On Tue, May 01, 2007 at 01:55:52PM -0700, Andrew Morton wrote:
> Unfortunately rc7-mm1 and rc7-mm2 had dodgy-now-dropped sysfs changes in
> it, so this might be a consequence of that.
> > No more being a smart-ass for me today.
> Would be good to test mainline instead, and/or -mm when Tejun's new sysfs
> patches appear. And cc linux-usb-devel and linux-scsi when it goes boom.
2.6.21 seems to survive.
Though replugging is treated as a new device, so it never reconstructs
the 'array'. Hmm, udev removed /dev/sdd when I removed the stick,
and on reinsertion created it /dev/sdf. How helpful of it. Hrmph.
udev sillies aside, it seems to behave as expected.
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