In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Matthew 
Jacob writes:
>On Mon, 28 Aug 2000, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
>> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Matthew 
>> Jacob writes:
>> >
>> >I compiled and booted on alpha. It sees my ad0 now. Plus it also sees the 3
>> >'da' disks that were found.
>> >
>> >The only real problem is that it won't see the partitions made for
>> >'dangerously dedicated' 'da' disks. What's the plan for addressing this?
>> Hmm, which exact names are you missing ?
>> Have you tried accessing them directly, for instance:
>>      ls -l /dev/da0s2e 
>> or whatever their names are ?
>Sure. They're not there. A reboot still just has da0[c], da1[c], and
>da2[c] show up.
>Remember that there's no such thing as slices in alpha.

What names do you usually access your disks by ?  Just da0a etc ?

You should be able to find those as well with the clone stuff...

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