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SubjectRe: devfs

how about this?

/dev/sd/h0c0t0u0p2

There. that should make everyone happy...

first part after the /dev describes the type of device so
you can have /dev/scd/.... , /dev/sgd
and preserve all the current names

---Jauder
> >
> > > 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.
>
> This naming scheme should be used for 'non-disk' scsi devices top. Please
> dont put them in /dev/disk or anything.. But please do lose the sd_
>
> > 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.
> >
> > --Jauder
>

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