Originally Posted by Electro
Use labels instead of using device nodes.
OK, that works for a partition with a filesystem.
What about swap ? It didn't mount, "waiting for /dev/sda1 to appear....". (I know I can add swap later on), but nicer if boot disk stays /dev/sda ! I'll check my bios if I can prioritize one disk contr over the others....
Grub: after a few manual tries, I found this to be a working boot laoder entry in "menu.lst":
title SUSE 10.0 via LABEL
kernel (hd0,1)/boot/vmlinuz root=LABEL=root vga=0x31a selinux=0 resume=/dev/sda1 splash=silent showopts
resume wont work, no swap either
fdisk/parted: my boot disk has become /dev/sdd to them (+1 letter for each added disk in my jbod array).
Is there no other way to define the target?? (I stroke udev, but have to read first).