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    1 ---
    2 features:
    3   - Added policies to disallow multiattach operations.  This includes two
    4     policies, the first being a general policy to allow the creation or
    5     retyping of multiattach volumes is a volume create policy with the name
    6     ``volume:multiattach``.
    7 
    8     The second policy is specifically for disallowing the ability to create
    9     multiple attachments on a volume that is marked as bootable, and is an
   10     attachment policy with the name ``volume:multiattach_bootable_volume``.
   11 
   12     The default for these new policies is ``rule:admin_or_owner``; be aware
   13     that if you wish to disable either of these policies for your users you
   14     will need to modify the default policy settings.
   15 upgrade:
   16   - Added policies to disallow multiattach operations.  This includes two
   17     policies, the first being a general policy to allow the creation or
   18     retyping of multiattach volumes is a volume create policy with the name
   19     ``volume:multiattach``.
   20 
   21     The second policy is specifically for disallowing the ability to create
   22     multiple attachments on a volume that is marked as bootable, and is an
   23     attachment policy with the name ``volume:multiattach_bootable_volume``.
   24 
   25     The default for these new policies is ``rule:admin_or_owner``; be aware
   26     that if you wish to disable either of these policies for your users you
   27     will need to modify the default policy settings.