On most Linux systems udev usually creates symlinks in
which point to actual device nodes (
I don't have udev on my system, and I would like to generate these symlinks manually. I know I can use
blkid to generate the
But how can I generate the
by-path name for a given disk (e.g.
/dev/sda1) without using udev?
Specifically, I am looking for a way to find which of my disks is the disk connected via iSCSI from host
10.1.14.22. It could be
sdc or perhaps other, since I am connected to several (different) iSCSI hosts at the same time.