I’m struggling to enable dm-verity on Jetson Nano 4GB [B02] board. I’m using L4T v32.7.1. From the error message, it appears that dm-verity module is not built into kernel.
sudo veritysetup open --no-superblock /boot/initrd.img verity-test ~/verity-hashes.img [hashcode]
device-mapper: reload ioctl on failed: Invalid argument
Kernel doesn’t support dm-verity mapping.
Below are set of commands to repro this on Jetson Nano.
Create data image
dd if=/dev/zero of=~/tmp/data_partition.img bs=4k count=256
tune2fs -c0 -i0 ~/tmp/data_partition.img
Create a text file for testing
sudo mount -o loop data_partition.img /mnt/
sudo touch hello.txt
sudo umount /mnt
Create image for hashes
dd if=/dev/zero of=~/tmp/hash_partition.img bs=4k count=256
tune2fs -c0 -i0 ~/tmp/hash_partition.img
Setting up dm-verity
veritysetup -v --debug format data_partition.img hash_partition.img
sudo veritysetup open data_partition.img verity-test hash_partition.img [hashcode]
This fails on Jetson Nano with message ‘device-mapper: reload ioctl on failed: Invalid argument
Kernel doesn’t support dm-verity mapping.’
The same set of commands works on stock Ubuntu 18 running on laptop.
Is there a way to get dm-verity enabled on Jetson Nano.
Maybe check the kernel document if any help.
Is the dm-verity setup built into the kernel, or I need to re-build the kernel adding following flags to public/source/ kernel/kernel-4.9/arch/arm64/configs/tegra_defconfig
CONFIG_DM_VERITY=y # Enable DM-Verity
CONFIG_DM_VERITY_HASH_PREFETCH_MIN_SIZE_128=y # DM-Verity hash prefetch optimization
Suppose need enable and replace the kernel for it.
Can you please share the set of steps required to build the kernel with config changes and deploy it on Jetson Nano board.
I’ve been struggling to do so far. I found that kernel image built from unmodified public/sources [v32.7.1 downloaded from link] shows unexpected behavior. The newly flashed OS [with locally built kernel] kills the X-windows and goes to boot console, after first time configuration. On reboot, the device remains in boot screen with following error messages
- Failed to start nvpmodel.service.
- Reserved SVD code 0 [ n times]
Below are the steps, I’ve been following
- cd source/public
- cd kernel/kernel-4.9
- sudo make ARCH=arm64 tegra_defconfig
- sudo make ARCH=arm64 -j(nproc)
- sudo cp arch/arm64/boot/Image …/…/…/…/kernel/
- cd …/…/…/…/
- sudo ./apply_binaries.sh
- sudo ./flash.sh DTB jetson-nano-emmc mmcblk0p1
I’m wondering if the kernel file bundled in L4T Driver Package [Jetson-210_Linux_R32.7.1_aarch64.tbz2] is built from a different code commit than the one in public_sources.tbz2. Can we get on a call today to resolve this issue?
Thanks Shane, for the prompt response.
I’ll try it out and revert to you.
Thanks Shane. We have successfully built dm-verity in the kernel. The kernel_custom.html link was super useful.
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