Re: debian and UDEV
Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
> The most hideous problem of hotplug/udev is the following:
> You can't wait for an hotplug/udev event to be done processing. That
> is always done asynchron without any feedback of completion.
> Consequently any module loading has to randomly wait a while till
> devices show up before using it. A simple thing as
> modprobe my-harddisk-module
> mount /dev/my-hard-disk
> will randomly fail or succeed depending on current scheduling. Any
> sequence of loading a module and using the expected device node has to
> utilize a sleep statement and prey udev runs fast enough to complete
> in the given time.
I guess that the mount should/may appear in a special udev rule?
Whenever you meet yourself you're in a time loop or in front of a mirror.
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