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Re: [PATCH] docs: describe new virtual switch configuration in network XML docs

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On 08/10/2011 11:05 AM, Eric Blake wrote:
On 08/09/2011 11:45 PM, Laine Stump wrote:
This should have been done with the rest of the patch for virtual
switch / network device abstraction.

And I should have called you on this before the 0.9.4 release - oh well :)


A long time ago I used to like writing documentation. I think the language center of my brain has atrophied in the last 20 years, though...



+      A portgroup provides a method of easily putting guest
+      connections to the network into different classes, with each
+      class potentially having a different level/type of service. Each
+      network can have multiple portgroup elements (and one of those
+      can optionally be designated as the 'default' portgroup for the
+      network), and each portgroup has a name, as well as various
+      subelements associated with it. The currently supported
+      subelements are<code>&lt;bandwidth&gt;</code>
+      and<code>&lt;virtualport&gt;</code>, which are both fully
+      described in the domain XML documentation.

Is there any way to make cross-page relative links, so that you can make this a link to the right section in the domain XML page?


I did this up earlier in my patch, and it seems to work:

(see<a href="formatdomain.html#elementsNICSDirect">Direct attachment to physical interface</a>  for descriptions of the various macvtap modes)

But I didn't think to put a link here too. I did that, tested it, fixed a couple of formatting problems I didn't notice last night (missing ";" and pushed the result.


But not a show-stopper to this patch if you aren't sure how.

ACK.



Thanks.

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