[lldp-devel] [PATCH 2/2] lldptool: man page fixup

John Fastabend john.r.fastabend at intel.com
Fri Apr 5 17:54:36 UTC 2013


On 3/25/2013 9:21 AM, Eric Multanen wrote:
> lldptool-pfc - Remove reference to non-existant parameter
> 'numtcs' and show 'enableTx' as a parameter.
>
> lldptool-ets - Clarify that the legacy mode of DCBX can
> be either CIN or CEE (not just CEE).
>   - clarify that the numtcs parameter is read only
>   - remove information about using tcfilters for traffic
>     classification and add references to net_prio cgroups.
>
> lldptool-dcbx - grammatical fixes
>   - clarify that DCBX mode may come in in legacy DCBX in
>     certain cases when the IEEE-DCBX tlvid is 'auto'.
>
>
> lldptool-app - remove note about setting default priority
>    not being supported.
>
> Signed-off-by: Eric Multanen <eric.w.multanen at intel.com>
> ---

[...]

>   Mapping applications and protocols to traffic classes is required for
>   ETS to be useful. User space programs can encode the priority of an
> -application with the SO_PRIORITY option. Low level drivers that support
> -priority to traffic class mappings may enable this mode by default. For
> -drivers that do not support this mode, manual configuration can support
> -this mode of operation. See \fItc-mqprio(8)\fR and \fItc-multiq\fR.
> -Additionally, tc qdiscs and filters can be used to map protocols to queues
> -see \fItc(8)\fR for more details along these lines. Finally, many drivers
> -have support for specific protocols ie Fiber Channel over Ethernet (FCoE).
> +application with the SO_PRIORITY option. The net_prio cgroup can be
> +used to assign application traffic to specific priorities.  See the
> +kernel documentation and -fIcgdcbxd(8)\fR for net_prio cgroup information.
>

Typo? I believe you meant \fIcgdcbxd(8)\fR not -fIcgdcbxd(8)\fR

I fixed the typo so it read correctly in man otherwise patch Applied
thanks for the man page cleanup. If you think I fixed it incorrectly
you will need to submit another patch.

.John



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