Quoting <20000322090138.E955 at online.ie>
by "John P. Looney" <jplooney-ilug at online.ie>:
> On Wed, Mar 22, 2000 at 03:15:39AM +0000, David Murphy mentioned:
> > Me, I'd expect the OS driver would need to know that devices are
> > likely to go wandering around the SCSI target space like that, so it
> > can find its boot disk if it's suddenly moved from t0 to t11, but I'm
> > happy to be referred to a nice document explaining why that isn't so.
> And I'd be quite sure Solaris X86 wouldn't manage it. Changing the PCI
> slot that the SCSI card the boot disk is on it likely to give it a heart
Perfect example. Anything that expects the path to the boot device to
be stable is going to be totally bamboozled if the boot device moves.
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