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Multipath Management API Common Library

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This project is a reference implementation for the common library of the SNIA Multipath Management API. The code is available in CVS and may be browsed using ViewCVS (see the link below). Even though it says "0 Commits", there actually is code there.

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Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

C

Registered

2004-06-21

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