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Re: Why are drives called "wd0", "wd1", etc?

On 4 August 2011 12:30, Daniel Carrera <> wrote:

> In Linux, disks have device names like "hda" and "hdb" which I take to mean
> "hard drive a" and "hard drive b". Why does NetBSD use "wd0", "wd1" etc?
> What does the "w" stand for?



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