Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 86345
usb cdrom assigned lower scsi number than scsi hd
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:52:13 EDT
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Description of problem:
I have an usb cd-r drive. If there is media in the drive,
and it is powered
when I boot, the usb cd-r drive is assigned a lower scsi id
than my scsi hard drives. I can successfully boot, but most
of my mount points are incorrect. Specifically, my swap partition
doesn't get mounted, nor does my windows scsi partitions get mounted.
If I edit /etc/fstab, I can fix everything, as long as I don't
remove the cd-r drive or media from my system.
If I remove the media, or power down the usb cd-r drive,
everything is ok.
This is similar to, but different than bug 84350.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Insert media into cd-r, power up cd-r, plug in usb
2. boot computer
Actual Results: All my scsi mount points are incorrect.
Expected Results: I expect all removable media to be treated in a way that does
not interfere with scsi or ide hard drives.
I have 5 scsi hard drives, 1 scsi tape drive, 1 scsi cdrw,
2 ide hard drives, 1 ide dvd, 1 ide cdrw,
1 usb 6-in-1 flash reader, 1 usb cd-r drive (imation RipGo!)
Created attachment 94441 [details]
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