Hot plugging quirk?
Plugging in and powering on an external SATA II hard drive device while in run level 3 results in the device being correctly assigned permissions of brw-rw--- and ownership of root:disk.
Plugging in and powering on an external SATA II hard drive device while in run level 1 results in the device being assigned permissions of brw------ and ownership of root:root. These latter assignments result in the disk not being recognized.
While in run level 1, changing to run level 3 results in the assignments being updated correctly.
I tested this in 13.1 and 14.0.
Why does this happen? udev rule quirk?
Is there a work-around to ensure the device is correctly assigned permissions/owneership when in run level 1?
If I remember right, into runlevel 1 you have the single user method.
Then, there is just the root user and nothing more. For me, these device permissions look very right.
Yes the permissions are maintained by udev. Normally udev is not running in runlevel 1 unless you start it manually.
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