So, in relation to the device-mapper-multipath change in the other thread, I ran 'sudo dnf remove device-mapper-multipath'. Then I ran 'systemctl status dmraid.service' and saw "Unit dmraid.service could not be found," so I must not have that installed at all. Then I rebooted. When I run 'systemctl status systemd-udev-settle.service' I see it's still active and exited after my reboot. I see the vendor preset is disabled, so I guess it should be OK for fresh installs, but maybe the current proposals won't be enough for upgraded systems? We might need to explicitly disable systemd-udev-settle.service during the system upgrade to turn it off?
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