New droplet uses /dev/vda1 for root - is this the new normal?

  • Posted March 26, 2014

Just spun up a new droplet and noticed that the root partition is on /dev/vda1 and not on /dev/vda.

Is this the new normal?


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It shouldn’t be an issue, though I haven’t noticed that on any recent droplets. What image are you using?