On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 6:32 PM, Marc Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
So, the way I understand this is the EUI is generated from the first 8
characters of t10_dev_id?
I was also getting all duplicated EUIs; I used scstadmin to configure
SCST and used volume names like this:
When it generated t10_dev_id, it was using these:
t10_dev_id "tangerine_ssd_1 90cc7637"
t10_dev_id "tangerine_ssd_2 c048d915"
t10_dev_id "tangerine_ssd_3 d7e6d5db"
So, based on the names I chose, the first 8 characters were all the
same. I changed them to look like this:
t10_dev_id "90cc7637 tangerine_ssd_1"
t10_dev_id "c048d915 tangerine_ssd_2"
t10_dev_id "d7e6d5db tangerine_ssd_3"
And now all of EUIs work like they should (same unique EUI per volume
regardless of path).
Maybe this is something that could be changed in scstadmin (I assume
that is where t10_dev_id is generated) so that the usn value is put
before the volume name?