S-ATA Hard drives swapped
I'm not sure if this is really a bug.
I have an Asus A8N-FM with an AMD64 4000+, installed Ubuntu 8.04 AMD64.
I have attached the following drives:
- SATA 1: Seagate 400GB
- SATA 2+3: Samsung 400GB
- SATA 4: LG DVD Burner
Additional USB card reader (dont know if that matters)
Strange is, that the Bios will let the OS boot from the Seagate hard drive - SATA1, which us plugged to the first SATA port.
Ubuntu yet always assigns the drives that way:
SATA1 -> /dev/sdb
SATA2+3 -> /dev/sda+sdc
Normally SATA1 should be /dev/sda, shouldn't it?
So, to do a normal bootup, I have to change grub's settings to have root hd(1,0) instead of hd(0,0) after the installation.
Even I have installed grub to all discs, because i've noticed some problems at bootup.
I hope I explained it in a good way.
I'm using sda+c with mdadm, so I will not change it anymore, but it's strange anyway.
|Changed in udev:|
|assignee:||nobody → colin-king|
|status:||Confirmed → In Progress|