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Old 10-06-2011
Well, modprobe did not let me unload the module; it was showing the following message:

# modprobe -r cciss
FATAL: Module cciss is in use.

Fortunately this is not a critical system so I just rebooted the box and now my custom symlink is there. Smilie

It would be nice however to know how to do it on the fly.
# 9  
Old 10-06-2011
If it says it was in use I suspect it meant it; you might have had things mounted, etc, preventing it from unloading that module.
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