[master] 69123e7 Minor language cleanup.
Dag Haavi Finstad
daghf at varnish-software.com
Tue Aug 25 15:24:54 CEST 2015
Author: Dag Haavi Finstad <daghf at varnish-software.com>
Date: Tue Aug 25 15:24:47 2015 +0200
Minor language cleanup.
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/reference/directors.rst b/doc/sphinx/reference/directors.rst
index c4e6ecb..de321b2 100644
@@ -22,8 +22,8 @@ Backends vs Directors
The intuitive classification for backend and director is an endpoint for the
former and a cluster for the latter, but the actual implementation is a bit
-more subtle. VMODs can accept backend arguments return backends in VCL (see
-:ref:`ref-vmod-vcl-c-types`), but he underlying C type is ``struct director``.
+more subtle. VMODs can accept backend arguments and return backends in VCL (see
+:ref:`ref-vmod-vcl-c-types`), but the underlying C type is ``struct director``.
Under the hood director is a generic concept, and a backend is a kind of
@@ -69,8 +69,8 @@ implements native backends. It is the canonical implementation, and though it
provides other services like connection pooling or statistics, it is
essentially a director which state is a ``struct backend``. Varnish native
backends currently speak HTTP/1 over TCP, and as such, you need to make your
-own custom backend if you want Varnish to do otherwise such as connecting over
-UDP or UNIX-domain sockets or speaking a different protocol.
+own custom backend if you want Varnish to do otherwise such as connect over
+UDP or UNIX-domain sockets or speak a different protocol.
You may also consider making your custom backend compliant with regards to the
VCL state (see :ref:`ref-vmod-event-functions`).
@@ -150,8 +150,8 @@ having at least one healthy underlying backend or director.
For dynamic backends, it is just a matter of assigning the ``probe`` field in
the ``struct vrt_backend``. Once the director is created, the probe definition
-too is no longer needed. It is then Varnish that will take care of health
-probing and disabling the feature on cold VCL (see
+too is no longer needed. It is then Varnish that will take care of the health
+probe and disable the feature on a cold VCL (see
Instead of initializing your own probe definition, you can get a ``VCL_PROBE``
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