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    Subjectfilm at 11: kernel update breaks udev.
    Just one of my machines to 2.6.22.1, and got this during boot..

    Starting udev: udevd-event[619]: udev_node_symlink: symlink(../../sdc/dev/disk/by-uuid/2d773baf-8174-10a6-14db-a78e0e676e89) failed: File exists

    Under 2.6.21, all was fine.

    sdc is one disk of a 3 disk raid5 set.
    The raidset still manages to come up despite this.

    This is a Fedora 7 box, with udev-106-4.1.fc7

    What changed this time?

    Dave

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