This has happened to my system from F8 onwards, maybe even with F7. I have two built-in
IDE buses, two disks on one, CD/DVD on another. I have another PCI IDE with one more
Once I upgrade, and/or whenever I upgrade the kernels, the order is built-in IDE, sda/sdb,
add-on IDE sdc. Every anaconda scan during the upgrade insists on it being add-on IDE,
sda, built-in IDE, sdb/sdc.
The proper filesystem (I only have one, and two of the disks are encrypted anyway) is
always updated, but grub-install and the next reboot are always broken, needing a recover,
mount the new system, chroot and do a grub-install. Quite a pain.
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