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SubjectRe: Linux not adhering to BIOS Drive boot order?
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Venkateshr@ami.com said:
> Like the ext2 labels? (man e2label)
> [Venkatesh Ramamurthy] This re-ordering of the scsi drives should be
> done by SCSI ML , so is incorporating ext2 fs data structure knowledge
> on the SCSI ML a good idea?.

You'd better not care what the drives ae called - it will all change with
devfs.

filesystem labels are to identify the filesystems so you can mount the right
ones in the right places. Even if the device names change.




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