I seem to have partitions on two different disks with the same UUID:[tim@helen ~]$ sudo blkid /dev/sda2/dev/sda2: LABEL=/boot1 UUID=5bbc8e95-6108-41f5-bc0e-5b5f8df5ce03TYPE=ext3 [tim@helen ~]$ sudo blkid /dev/sdb2/dev/sdb2: LABEL=/boot1 UUID=5bbc8e95-6108-41f5-bc0e-5b5f8df5ce03TYPE=e..
Im confused about which UUID to use to identify a software RAID in fstab.lsblk -fs shows:md127p1 ext4c43af789-82aa-49e9-a8ed-acd52b1cdd58 /y— md127 ext439c20575-4257-4fd7-b5c8-8a15757e9e8e— sdb1linux_r hostname:0af77830e-8cfd-9012-62ce-e57105c3bf6c..
I have the following as the last line of my /etc/fstab file on a computer running CentOS6.4..UUID;550884-8d05-41a5-a205-17b6d7269dd1 /mnt ext3 rw,suid,dev,exec,noauto,nouser,async02The UUID refers to an ext3 partition of a removable USB drive.If ..
So, I have a CentOS 6 system, and I want to make several clones of it.Im using Clonezilla to clone the drives; thats no problem.But the drive UUIDs are driving me up the wall. After cloning, the two drives have the same UUID, but Id like each clone..
Somewhere, mdadm is cacheing information.Here is my /etc/mdadm.conf file:more /etc/mdadm.conf# mdadm.conf written out by anaconda DEVICE partitions MAILADDR root array /dev/md0 level=raid1 num-devices=4 metadata=0.90 UUIDUff58b2:0abb5bad:42911890:5950d..
all,I read some where that due to UUID conflicts, EXT4 + LVM snapshots is still the way to go in Cent 6.I do love XFS but was wondering your thoughts and experien..