Comment 41 for bug 1562249

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Wesley Wiedenmeier (wesley-wiedenmeier) wrote :

Hi DeeVee,

Sorry about that, thanks for testing so many times.

With curtin version curtin_0.1.0~bzr415-0ubuntu1, the lastest in the repo, the name of the dname rule file is just based on the 'name' attribute of the disk, the 'id' is no longer used for the filename. I think what's happened for you is that the name of the disk contained a slash. From the error you posted I woul dguess that the 'name' attribute of your cciss device is 'cciss/c0d0' or something like that.

Because the name attribute is used as the target for a link in /dev/disk/by-dname it can't really have a slash in it.