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[libvirt] [PATCH] maint: fix grammar in conf file



Noticed a misuse of 'to' while testing my event regression under
polkit ACLs, and decided to review the entire conf files for
other legibility bugs.

* daemon/libvirtd.conf: Use correct grammar.
* src/qemu/qemu.conf: Likewise.

Signed-off-by: Eric Blake <eblake redhat com>
---

Pushing under the trivial rule.

 daemon/libvirtd.conf | 24 ++++++++++++------------
 src/qemu/qemu.conf   | 14 +++++++-------
 2 files changed, 19 insertions(+), 19 deletions(-)

diff --git a/daemon/libvirtd.conf b/daemon/libvirtd.conf
index 5353927..538acae 100644
--- a/daemon/libvirtd.conf
+++ b/daemon/libvirtd.conf
@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@
 # unique on the immediate broadcast network.
 #
 # The default is "Virtualization Host HOSTNAME", where HOSTNAME
-# is subsituted for the short hostname of the machine (without domain)
+# is substituted for the short hostname of the machine (without domain)
 #
 #mdns_name = "Virtualization Host Joe Demo"

@@ -83,8 +83,8 @@
 # Set the UNIX socket permissions for the R/O socket. This is used
 # for monitoring VM status only
 #
-# Default allows any user. If setting group ownership may want to
-# restrict this to:
+# Default allows any user. If setting group ownership, you may want to
+# restrict this too.
 #unix_sock_ro_perms = "0777"

 # Set the UNIX socket permissions for the R/W socket. This is used
@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@
 # the default will change to allow everyone (eg, 0777)
 #
 # If not using PolicyKit and setting group ownership for access
-# control then you may want to relax this to:
+# control, then you may want to relax this too.
 #unix_sock_rw_perms = "0770"

 # Set the name of the directory in which sockets will be found/created.
@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@
 #  - sasl: use SASL infrastructure. The actual auth scheme is then
 #          controlled from /etc/sasl2/libvirt.conf. For the TCP
 #          socket only GSSAPI & DIGEST-MD5 mechanisms will be used.
-#          For non-TCP or TLS sockets,  any scheme is allowed.
+#          For non-TCP or TLS sockets, any scheme is allowed.
 #
 #  - polkit: use PolicyKit to authenticate. This is only suitable
 #            for use on the UNIX sockets. The default policy will
@@ -216,7 +216,7 @@
 #tls_no_verify_certificate = 1


-# A whitelist of allowed x509  Distinguished Names
+# A whitelist of allowed x509 Distinguished Names
 # This list may contain wildcards such as
 #
 #    "C=GB,ST=London,L=London,O=Red Hat,CN=*"
@@ -274,13 +274,13 @@


 # The number of priority workers. If all workers from above
-# pool will stuck, some calls marked as high priority
+# pool are stuck, some calls marked as high priority
 # (notably domainDestroy) can be executed in this pool.
 #prio_workers = 5

 # Total global limit on concurrent RPC calls. Should be
 # at least as large as max_workers. Beyond this, RPC requests
-# will be read into memory and queued. This directly impact
+# will be read into memory and queued. This directly impacts
 # memory usage, currently each request requires 256 KB of
 # memory. So by default up to 5 MB of memory is used
 #
@@ -318,7 +318,7 @@
 #    3: WARNING
 #    4: ERROR
 #
-# Multiple filter can be defined in a single @filters, they just need to be
+# Multiple filters can be defined in a single @filters, they just need to be
 # separated by spaces.
 #
 # e.g. to only get warning or errors from the remote layer and only errors
@@ -340,7 +340,7 @@
 #    3: WARNING
 #    4: ERROR
 #
-# Multiple output can be defined, they just need to be separated by spaces.
+# Multiple outputs can be defined, they just need to be separated by spaces.
 # e.g. to log all warnings and errors to syslog under the libvirtd ident:
 #log_outputs="3:syslog:libvirtd"
 #
@@ -387,7 +387,7 @@
 ###################################################################
 # Keepalive protocol:
 # This allows libvirtd to detect broken client connections or even
-# dead client.  A keepalive message is sent to a client after
+# dead clients.  A keepalive message is sent to a client after
 # keepalive_interval seconds of inactivity to check if the client is
 # still responding; keepalive_count is a maximum number of keepalive
 # messages that are allowed to be sent to the client without getting
@@ -396,7 +396,7 @@
 # keepalive_interval * (keepalive_count + 1) seconds since the last
 # message received from the client.  If keepalive_interval is set to
 # -1, libvirtd will never send keepalive requests; however clients
-# can still send them and the deamon will send responses.  When
+# can still send them and the daemon will send responses.  When
 # keepalive_count is set to 0, connections will be automatically
 # closed after keepalive_interval seconds of inactivity without
 # sending any keepalive messages.
diff --git a/src/qemu/qemu.conf b/src/qemu/qemu.conf
index 17f1b10..e436084 100644
--- a/src/qemu/qemu.conf
+++ b/src/qemu/qemu.conf
@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
 #vnc_tls_x509_verify = 1


-# The default VNC password. Only 8 letters are significant for
+# The default VNC password. Only 8 bytes are significant for
 # VNC passwords. This parameter is only used if the per-domain
 # XML config does not already provide a password. To allow
 # access without passwords, leave this commented out. An empty
@@ -180,7 +180,7 @@

 # VNC WebSocket port policies, same rules apply as with remote display
 # ports.  VNC WebSockets use similar display <-> port mappings, with
-# the exception being that ports starts from 5700 instead of 5900.
+# the exception being that ports start from 5700 instead of 5900.
 #
 #remote_websocket_port_min = 5700
 #remote_websocket_port_max = 65535
@@ -333,7 +333,7 @@
 # disable guest hugepage backing.
 #
 # NB, within this mount point, guests will create memory backing files
-# in a location of  $MOUNTPOINT/libvirt/qemu
+# in a location of $MOUNTPOINT/libvirt/qemu
 #
 #hugetlbfs_mount = "/dev/hugepages"

@@ -421,14 +421,14 @@
 # Keepalive protocol:
 # This allows qemu driver to detect broken connections to remote
 # libvirtd during peer-to-peer migration.  A keepalive message is
-# sent to the deamon after keepalive_interval seconds of inactivity
-# to check if the deamon is still responding; keepalive_count is a
+# sent to the daemon after keepalive_interval seconds of inactivity
+# to check if the daemon is still responding; keepalive_count is a
 # maximum number of keepalive messages that are allowed to be sent
-# to the deamon without getting any response before the connection
+# to the daemon without getting any response before the connection
 # is considered broken.  In other words, the connection is
 # automatically closed approximately after
 # keepalive_interval * (keepalive_count + 1) seconds since the last
-# message received from the deamon.  If keepalive_interval is set to
+# message received from the daemon.  If keepalive_interval is set to
 # -1, qemu driver will not send keepalive requests during
 # peer-to-peer migration; however, the remote libvirtd can still
 # send them and source libvirtd will send responses.  When
-- 
1.8.5.3


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