On Mittwoch, 27. Oktober 2010 Dave Chinner wrote:
> > Also, I'd need to find information and learn how to tweak udev
> > hotplug rules.
Thanks, I know how to search ;-)
*Finding* the information doesn't mean *understanding* how to do it. It
> You'd need one regex per device type you want to tweak with
> different values.
> This is not "cool new stuff" - I've seen it used for exactly this
> purpose for several years by distros. e.g. pulling the identifier
> string from the device to set hardware device specific tunables,
> changing default dm/md readahead, etc. It's not new, and is easy to
> configure generically so it works on a wide array of different
I meant: When upgrading the system from 11.1 to 11.2, I'm sure the
system replaces the correspondig script, or at least messes around with
them. I know /etc/init.d/boot.local stays the same.
> And if you hotplug devices, it just works automatically - you don't
> need to rerun a script after every hotplug...
Now that indeed is a pretty good advantage.
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