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Not much on raid, but udev assigns this stuff automatically when you reboot. Usually, there are two ways to address this. I am assuming one of these will be appropriate for raid. In fstab you can assign things with UUID instead of the /dev/sda1 or whatever. Another way is to write a udev rule that will instruct udev to always give your device the same name. I feel sure one of these approaches is what you need.