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port-amd64/48387: Boot process assigns IDE wd0 rather than installed wd0 on SATA
>Synopsis: Boot process assigns IDE wd0 rather than installed wd0 on SATA
>Arrival-Date: Mon Nov 18 04:40:00 +0000 2013
>Originator: Doug Milam
NetBSD data1 5.2_STABLE NetBSD 5.2_STABLE (GENERIC) #0: Sat Nov 16 01:16:46 PST
After installing an IDE hard drive, upon the next boot, the boot process
(kernel) "thinks" that the IDE drive is now wd0. Note that the boot loader does
not; this occurs afterwards as the kernel is loaded into memory and runs.
The original SATA drive is then assigned wd1, and so the kernel drops into the
If the IDE drive is removed, the boot process happens normally.
I have checked the BIOS settings and the IDE is the slave, and set to boot
Install IDE drive after successful installation on SATA
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