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Hello, Following the opening of an IBM i OS incident, we were told that we could not specify at the IBM i level the switching behavior between the different SAN paths. If on a loss of SAN path the automatic switch to another SAN path suits us, we do not want the reuse of the initial path to be done automatically as soon as it is seen as operational again. Indeed, SAN rods mean that with an automatic rollback on the SAN path we suffer from freeze of the IBM i appearance. Is it possible to have the possibility to choose the multipath behavior during a failure, in particular not to make an automatic return on the SAN path which was in error. To make it simple we would like to have the possibility of having the VMWARE equivalent of "VMW_PSP_MRU - Most Recently Used"
Avoid partition freeze when banding on a SAN path.
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