Hi, A drop-in directories feature has been added to vdsm-4.18.4.
This allows the user to put partial configurations into a drop-in file and
create new parameters or override default ones.
The semantics of the directories is as follows:
- /etc/vdsm/vdsm.conf: For default configuration. We install this file if
missing, and never touch this
file during upgrade.
- / run/vdsm/vdsm.conf.d/
Files with a .conf suffix can be placed into any of the vdsm.conf.d drop-in
The default configuration file is read before all other files and has the
The priority of configuration files under vdsm.conf.d is determined by
lexicographic order of file names, so the lexicographic latest file name
It is highly recommended to prefix all file names with a two-digit number
in order to keep the ordering simple.
Red Hat Israel Ltd.
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