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To list disks by uuid you can issue:
ls -al /dev/disk/by-uuid/
..the answer should be something like:
5d82b8f4-5dfd-4164-8a78-e56cb1d7ea1c -> ../../sdb1
6cc7cb86-f1bc-4c16-833c-c6efa55257d6 -> ../../sda1
..to find out specific uuid of a specific disk you shoud run:
..and you can auto mount in /etc/fstab by specifying the UUID instead of device, for example:
UUID=5d82b8f4-5dfd-4164-8a78-e56cb1d7ea1c /tmp ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 1
Another way to categorize disks is by label. Of course, you can also auto mount disks in /etc/fstab by labels. To set a label for a disk just type:
e2label /dev/sda1 mylabel
tune2fs -Lmylabel /dev/sda1
..and you can auto mount disks in /etc/fstab like this:
LABEL=/ / ext3 defaults 1 1