the key to the block volume it gave me an error

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