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SubjectRe: devfs
On Tue, 13 Jan 1998, Richard Gooch wrote:

> h0c0t0u0p2 new scheme: requires people to change compatibility
> symlinks and /etc/fstab (if you've gone that far)

use this one.

> Leonard: what's your view on the placement of these devices:
> /dev/sd_h0c0t0u0p2 OR:
> /dev/disc/sd_h0c0t0u0p2

how about /dev/dsk/h0c0t0u0p2? lose the sd_. it doesn't buy you anything.
ide drives are done differently anyways.

as far as the id changing. I think leonard was refering to the case where you
have a standard IDE disk and scsi based say jaz drive... if scsi is compiled as
a module and the jaz is mounted, unmounted and remounted, problems appear.


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