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Re: [SLE] hot swap
  • From: scsijon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (scsijon)
  • Date: Tue, 29 Feb 2000 18:32:03 +1100
  • Message-id: <200002290753.SAA08690@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>



I can hotswap scsi id1, id2, id3, id4, id5 but NOT scsi id0. It needs your
\ and linuxswap to be always there, especially the latter (unless you have
that much ram your swap is all ram), else it don't know where to work from.

regardsscsijon----------
> From: Omar Armas Aleman <oarmas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: Chris Reeves <chris.reeves@xxxxxxxxx>
> Cc: SuSE Mailing List <suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: [SLE] hot swap
> Date: Saturday, 26 February 2000 4:45
>
> > It *should* be /dev/sdb. Are you sure it's seated correctly and
working?
> > Mind you, I'm not sure how well Linux copes with hot-swapable drives...
>
> Well, the thing is that (for the moment) I cannot restart the machine.
So,
> is it logical that linux recognize it just with inserting new hard disks?
> No extra insmod, no reboot, etc?
>
> Is anyone working with hot swap? How do you deal with it?
> I've checked all docs in linuxdoc.org and found nothing.
>
>
> Omar
>
>
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