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Chapter 10.5.6. Solaris

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194 SAN Volume Controller: Best Practices and Performance Guidelines For IBM FAStT FC2- 133 ( and QLogic- based HBAs), the queue depth is known as execution throttle, which can be set with either the QLogic SANSurfer tool or in the BIOS of the QLogic- based HBA by pressing CTL+ Q during the startup process. 10.5.5 Linux IBM has decided to transition SVC multipathing support from IBM SDD to Linux native DM- MPIO multipathing. Refer to the V4.2.0 - Recommended Software Levels for SAN Volume Controller for which versions of each Linux kernel require SDD or DM- MPIO support: http:// www- 1. ibm. com/ support/ docview. wss? rs= 591& uid= ssg1S1003090#_ Supported_ Host_ o perating_ system_ Lev If your kernel is not listed ...

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