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SubjectRe: Ideas for v2.1
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> > As a SCSI user, I put my vote in for using a naming convention
> > like: c0t0l0 (controller, target (device), LUN)
> > but what about the _FUTURE_?? Ultra SCSI devices can be dynamically
> > reconfigured by software to a different target number. Or will Linux
> > decide now to _NEVER_ use such a feature?
>
> Or what about a person with two removeable media SCSI drives. It
> would be nice it the mountpoint could be specific to the actual
> removeable disk so it doesn't matter which removeable drive the disk
> is mounted in.

Although I like your idea, I wonder if it is possible to incorporate
this into existing filesystems? For it to be practical, I think
_all_ fs types should be supported.

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