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Translators: "multipath" is a pretty tricky term to translate
You'll find some documentation about it at
http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/csgfs/browse/4.6/DM_Multipath/index.html
"Short" definition:
Device Mapper Multipathing (DM-Multipath) allows you to configure
multiple I/O paths between server nodes and storage arrays into a
single device. These I/O paths are physical SAN connections that can
include separate cables, switches, and controllers. Multipathing
aggregates the I/O paths, creating a new device that consists of the
aggregated paths.
WWID stands for World-Wide IDentification
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Multipath %s (WWID %s)

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Type: text Description Translators: "multipath" is a pretty tricky term to translate You'll find some documentation about it at http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/csgfs/browse/4.6/DM_Multipath/index.html "Short" definition: Device Mapper Multipathing (DM-Multipath) allows you to configure multiple I/O paths between server nodes and storage arrays into a single device. These I/O paths are physical SAN connections that can include separate cables, switches, and controllers. Multipathing aggregates the I/O paths, creating a new device that consists of the aggregated paths. WWID stands for World-Wide IDentification :sl3:
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packages/po/sublevel3/gl.po, string 76
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