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    SubjectSCSI device assignation?

    I have a SCSI HD (id 1), a CD-ROM (id 2), cd CD-Writer (id 3), an external
    Syquest EZ drive (id 4) and I have just bought an U2W HD (usine id 6).

    I have installed linux (stampede, but doesn't matter here...) on the U2W
    disk, with the EZ power off, I haven't modified the id of the U2W drive,
    because I wanted to have the choice for latter adding SCSI stuff (at id 0,
    5,6:changing the U2W to 8 or more) and for my problem, that do not change
    anything for now...

    I was thinking I could access my EZ under linux with echo "add single...
    > /proc/scsi/scsi...

    I was fault (I imagined that the EZ would become sdc...)!

    What is the standard way for mixing together those id?

    I have to say that I prefer HP-UX way of naming device (with the id in the
    name of the device) (and the restriction that maybe there is a usefull way
    under linux to do it?).


    Gregoire Favre, Institut de Mathematique de l'Universite de Lausanne
    +41 21 692 35 73,

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