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Re: [rhelv6-list] kickstarting rhel6 from usb key


/dev/... devices may not be persistent between reboots.
It is not a bug. The kernel usually just assigns unpredictable device
names based on the order of discovery. See udev related info.


On Wed, 2011-06-15 at 15:44 -0400, Jason Keltz wrote:
> Hi.
> I'm kickstarting a new Red Hat 6.0 system from a USB key.
> I've kickstarted it many times from the key in the last week, and the 
> USB key is recognized as sdb, and the system hard disk as sda.
> However, this morning, I went to kickstart, and the USB key was suddenly 
> being recognized as sda which, of course messed up the process.
> I tried it various times, and it continued to be that way.
> I then had to leave it for a while because I was busy with other stuff.
> When I came back, the hard disk is now being recognized as sda, usb key 
> as sdb.
> What's up?  seems like an odd bug...
> Jason.
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