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Thread: /dev/disk/by-id not populated on vmware

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    /dev/disk/by-id not populated on vmware

    Hi All,

    Anyone seen this behavior?

    With sles 11 if I set disk.enableUUID=true for a vmware virtual machine then disks would get listed with there scsi-id's in the /dev/disk/by-id folder.

    For some reason the same trick does not work on SLES 12 and I can't figure out why.

    Would appreciate any suggestions.

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    Re: /dev/disk/by-id not populated on vmware

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    Re: /dev/disk/by-id not populated on vmware

    On 16/09/16 09:34, japeape wrote:

    > Anyone seen this behavior?
    >
    > With sles 11 if I set disk.enableUUID=true for a vmware virtual machine
    > then disks would get listed with there scsi-id's in the /dev/disk/by-id
    > folder.
    >
    > For some reason the same trick does not work on SLES 12 and I can't
    > figure out why.
    >
    > Would appreciate any suggestions.


    Note that this forum is for issues specifically relating to SUSE Linux
    Enterprise Server for SAP Applications and not a general support forum
    for SLES. To get a proper response you might therefore want to repost in
    one of the other SLES forums - I suggest the Virtualisation one.

    HTH.
    --
    Simon
    SUSE Knowledge Partner

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