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From mitchell...@apache.org
Subject [trafficcontrol] 09/46: Enforcing 215 character width for tables
Date Wed, 26 Sep 2018 13:51:26 GMT
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commit 3faa2a15cb48cf9febf2b169a51d6529df45c213
Author: ocket8888 <ocket8888@gmail.com>
AuthorDate: Tue Sep 11 12:40:33 2018 -0600

    Enforcing 215 character width for tables
---
 docs/source/admin/traffic_ops/using.rst | 57 +++++++++++++++++----------------
 docs/source/overview/traffic_router.rst |  4 +--
 2 files changed, 31 insertions(+), 30 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/source/admin/traffic_ops/using.rst b/docs/source/admin/traffic_ops/using.rst
index 79e015a..f2f71a6 100644
--- a/docs/source/admin/traffic_ops/using.rst
+++ b/docs/source/admin/traffic_ops/using.rst
@@ -484,34 +484,35 @@ Delivery Service Types
 ++++++++++++++++++++++
 One of the most important settings when creating the delivery service is the selection of
the delivery service *type*. This type determines the routing method and the primary storage
for the delivery service.
 
-+-----------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-|       Name      |                                                                     
                                                                                    Description
                                                                                         
                                                                        |
-+=================+========================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================+
-| HTTP            | HTTP Content Routing  - The Traffic Router DNS auth server returns its
own IP address on DNS queries, and the client gets redirected to a specific cache        
                                                                                         
                                                                            |
-|                 | in the nearest cache group using HTTP 302.  Use this for long sessions
like HLS/HDS/Smooth live streaming, where a longer setup time is not a.                  
                                                                                         
                                                                            |
-|                 | problem.                                                            
                                                                                         
                                                                                         
                                                                              |
-+-----------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-| DNS             | DNS Content Routing - The Traffic Router DNS auth server returns an edge
cache IP address to the client right away. The client will find the cache quickly        
                                                                                         
                                                                          |
-|                 | but the Traffic Router can not route to a cache that already has this
content in the cache group. Use this for smaller objects like web page images / objects. 
                                                                                         
                                                                             |
-+-----------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-| HTTP_NO_CACHE   | HTTP Content Routing, but the caches will not actually cache the content,
they act as just proxies. The MID tier is bypassed.                                      
                                                                                         
                                                                         |
-+-----------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-| HTTP_LIVE       | HTTP Content routing, but where for "standard" HTTP content routing the
objects are stored on disk, for this delivery service type the objects are stored        
                                                                                         
                                                                           |
-|                 | on the RAM disks. Use this for linear TV. The MID tier is bypassed for
this type.                                                                               
                                                                                         
                                                                            |
-+-----------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-| HTTP_LIVE_NATNL | HTTP Content routing, same as HTTP_LIVE, but the MID tier is NOT bypassed.
                                                                                         
                                                                                         
                                                                        |
-+-----------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-| DNS_LIVE_NATNL  | DNS Content routing, but where for "standard" DNS content routing the
objects are stored on disk, for this delivery service type the objects are stored        
                                                                                         
                                                                             |
-|                 | on the RAM disks. Use this for linear TV. The MID tier is NOT bypassed
for this type.                                                                           
                                                                                         
                                                                            |
-+-----------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-| DNS_LIVE        | DNS Content routing, same as DNS_LIVE_NATNL, but the MID tier is bypassed.
                                                                                         
                                                                                         
                                                                        |
-+-----------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-| ANY_MAP         | ANY_MAP is not known to Traffic Router. For this deliveryservice, the
"Raw remap text" field in the input form will be used as the remap line on the cache.    
                                                                                         
                                                                             |
-+-----------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-| STEERING        | The Delivery Service will be used to route to other delivery services.
The target delivery services and the routing weights for those delivery services will be defined
by an admin or steering user. For more information see the `steering feature <../traffic_router.html#steering-feature>`_
documentation                         |
-+-----------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-| CLIENT_STEERING | Similar to STEERING except that a client can send a request to Traffic
Router with a query param of `trred=false`, and Traffic Router will return an HTTP 200 response
with a body that contains a list of Delivery Service URLs that the client can connect to.
 Therefore, the client is doing the steering, not the Traffic Router. |
-+-----------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
++-----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+|       Name      |                                                                     
                     Description                                                         
                                   |
++=================+===================================================================================================================================================================================================+
+| HTTP            | HTTP Content Routing  - The Traffic Router DNS auth server returns its
own IP address on DNS queries, and the client gets redirected to a specific cache        
                                 |
+|                 | in the nearest cache group using HTTP 302.  Use this for long sessions
like HLS/HDS/Smooth live streaming, where a longer setup time is not a problem.          
                                 |
++-----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+| DNS             | DNS Content Routing - The Traffic Router DNS auth server returns an edge
cache IP address to the client right away. The client will find the cache quickly        
                               |
+|                 | but the Traffic Router can not route to a cache that already has this
content in the cache group. Use this for smaller objects like web page images / objects. 
                                  |
++-----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+| HTTP_NO_CACHE   | HTTP Content Routing, but the caches will not actually cache the content,
they act as just proxies. The MID tier is bypassed.                                      
                              |
++-----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+| HTTP_LIVE       | HTTP Content routing, but where for "standard" HTTP content routing the
objects are stored on disk, for this delivery service type the objects are stored        
                                |
+|                 | on the RAM disks. Use this for linear TV. The MID tier is bypassed for
this type.                                                                               
                                 |
++-----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+| HTTP_LIVE_NATNL | HTTP Content routing, same as HTTP_LIVE, but the MID tier is NOT bypassed.
                                                                                         
                             |
++-----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+| DNS_LIVE_NATNL  | DNS Content routing, but where for "standard" DNS content routing the
objects are stored on disk, for this delivery service type the objects are stored        
                                  |
+|                 | on the RAM disks. Use this for linear TV. The MID tier is NOT bypassed
for this type.                                                                           
                                 |
++-----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+| DNS_LIVE        | DNS Content routing, same as DNS_LIVE_NATNL, but the MID tier is bypassed.
                                                                                         
                             |
++-----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+| ANY_MAP         | ANY_MAP is not known to Traffic Router. For this deliveryservice, the
"Raw remap text" field in the input form will be used as the remap line on the cache.    
                                  |
++-----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+| STEERING        | The Delivery Service will be used to route to other delivery services.
The target delivery services and the routing weights for those delivery services will be defined
by an admin or steering   |
+|                 | user. For more information see the `steering feature <../traffic_router.html#steering-feature>`_
documentation                                                                            
       |
++-----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+| CLIENT_STEERING | Similar to STEERING except that a client can send a request to Traffic
Router with a query param of `trred=false`, and Traffic Router will return an HTTP 200 response
with a body that contains  |
+|                 | a list of Delivery Service URLs that the client can connect to.  Therefore,
the client is doing the steering, not the Traffic Router.                                
                            |
++-----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
 
 .. _federations:
 
diff --git a/docs/source/overview/traffic_router.rst b/docs/source/overview/traffic_router.rst
index 1cdddf3..60398a3 100644
--- a/docs/source/overview/traffic_router.rst
+++ b/docs/source/overview/traffic_router.rst
@@ -63,13 +63,13 @@ Traffic Router is inserted into the HTTP retrieval process by making it
DNS auth
 
 |arrow| DNS Content Routing
 ---------------------------
-	For a DNS delivery service the client might receive a URL such as ``http://foo.dsname.cdn.com/fun/example.html``.
When the Local Domain Name Server (LDNS) server is resolving this ``foo.dsname.cdn.com`` hostname
to an IP address, it ends at Traffic Router because it is the authoritative DNS server for
``cdn.com`` and the domains below it, and subsequently responds with a list of IP addresses
from the eligible caches based on the location of the LDNS server. When responding, Traffic
Rout [...]
+	For a DNS Delivery Service the client might receive a URL such as ``http://foo.dsname.cdn.com/fun/example.html``.
When the Local Domain Name Server (LDNS) server is resolving this ``foo.dsname.cdn.com`` hostname
to an IP address, it ends at Traffic Router because it is the authoritative DNS server for
``cdn.com`` and the domains below it, and subsequently responds with a list of IP addresses
from the eligible caches based on the location of the LDNS server. When responding, Traffic
Rout [...]
 
 .. _http-cr:
 
 |arrow| HTTP Content Routing
 ----------------------------
-	For an HTTP delivery service the client might receive a URL such as ``http://bar.dsname.cdn.com/fun/example.html``.
The LDNS server resolves this ``bar.dsname.cdn.com`` to an IP address, but in this case Traffic
Router returns its own IP address. The client opens a connection to port 80 on the Traffic
Router's IP address, and sends: ::
+	For an HTTP Delivery Service the client might receive a URL such as ``http://bar.dsname.cdn.com/fun/example.html``.
The LDNS server resolves this ``bar.dsname.cdn.com`` to an IP address, but in this case Traffic
Router returns its own IP address. The client opens a connection to port 80 on the Traffic
Router's IP address, and sends: ::
 
 		GET /fun/example.html HTTP/1.1
 		Host: bar.dsname.cdn.com


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