I know this is the wrong forum for this but there are so much knowledge here so Ill just go for it here.
Tired of serching on the web to and didnt want to start a new search.
Ok here it goes.
Adding a new hdd on Windows gets the new hdd a letter like e: and nothing else changes in the other disks.
The few times I have added or withdrawn hdd,s on my Linux computer the hdd,s has always gotten new listings. From lets say sdc to sdd forcing me to change settings in /etc/fstab.
How to I keep my hdd keep their positions despite adding or removing hdd,s?
Might ad that I use sas connected drives and sata connected drives.
If i recall right hdd,s connected via sas keep thier positions but hdd connected via sata ports change positions (sdc to sdd).
Is there a way to “lock” sdc despite adding or removing harddrives?
I should probably add that some of the sata connected hdd,s are storage for VM,s and well its really hard to find out what hdd goes to the right VM when positions change.
Well thats all for now.