Re: dd command can't get the same uuid
On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 12:50 AM, Bob Proulx <email@example.com> wrote:
> Fnzh Xx wrote:
>> root@debian:/home/tiger# dd if=/dev/sda of=/dev/sdb bs=10240k
>> 11447+1 records in
>> 11447+1 records out
>> 120034123776 bytes (120 GB) copied, 4729.59 s, 25.4 MB/s
>> root@debian:/home/tiger# blkid
>> why /dev/sda6 uuid don't equal /dev/sdb6 uuid?
> I expect the kernel cached the previous value. I expect you would
> need to trigger the kernel to re-probe the partitions again. Not
> sure but seems reasonable. (shrug)
> # apt-get install parted
> # partprobe
> # partprobe /dev/sdX
> The 'blkid' command also has a cache too. It might be necessary to
> flush it or tell it 'blkid -c /dev/null' to avoid it. See the man
> page for details.
There's also "wipefs" to check whether you have an outdated filesystem
signature - and delete it if necessary.