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Bug#389881: RC-ness of this bug

On Thu, Mar 08, 2007 at 11:21:05AM +0000, Colin Watson wrote:
> +		uuid="$(PATH="/lib/udev:$PATH" vol_id -u $fs)"
> +		if [ "$uuid" ]; then
> +		    printf "# %s\n" "$(mapdevfs $fs)"
> +		    printf "%-15s %-15s %-7s %-15s %-7s %s\n" "UUID=$uuid" "${mp}" "$type" "$options" "$dump" "$pass"

I've seen these UUID tags break fsck on edgy (after it was released as stable).
I don't think it's a good idea to switch to this in the last minute.

Besides, what's the point of fixing it at the fstab generation?  grub still
expects device ordering to be consistent (and doesn't rely on fstab for device

If device ordering can't be made consistent, you can still workaround the
problem in device.map, but then you'll have to change it again post
grub-install or installed system's device.map will be broken.

Robert Millan

ACK STORM, S.L.  -  http://www.ackstorm.es/

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