I have a RAID 5 system, ICH10R, on a eVGA classified x58 motherboard. The RAID failed because of an application failure in Windows 7 (dual boot) which forced a hard restart.
I rebuilt the array using the Intel Matrox Storage Manager app in Windows 7 (all automatic), but now the random characters changed and my drives won't mount. Basically the random prefix changed and now Kubuntu doesn't know where to look. I have labeled the volume "STRIPE" and it had:
where # is the number of my partition. Now the device shows up as:
so I had to change all of the entries in /etc/fstab. The reason for my asking here is two fold:
Would there (by default) be any other places where the device would be listed explicitly & I should change it?
Is there approach I could've taken so that the characters wouldn't be random and wouldn't change after a rebuild? Specifically, I had to [go through hell] (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/parted/+bug/568050) just to get the system to boot. So I've already exhausted my googling skills, just curious if anyone knows of unpublished settings or things I may have missed?