I'm using dm-crypt and LVM, which I set up during installation. I have two volume groups, one of which is encrypted and not needed for system/boot purposes. As of now, Ubuntu asks for a password on boot to mount the encrypted volumes. The computer in question will be remotely administered, so I won't be able to enter any password on boot.
Ideally I would like it to boot normally without asking for a password, after which I could ssh in and mount the encrypted volume manually. I suspect this involves creating a new initramfs, but I'm not sure.
Any hints as to what I need to do to not have to enter a password on boot?