linux/Documentation/aoe/udev.txt
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   1# These rules tell udev what device nodes to create for aoe support.
   2# They may be installed along the following lines.  Check the section
   3# 8 udev manpage to see whether your udev supports SUBSYSTEM, and
   4# whether it uses one or two equal signs for SUBSYSTEM and KERNEL.
   5# 
   6#   ecashin@makki ~$ su
   7#   Password:
   8#   bash# find /etc -type f -name udev.conf
   9#   /etc/udev/udev.conf
  10#   bash# grep udev_rules= /etc/udev/udev.conf
  11#   udev_rules="/etc/udev/rules.d/"
  12#   bash# ls /etc/udev/rules.d/
  13#   10-wacom.rules  50-udev.rules
  14#   bash# cp /path/to/linux-2.6.xx/Documentation/aoe/udev.txt \
  15#           /etc/udev/rules.d/60-aoe.rules
  16#  
  17
  18# aoe char devices
  19SUBSYSTEM=="aoe", KERNEL=="discover",   NAME="etherd/%k", GROUP="disk", MODE="0220"
  20SUBSYSTEM=="aoe", KERNEL=="err",        NAME="etherd/%k", GROUP="disk", MODE="0440"
  21SUBSYSTEM=="aoe", KERNEL=="interfaces", NAME="etherd/%k", GROUP="disk", MODE="0220"
  22SUBSYSTEM=="aoe", KERNEL=="revalidate", NAME="etherd/%k", GROUP="disk", MODE="0220"
  23SUBSYSTEM=="aoe", KERNEL=="flush",      NAME="etherd/%k", GROUP="disk", MODE="0220"
  24
  25# aoe block devices     
  26KERNEL=="etherd*",       NAME="%k", GROUP="disk"
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