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  • Hi Nick

    I checked, and yes, i do not have any non-raid drives mapped in fstab

    What i did see is exactly what i expected the issue is:
    When i change - remove or add non-raid drives - ClearOS does NOT assign the same /dev/sdx id to the drives.
    I suspect that this is the issue.

    I did query this before but was told that you mount the Raid by it's UUID.
    I suspect that not everyone has a raid system with non-raid drives.

    Is their a way to exit the raid info to mount by UUID instead of /dev/sdx?
    That way it does not matter what Linux do.