RHEL6 - UDEV naming override
I have a server with a bunch of attached SCSI disks (direct attached from an enclosure), and a bunch of internal, RAID'ed disks. The OS, keeps naming my internal disks /dev/sdt and /dev/sds ; when I would really prefer them to be /dev/sda and /dev/sdb .
How do I get it to override whatever udev (i assume it's udev anyway) has decided because the following:
Google so far hasn't helped, and neither have the RHEL course notes on how to configure storage :S
This is on RHEL6.2 ;
Any help would be appreciated!
Collect the SCSI Worldwide ID (WWID) for each device. The command must execute using the device node name, not the mount point of the device. For example, when performing operations against SCSI disk "sdb" Use '/block/sdb' not '/sys/block/sdb'.
# scsi_id -g -u -s /block/sdb SCSIID_54321afdec
Add an instance of the following line to the rules file (/etc/udev/rules.d/rulesfile) for each device. Substitute the SCSI WWID collected in above step
KERNEL=="sd*", BUS=="scsi", PROGRAM=="/sbin/scsi_id -g -u -s %p", RESULT=="<scsi_id>", SYMLINK+="<your_disk_name>%n"
Note that When udev creates the symlink to the device the partition number will be appended to the end.
Test the configuration for each device:
# udevtest /block/sdb
Once the configuration has been tested and verified, reinitialize UDEV with the following command:
Hello there Amit
No, see apart from that not relating to RHEL6, that would create a new symlink for the devices that have already been named. I'm after naming the original device to that the current /dev/sds really is /dev/sda and not something that gives me a /dev/<something>/<something else>/sda
Any other thoughts?
Use NAME instead of SYMLINK in udev rules..
As far as I understand you would like to change device sds to sda on reboot and want to make it static persistent. And do not want to create symlink of device. Try to use NAME option in udev rules ..
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