[master] 148893f Some editorial polish in "Upgrading to 6.0".

Geoff Simmons geoff at uplex.de
Thu Mar 8 09:55:08 UTC 2018

commit 148893f11ed897719c7fb29635ecafae4d96c793
Author: Geoff Simmons <geoff at uplex.de>
Date:   Thu Mar 8 10:53:52 2018 +0100

    Some editorial polish in "Upgrading to 6.0".

diff --git a/doc/sphinx/whats-new/upgrading-6.0.rst b/doc/sphinx/whats-new/upgrading-6.0.rst
index db8c9cd..444c301 100644
--- a/doc/sphinx/whats-new/upgrading-6.0.rst
+++ b/doc/sphinx/whats-new/upgrading-6.0.rst
@@ -100,9 +100,10 @@ against ACLs can only be run against IP-valued elements.
 This means that if a ``*.ip`` variable whose value is ```` due
 to the use of UDS is matched against an ACL, the match can only
 succeed if the ACL includes ````. If you currently have a
-security requirement that depends on an ACL matching a range of IP
-addresses, then that will continue to work with a UDS listener (since
-you almost certainly have not included ```` in that range).
+security requirement that depends on IP addresses *not* matching an
+ACL unless they belong to a specified range, then that will continue
+to work with a UDS listener (since you almost certainly have not
+included ```` in that range).
 Recall again that ``client.ip`` and ``server.ip`` are set by the PROXY
 protocol. So if you have a UDS listener configured to use PROXY and
@@ -257,7 +258,7 @@ Other changes
     file when it executes ``bind(2)``. To make it easier for other
     processes to connect to the socket, the server's umask is
     temporarily set to 0 before the listen is attempted, to minimize
-    issues with permissions. No further attempted is made to set the
+    issues with permissions. No further attempt is made to set the
     socket's permissions.
     To test a Varnish instance listening at a UDS, just use the

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