Linux scan disk (for example /dev/sdc) and add files to address partitions on that disk (for example /dev/sdc1) - how can I tell Linux to not do that for some disk?
I used VM (QEMU+KVM) to install other OS on physical HDD - "/dev/sdc" (different from host, of course). Before installation disk was cleared (all partitions removed). First installation has failed. I have stop VM and launched GParted on host and it showed warning about corrupted file-systems on that disk. I noticed that in "/dev/" appeared "sdc1" and etc. Next installation succeed, and I noticed that there was no "sdc1" and etc. Host side GParted showed warning that partitions on "/dev/sdc" is not mapped. So I came to conclusion that linux partition mapping may be reason for corrupted file-system in this case. How can I temporary disable that feature?