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Subject [trafficserver] branch master updated: Doc: Update to malloc, cache-promote plugin.
Date Wed, 23 Nov 2016 16:17:57 GMT
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The following commit(s) were added to refs/heads/master by this push:
       new  ff37ad4   Doc: Update to malloc, cache-promote plugin.
ff37ad4 is described below

commit ff37ad41c429880bd5639ce8a3ff1a512b53125e
Author: Alan M. Carroll <solidwallofcode@yahoo-inc.com>
AuthorDate: Tue Nov 22 12:03:33 2016 -0600

    Doc: Update to malloc, cache-promote plugin.
---
 doc/admin-guide/plugins/cache_promote.en.rst      | 29 ++++++++++++++++-------
 doc/developer-guide/api/functions/TSmalloc.en.rst |  6 ++---
 2 files changed, 23 insertions(+), 12 deletions(-)

diff --git a/doc/admin-guide/plugins/cache_promote.en.rst b/doc/admin-guide/plugins/cache_promote.en.rst
index 69ed794..aa831f1 100644
--- a/doc/admin-guide/plugins/cache_promote.en.rst
+++ b/doc/admin-guide/plugins/cache_promote.en.rst
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
 Cache Promote Plugin
 ********************
 
-The `cache_promote` plugin provides a means to control when an object should
+The :program:`cache_promote` plugin provides a means to control when an object should
 be allowed to enter the cache. This is orthogonal from normal Cache-Control
 directives, providing a different set of policies to apply. The typical use
 case for this plugin is when you have a very large data set, where you want to
@@ -29,13 +29,25 @@ avoid churning the ATS cache for the long tail content.
 All configuration is done via :file:`remap.config`, and the following options
 are available:
 
-    --policy   The promotion policy. `lru` and `chance` are supported
-    --sample   The sampling rate for the request to be considered
+.. program:: cache-promote
 
-For the `lru` plugin, the following options are also available:
+.. option:: --policy
 
-    --hits     The minimum number of hits before promotion
-    --buckets  The size (entries) of the LRU
+   The promotion policy. The values ``lru`` and ``chance`` are supported.
+
+.. option:: --sample
+
+   The sampling rate for the request to be considered
+
+If :option:`--policy` is set to ``lru`` the following options are also available:
+
+.. option:: --hits
+
+   The minimum number of hits before promotion.
+
+.. option:: --buckets
+
+   The size (number of entries) of the LRU.
 
 These two options combined with your usage patterns will control how likely a
 URL is to become promoted to enter the cache.
@@ -43,7 +55,7 @@ URL is to become promoted to enter the cache.
 Examples
 --------
 
-These two examples shows how to use the chance and LRU policies, respectively:
+These two examples shows how to use the chance and LRU policies, respectively::
 
     map http://cdn.example.com/ http://some-server.example.com \
       @plugin=cache_promote.so @pparam=--policy=chance @pparam=--sample=10%
@@ -52,5 +64,4 @@ These two examples shows how to use the chance and LRU policies, respectively:
       @plugin=cache_promote.so @pparam=--policy=lru \
       @pparam=--hits=10 @pparam=--buckets=10000
 
-Note that the `--sample` option is available for all policies, and when used
-to reduce pressure on the under heavy load.
+Note :option:`--sample` is available for all policies and can be used to reduce pressure
under heavy load.
diff --git a/doc/developer-guide/api/functions/TSmalloc.en.rst b/doc/developer-guide/api/functions/TSmalloc.en.rst
index 2a618d2..b95522c 100644
--- a/doc/developer-guide/api/functions/TSmalloc.en.rst
+++ b/doc/developer-guide/api/functions/TSmalloc.en.rst
@@ -42,10 +42,10 @@ Description
 
 Traffic Server provides a number of routines for allocating and freeing
 memory. These routines correspond to similar routines in the C library.
-For example, :func:`TSrealloc` behaves like the C library routine :func:`realloc`.
+For example, :func:`TSrealloc` behaves like the C library routine :code:`realloc`.
 There are two reasons to use the routines provided by Traffic Server. The
 first is portability. The Traffic Server API routines behave the same on
-all of Traffic Servers supported platforms. For example, :func:`realloc` does
+all of Traffic Servers supported platforms. For example, :code:`realloc` does
 not accept an argument of ``NULL`` on some platforms. The second reason is
 that the Traffic Server routines actually track the memory allocations by
 file and line number. This tracking is very efficient, is always turned
@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ on, and is useful for tracking down memory leaks.
 :func:`TSmalloc` returns a pointer to size bytes of memory allocated from the
 heap. Traffic Server uses :func:`TSmalloc` internally for memory allocations.
 Always use :func:`TSfree` to release memory allocated by :func:`TSmalloc`; do not use
-:func:`free`.
+:code:`free`.
 
 :func:`TSstrdup` returns a pointer to a new string that is a duplicate
 of the string pointed to by str. The memory for the new string is

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