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Re: Static Links



I am creating the links in the /dev directory. I used to do this all the
time for databases. Now, all of a sudden with the latest release from
CentOS, it does not seem to be working.


On Fri, 21 Oct 2005 14:32:05 -0500 inode0 <inode0 gmail com> writes:
> On 10/21/05, Larry D Sorensen <larry sorensen juno com> wrote:
> > I used to use `ln -s` for statics links that would remain even 
> after a
> > reboot. Now when I do that, the link goes away after I reboot. Is 
> there
> > another option that has been added to make this link persist?
> 
> ln -s creates symbolic links, not static links. Although they
> typically do persist across reboots unless something else is messing
> with them ... like udev. In what directory are you creating the 
> links
> that disappear?
> 
> John
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