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by Paul Jakma <paul.jakma at compaq.com>:
> well that's a general OS 'where's my root' thing. you can move IDE
> disks and get the same effect.
> point is, once your machine has started up and the firmware has done
> it's thing, the scsi id's are stable.
Well, they're stable until you add something, then maybe they aren't.
At least with manual config, you know if you had to move your root
device, and you know to try very hard not to move it. I guess I've
just seen to many horrible things happen to OSes when SCSI devices
move around not to do it manually 8)
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