Re: Linux 2.6 udev capability question
From: Greg KH
Date: Tue Oct 07 2003 - 14:06:34 EST
On Tue, Oct 07, 2003 at 01:56:09PM -0500, Jonathan A. George wrote:
> Greg & Al,
> Will the udev model somehow support the ability to associate a device
> node with a specific device?
> For example in a Fibre Channel, SCSI, iSCSI (SAN) date network
> environment it would be nice to associate a specific device driver
> handle per (WorldWideName and/or Type+Vendor+Model+Serial#).
> It would also be nice to be able to associate via the LUN target path.
> Obviously the same basic problem space applies to USB devices, and I
> have admittedly not reviewed the specs for sysfs and udev in 2.6. If
> the answer to all of these questions is Yes+RTFM that would make me very
> happy. Otherwise I would be interested in knowing whether or not it is
> even possible in the udev model, and if it is what would be the
> recommended approach to implementation.
Yes, RTFM :)
> P.S. Feel free to forward your response to LKML since there are no doubt
> others with the same question in mind.
Will do. Why did you not ask this there in the first place? Sending
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