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Re: about detecting hard drives with problems



At 1:30 PM -0500 11/21/06, Steven Kolins wrote:
"Josh Wisenbaker" <email@hidden> writes:
Remember that disk numbers are dynamic on Mac OS X though. :)

Meaning that whatever device it boots from is disk0?

It's technically possible that disk0 isn't the root of the filesystem.

Open Firmware will build a device tree. The system will allocate device names as they appear to it as they appear from the device tree.
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-dhan

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