According to the Systemdocs of the Self encryption:
As data is saved to a user's virtual hard-drive, it is broken up into a minimum of three chunks, hashed and then encrypted. To further obfuscate the data, every chunk is passed through an XOR function using the hashes of other chunks. Each chunk is then broken in thirty two pieces and key value pairs are added to a table on the users computer called a data map
So we have four step:
2,/Aes256 encryption with the hash of next chunk.
3./XOR encryption with the next encrypted chunk.
4./Generate 32 new pieces (of each twice encypted chunk) with the data dispersal algorithm
What the size of the chunks after the four step?
In relation to the old system, without data dispersal, the Datamap increases greatly.
Can we have problems with slow boot as long as we should read the Datamap to access other files?
With the data dispersal, especially with no large files, do not generate a lot of work to Managers?