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    Command:

    multipath

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           multipath  [-v verbosity]  [-d]  [-h|-l|-ll|-f|-F]  [-p failover|multi-
           bus|group_by_serial|group_by_prio|group_by_node_name] [device]
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           multipath is used to detect multiple paths to devices for fail-over  or
           performance reasons and coalesces them
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -v  level
                  verbosity, print all paths and multipaths
    
                       0           no output
    
                       1           print  the  created  or updated multipath names
                                   only, for use to feed other tools like kpartx
    
                       2 +         print all  info  :  detected  paths,  coalesced
                                   paths (ie multipaths) and device maps
    
           -h     print usage text
    
           -d     dry run, do not create or update devmaps
    
           -l     show  the current multipath topology from information fetched in
                  sysfs and the device mapper
    
           -ll    show the current multipath topology from all available  informa-
                  tion (sysfs, the device mapper, path checkers ...)
    
           -f     flush a multipath device map specified as parameter, if unused
    
           -F     flush all unused multipath device maps
    
           -p policy
                  force maps to specified policy:
    
                       failover    1 path per priority group
    
                       multibus    all paths in 1 priority group
    
                       group_by_serial
                                   1 priority group per serial
    
                       group_by_prio
                                   1 priority group per priority value. Priorities
                                   are determined by callout programs specified as
                                   a   global,   per-controller  or  per-multipath
                                   option in the configuration file
    
                       group_by_node_name
                                   1 priority group per target node  name.  Target
    
                                       July 2006                      MULTIPATH(8)
    
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