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SubjectRe: udev and /dev/sda1 not found during boot (it's there right after boot)
Greg KH wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 24, 2004 at 12:37:41AM -0700, Erik Steffl wrote:
>
>> just moved to udev and everything seems to be working OK except of
>>SATA drive (visible as /dev/sda1) when fsck checks it during boot (it
>>works fine right after that).
>
>
> This is a Debian specific bug/issue. I suggest you file it against the
> Debian udev package, as it is not a kernel issue.

why would you think it's debian specific issue?

btw if I add sleep at the beginning of /etc/init.d/checkfs.sh (runs
fsck for all filesystems) everythings works. Which I guess confirms that
there is some delay between when the module is loaded and when the
device is available in userspace. Is that how udev works? How can this
issue be solved?

kernel 2.6.5, udev 0.024, debian unstable

erik
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