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master 2020-08-03 20:48:16 UTC 2020-08-03
Use AFTER_SPAWN not AFTER_INIT in Neutron to start watcher

Author: Ian Wells
Author Date: 2020-07-30 23:12:38 UTC

Use AFTER_SPAWN not AFTER_INIT in Neutron to start watcher

We want one additional thread in Neutron for the return worker,
and we really only need one additional thread per formward worker.

When we have multiple threads (with AFTER_INIT) this seems to be
upsetting the process of port binding, particularly on router and
DHCP ports, because of the multiple almost simultaneous binding
messages that trigger in the herd of threads.

Change-Id: I68dbd02b8a235b128779357d4bf3df26b5bf604a

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