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SubjectRe: /proc/scsi/map
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> Life would be easier if the scsi subsystem would just report which SCSI
> device (uniquely identified by the controller,bus,target,unit tuple) belongs
> to which high-level device. The information is available in the kernel.


Does this not fail if I pull a device off, change its ID (perhaps to fit into another system), then plug it in again? Or if I move it from one adaptor to another?





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