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It seems like the answer might be “SCSI Device” from this thread: differences between hda to sd0. I have been searching for a more concrete link.


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You are correct. sd* means SCSI Disk. Dell has a full glossary available in multiple languages, and this is a page I generally send people to when they have questions about the Linux device naming convention.


In addition to sd*, there are:



  • dev/fd* - Floppy drives

  • dev/scd* or /dev/sr* - SCSI CD-ROMs

  • dev/hd* - IDE drives

  • dev/mmcblk* - SDHC card on PCMCIA


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