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Re: root on sd0a on odroid-c1

On 20 February 2016 at 17:14, Michael van Elst <> wrote:
> (Andrew Cagney) writes:
>>so I simply added root=sd0a to /boot/boot.ini's boot line.  That resulted in:
> [...]
>>use one of: awge0 ld0[a-p] ddb halt reboot
>>Should this have worked?
> Apparently not, as there is no sd0a boot device.
>>However, I get the feeling that there's more going on.  For instance,
>>just adding an entry to /etc/fstab to mount of /dev/sd0a on /mnt fails
>>during boot (fsck can't access /dev/rsd0a during the boot).  Yet once
>>the system is booted it works fine.
> The USB disk is probably starting too slowly to be recognized at this
> point. There needs to be some kind of spin-up delay in the kernel to
> handle this situation.


Is there any existing kernel event that would indicate a disk device
has come on line?


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