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    kernel doesn't see partition changes at boot


    I deleted a few old partitons but the partitions still appear in /dev after rebooting. partprobe see's the changes and works but they still show up after rebooting. is the partition map being cached or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pouar View Post
    I deleted a few old partitons but the partitions still appear in /dev after rebooting. partprobe see's the changes and works but they still show up after rebooting. is the partition map being cached or something?
    I think these are from the FreeBSD system I have installed since dmesg shows sdb1: <bsd:bad subpartition - ignored
    sdb13 sdb14 sdb15 > at boot

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