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On Wed, May 25, 2005 at 01:24:45PM -0600, Kelli Cameron wrote: > I am running RHEL 4 with the 184.108.40.206 iscsi initiator I am using > devlabel in an attempt to persistently bind my user-defined device names > to their respective UUIDs. I followed the directions from Redhat and, > upon completing the required tasks, the operation completes > successfully. I added the entries to the /etc/fstab.iscsi file and can > issue mounts and umounts with success. I currently have 2 iscsi > volumes created at device files /dev/sdc and /dev/sdd. However, when I > add another iscsi volume to the system, it grabs the first available > device file regardless of my devlabel rules. When this happens, the > volume that was at /dev/sdc moves to /dev/sde and the new volume takes > /dev/sdc. It's my understanding the using devlabel will stop this > shift in device files from happening. Has anyone seen this? Thanks! You need to use the symlink devlabel creates to refer to the disks, not /dev/sd*. -- AJ Lewis Voice: 612-638-0500 Red Hat Inc. E-Mail: alewis@xxxxxxxxxx 720 Washington Ave. SE, Suite 200 Minneapolis, MN 55414 Current GPG fingerprint = D9F8 EDCE 4242 855F A03D 9B63 F50C 54A8 578C 8715 Grab the key at: http://people.redhat.com/alewis/gpg.html or one of the many keyservers out there...
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