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Hi，when the system is restarted, the storage lun drive letter is
/dev/sda, and after the restart, it becomes
/dev/sdc or other.
We tried to use the Udev strategy to create the
58-storage.rule rule to solve this problem, but when the system restarts, it prompts that the udev version does not support renaming kernel device nodes, such as
"NAME=/sda%n ignored, kernel device nodes can not be renamed; please fix it in /etc/udev/rules.d/10-test.rules:2". We want to fix the drive letter under
/dev/sda, so how do we solve this problem?
Among them, the linux version number is
Linux nas 3.10.0-693.el7.x86_64, and the query result of using the
rpm -qa | grep udev command is
python-pyudev-0.15- 9.el7.noarch, and the rules information is as follows:
[root@RHEL7X rules.d]# cat 58-storage.rule SUBSYSTEMS=="scsi",SUBSYSTEM=="block",KERNELS=="2:0:0:1",NAME="/sda%n"
Thank you advance for sharing your experience here.