[systemd-devel] udev - ignore/hide persistent storage

lejeczek peljasz at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Mar 31 10:30:16 UTC 2017

On 31/03/17 08:00, Lennart Poettering wrote:
> On Thu, 30.03.17 21:40, lejeczek (peljasz at yahoo.co.uk) wrote:
>> sorry guys to bother you, but
>>   I'll see myself going slowly mad next week, for I've been reading and
>> tryingand trying..
>> and I fail to tell udev to ignore a device and not to create symlinks.
>> I need someone to 100% confirm this should work in v.219.
>> The way Ithink(or hope) it should work islike:
>> ENV{ID_SERIAL}=="c50033d225e1", ENV{UDISKS_IGNORE}="1"
> udisks is not involved with creating device symlinks, that's all done
> by udev itself.
> To disable the persistent symlinks it shuld be sufficient to set the
> in the rules, this then has the effect that
> 60-persistent-storage.rules is skipped.
> Lennart
apologies, there is quite a few webpages talking explicitly 
about udisk, take just that ENV I mentioned alone, plenty of 
docs suggesting above, so I thought..
Is it just fedora/rhel do without udisk or those docs/posts 
with udisk are obsolete all together?

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