Re: SATA Harddisk order in debian squeeze
On 5/10/2011 3:45 AM, Markus Neviadomski wrote:
Good lord man fix your MUA's formatting. I've had to pull 3 pairs of
scissors out to replay to this...
running 3 SATA-drives in Raid 5 for a couple of years. I used kernel
2.6.23 since, 3 or 4 months ago, CF-Card, mounted as /dev/hda.
dist-upgrade to lenny with kernel 2.6.32. All was running fine, but
cf-card was mounted as /dev/sda!
You don't read release notes and such. You should get in that habit.
Libata, the cause of your problem, has been in the kernel for a long
time. Debian is late to the table, as usual, so you're just now seeing
it. The answer is using drive UUIDs with mdadm[.conf] instead of the
old /dev/YdX device naming convention. See: