My loop-aes encrypted swap partition is not being added at boot (F15 64-bit; 3.0.9 kernel). This worked correctly prior to the change to systemd. The swap device is properly configured as I can manually add it by losetup'ing the device and then using the swapon command. Unfortunately to boot successfully in the new systemd world I need it to work via the systemctl command.
A similar bug has been reported against F16 with LUKs-encrypted swap (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=755164
), although in that case executing the command 'systemctl start swap.target' after boot successfully adds the swap; in my case this does not work. I am thinking that my swap.target file is not configured properly, but I can't find an example file in the docs, man pages, or by searching.
An example of a swap.target file configured to point at anything other than the system defaults would be ideal, although I'm open to any suggestions/advice.