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Re: scsi device naming / driver built in kernel 2.6.x

On 12/12/05, Gebhardt Thomas <gebhardt@hrz.uni-marburg.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> can someone please give me a hint/a pointer to docs
> on how to solve the following problem:
> A server has both an internal and an external raid controler
> (scsi driver gdth and aic7xxx, respectively). Unfortunately
> the external raid becomes /dev/sda, the internal raid becomes
> /dev/sdb. When I boot with the external raid unplugged, the
> the internal raid becomes /dev/sda.
> I can swap the device names by altering the sequence of the
> scsi module loading in the initrd. But I'd like to compile the
> scsi drivers into the kernel, since all my other servers are
> booting without an initrd, too.
> Is there a way to accomplish this? If there is more than one way:
> what's the state of the art? (I googled for some solutions that
> involved devfs).
There is a work out with udev See the article in
same principle can be applied for your USB hard drive.

linux user No.205042

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