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Bug#389881: RC-ness of this bug

> UUIDs certainly have their disadvantages (verbosity being the main one),
> but they're a hell of a lot better than labels for automatic use like
> this. UUIDs are suitable for automatic generation while labels should
> only be set by the sysadmin. The fiasco with Red Hat's installer setting
> labels which can then end up conflicting with itself if you do multiple
> parallel installs should demonstrate this (and some of the people
> involved in Anaconda development said to me in person that in hindsight
> this was probably a mistake). We've already backed away from automatic
> use of labels once (http://bugs.debian.org/310754) so let's not have to
> do so again!
i'd still be happier with hardware IDs or paths than partition UUIDs, UUIDs seem very prone to things breaking on filesystem or disk cloning which is not something a *nix admin would expect to break stuff (unlike changing hardware)

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