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[libvirt] Need a better word than "allocated" or "ascertained"



Hi us,

Quick question... the virsh "memtune" command has a parameter called "--soft-limit".

The draft description for it, for the virsh command reference, is:

  Minimum memory allocated to the guest domain during contention,
  in kilobytes. QEMU and LXC only.

  http://justinclift.fedorapeople.org/virshcmdref/sect-memtune.html

But, Nikunj has pointed out the word "allocated" here isn't correct.  His initial
suggestion is to use "ascertained" instead, but that doesn't sound at all right to
me:

  Minimum memory ascertained to the guest domain during contention,
  in kilobytes. QEMU and LXC only.

"Ascertained" doesn't really make sense to me in this context.  Wondering
if anyone has better suggestions? :)

Regards and best wishes,

Justin Clift


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