Bart-Jan Vrielink <email@example.com> writes:
> On 12/10/10 16:51, mimo wrote:
>> On Wednesday 24 November 2010 14:12:19 Michelle Konzack wrote:
>>> My two biggest machines are running each 4 Adaptec AAC-364 (240 HDDs in
>>> total per server)
>> A silly question but what happens after /dev/sdz ??
> That's easy. After /dev/sdz comes /dev/sdaa. And, I've just tested it
> by making and logging into 800 ISCSI targets on my laptop, after
> /dev/sdzz comes /dev/sdaaa.
Yes, but when you get past sdzzz then you get into real trouble, as
recently noted on the linux-scsi list:
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