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Old 09-23-2011, 04:01 PM
Default multipath: don't set queue_if_no_path without multipathd

> > May we could also reverse the -q meaning ... making multipath default

> > behaviour to not honor queueing by default when multipathd is not

> > running. As you said, multipathd starting will update the maps.


> I'm confused.* In the patch I sent, by default, multipath will not set

> the device to queuing if multipathd isn't running.* If you want

> multipath to honor the configured queueing setting when multipathd is

> not running, you need to use the -q option.* Isn't that what you're

> asking for?


It is. I misread the patch. Sorry.


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