Cause: wrong path to implicit config file was presented
Consequence: confusing documentation
Fix: change path to implicit config file
Result: path is now correct
Description of problem:
vhostmd manpage have something wrong,=20
-f, --config <file>
Specify a different configuration file. Normally /etc/vhostmd.xml
should be "Normally /etc/vhostmd/vhostmd.conf"
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Sorry I forgot about this one for RHEL 6.5. Moving to RHEL 6.6.
Still no pm_ack/rhel-6.6.0 acked. Is this planned to be fixed in this component or rather via MPO (oneliner only)?
It's an extremely simple change. Unfortunately PM-acks are
not up to me!
Looking at ACL, vhostmd is not on the list. I take it as a yes for MPO.
Sorry, I have no idea what MPO is.
MPO = Man Pages Overrides
A process, where in order to change a man page, you don't have to update a component. MPO is a package with man pages and their patches. So instead of changing 10 components just for man page, you only add 10 patches to MPO package. It saves resources. Once the component gets green (there is a lot of man pages patches or at least one non man page change, it can be then updated in the component and patches from MPO are removed.
Created attachment 908417 [details]
vhostmd.8 -f default file
No pm-ack so moving to 6.7.
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
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