AWS nitro instances use block device names like
/dev/nvme2n1 but the AWS console still shows them as
/dev/sdb etc, so it can be difficult to work out which disk in the console maps to the mounted device when looking at
Use this to get the console mapping:
$ sudo nvme id-ctrl -v /dev/nvme2n1 2>&1 | grep "0000:" 0000: 73 64 69 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 "sdi............."
So in the above example, block device
/dev/nvme2n1 will be shown as
/dev/sdi in the AWS console.
nvme command is from the nvme-cli project.
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