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    SubjectRe: kernel cmdline: root=/dev/sdb1,/dev/sda1 "fallback"?

    > The device is pretty small and has no keyboard, video card etc., so if it ever
    > happens to break (can be a disk failure, but also operator who messed with
    > startup scripts), it has to be opened (warranty!).
    >
    > These all unpleasant tasks could be avoided if it was possible to have a
    > "fallback" device. For example, consider this hypothetical command line:
    >
    > root=/dev/sdb1,/dev/sda1

    You should use initramfs to achieve that.


    (Note that SD naming is anyway dynamic - if only one of USB or HDD
    is plugged in, it will most likely become sda.)


    -`J'
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