tree-wide: fix spelling of "fallback"

Similarly to "setup" vs. "set up", "fallback" is a noun, and "fall back"
is the verb. (This is pretty clear when we construct a sentence in the
present continous: "we are falling back" not "we are fallbacking").
master
Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek 2 years ago
parent bb5a34fb3e
commit 2aed63f427
  1. 4
      TODO
  2. 2
      meson.build
  3. 2
      src/basic/fd-util.c
  4. 2
      src/basic/fs-util.c
  5. 4
      src/basic/mountpoint-util.c
  6. 4
      src/core/manager.c
  7. 2
      src/core/namespace.c
  8. 2
      src/core/service.c
  9. 2
      src/kernel-install/90-loaderentry.install
  10. 2
      src/login/user-runtime-dir.c
  11. 9
      src/shared/dev-setup.c
  12. 6
      src/shared/dissect-image.c
  13. 2
      src/shared/reboot-util.h
  14. 2
      src/shared/resolve-util.h
  15. 2
      src/udev/udev-builtin-usb_id.c

@ -541,7 +541,7 @@ Features:
directory trees from the host to the services RootImage= and RootDirectory=
environment. Which we can use for /etc/machine-id and in particular
/etc/resolv.conf. Should be smart and do something useful on read-only
images, for example fallback to read-only bind mounting the file instead.
images, for example fall back to read-only bind mounting the file instead.
* show invocation ID in systemd-run output
@ -1018,7 +1018,7 @@ Features:
- journald: also get thread ID from client, plus thread name
- journal: when waiting for journal additions in the client always sleep at least 1s or so, in order to minimize wakeups
- add API to close/reopen/get fd for journal client fd in libsystemd-journal.
- fallback to /dev/log based logging in libsystemd-journal, if we cannot log natively?
- fall back to /dev/log based logging in libsystemd-journal, if we cannot log natively?
- declare the local journal protocol stable in the wiki interface chart
- sd-journal: speed up sd_journal_get_data() with transparent hash table in bg
- journald: when dropping msgs due to ratelimit make sure to write

@ -791,7 +791,7 @@ tty_gid = get_option('tty-gid')
conf.set('TTY_GID', tty_gid)
substs.set('TTY_GID', tty_gid)
# Ensure provided GID argument is numeric, otherwise fallback to default assignment
# Ensure provided GID argument is numeric, otherwise fall back to default assignment
users_gid = get_option('users-gid')
substs.set('USERS_GID', users_gid < 0 ? '-' : users_gid)

@ -976,6 +976,6 @@ int read_nr_open(void) {
return v;
}
/* If we fail, fallback to the hard-coded kernel limit of 1024 * 1024. */
/* If we fail, fall back to the hard-coded kernel limit of 1024 * 1024. */
return 1024 * 1024;
}

@ -120,7 +120,7 @@ int rename_noreplace(int olddirfd, const char *oldpath, int newdirfd, const char
if (!IN_SET(errno, EINVAL, ENOSYS, ENOTTY, EPERM)) /* FAT returns EPERM on link()… */
return -errno;
/* OK, neither RENAME_NOREPLACE nor linkat()+unlinkat() worked. Let's then fallback to the racy TOCTOU
/* OK, neither RENAME_NOREPLACE nor linkat()+unlinkat() worked. Let's then fall back to the racy TOCTOU
* vulnerable accessat(F_OK) check followed by classic, replacing renameat(), we have nothing better. */
if (faccessat(newdirfd, newpath, F_OK, AT_SYMLINK_NOFOLLOW) >= 0)

@ -173,7 +173,7 @@ int fd_is_mount_point(int fd, const char *filename, int flags) {
if (!ERRNO_IS_NOT_SUPPORTED(errno) && !ERRNO_IS_PRIVILEGE(errno))
return -errno;
/* If statx() is not available or forbidden, fallback to name_to_handle_at() below */
/* If statx() is not available or forbidden, fall back to name_to_handle_at() below */
} else if (FLAGS_SET(sx.stx_attributes_mask, STATX_ATTR_MOUNT_ROOT)) /* yay! */
return FLAGS_SET(sx.stx_attributes, STATX_ATTR_MOUNT_ROOT);
@ -186,7 +186,7 @@ int fd_is_mount_point(int fd, const char *filename, int flags) {
goto fallback_fdinfo;
else if (r == -EOPNOTSUPP)
/* This kernel or file system does not support name_to_handle_at(), hence let's see if the upper fs
* supports it (in which case it is a mount point), otherwise fallback to the traditional stat()
* supports it (in which case it is a mount point), otherwise fall back to the traditional stat()
* logic */
nosupp = true;
else if (r < 0)

@ -4371,11 +4371,11 @@ const char *manager_get_confirm_spawn(Manager *m) {
*
* If the console suddenly disappear at the time our children will really it
* then they will simply fail to acquire it and a positive answer will be
* assumed. New children will fallback to /dev/console though.
* assumed. New children will fall back to /dev/console though.
*
* Note: TTYs are devices that can come and go any time, and frequently aren't
* available yet during early boot (consider a USB rs232 dongle...). If for any
* reason the configured console is not ready, we fallback to the default
* reason the configured console is not ready, we fall back to the default
* console. */
if (!m->confirm_spawn || path_equal(m->confirm_spawn, "/dev/console"))

@ -648,7 +648,7 @@ static int clone_device_node(
*make_devnode = false;
}
/* We're about to fallback to bind-mounting the device
/* We're about to fall back to bind-mounting the device
* node. So create a dummy bind-mount target.
* Do not prepare device-node SELinux label (see issue 13762) */
r = mknod(dn, S_IFREG, 0);

@ -1034,7 +1034,7 @@ static void service_search_main_pid(Service *s) {
assert(s);
/* If we know it anyway, don't ever fallback to unreliable
/* If we know it anyway, don't ever fall back to unreliable
* heuristics */
if (s->main_pid_known)
return;

@ -95,7 +95,7 @@ for initrd in "${INITRD_OPTIONS[@]}"; do
fi
done
# If no initrd option is supplied, fallback to "initrd" which is
# If no initrd option is supplied, fall back to "initrd" which is
# the name used by dracut when generating it in its kernel-install hook
[[ ${#INITRD_OPTIONS[@]} == 0 ]] && INITRD_OPTIONS=( initrd )

@ -166,7 +166,7 @@ static int do_umount(const char *user) {
int r;
/* The user may be already removed. So, first try to parse the string by parse_uid(),
* and if it fails, fallback to get_user_creds().*/
* and if it fails, fall back to get_user_creds().*/
if (parse_uid(user, &uid) < 0) {
r = get_user_creds(&user, &uid, NULL, NULL, NULL, 0);
if (r < 0)

@ -72,10 +72,11 @@ int make_inaccessible_nodes(
{ "inaccessible/sock", S_IFSOCK | 0000 },
/* The following two are likely to fail if we lack the privs for it (for example in an userns
* environment, if CAP_SYS_MKNOD is missing, or if a device node policy prohibit major/minor of 0
* device nodes to be created). But that's entirely fine. Consumers of these files should carry
* fallback to use a different node then, for example <root>/inaccessible/sock, which is close
* enough in behaviour and semantics for most uses. */
* environment, if CAP_SYS_MKNOD is missing, or if a device node policy prohibits creation of
* device nodes with a major/minor of 0). But that's entirely fine. Consumers of these files
* should implement falling back to use a different node then, for example
* <root>/inaccessible/sock, which is close enough in behaviour and semantics for most uses.
*/
{ "inaccessible/chr", S_IFCHR | 0000 },
{ "inaccessible/blk", S_IFBLK | 0000 },
};

@ -813,8 +813,8 @@ int dissect_image(
_cleanup_free_ char *o = NULL;
const char *options = NULL;
/* If the root has was set, then we won't fallback to a generic node, because the root hash
* decides */
/* If the root hash was set, then we won't fall back to a generic node, because the
* root hash decides. */
if (root_hash)
return -EADDRNOTAVAIL;
@ -1426,7 +1426,7 @@ static int verity_partition(
r = crypt_activate_by_volume_key(cd, name, root_hash, root_hash_size, CRYPT_ACTIVATE_READONLY);
/* libdevmapper can return EINVAL when the device is already in the activation stage.
* There's no way to distinguish this situation from a genuine error due to invalid
* parameters, so immediately fallback to activating the device with a unique name.
* parameters, so immediately fall back to activating the device with a unique name.
* Improvements in libcrypsetup can ensure this never happens: https://gitlab.com/cryptsetup/cryptsetup/-/merge_requests/96 */
if (r == -EINVAL && FLAGS_SET(flags, DISSECT_IMAGE_VERITY_SHARE))
return verity_partition(m, v, root_hash, root_hash_size, verity_data, NULL, root_hash_sig ?: hash_sig_from_file, root_hash_sig_size, flags & ~DISSECT_IMAGE_VERITY_SHARE, d);

@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ int update_reboot_parameter_and_warn(const char *parameter, bool keep);
typedef enum RebootFlags {
REBOOT_LOG = 1 << 0, /* log about what we are going to do and all errors */
REBOOT_DRY_RUN = 1 << 1, /* return 0 right before actually doing the reboot */
REBOOT_FALLBACK = 1 << 2, /* fallback to plain reboot() if argument-based reboot doesn't work, isn't configured or doesn't apply otherwise */
REBOOT_FALLBACK = 1 << 2, /* fall back to plain reboot() if argument-based reboot doesn't work, isn't configured or doesn't apply otherwise */
} RebootFlags;
int read_reboot_parameter(char **parameter);

@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ enum DnsOverTlsMode {
DNS_OVER_TLS_NO,
/* Try to connect using DNS-over-TLS, but if connection fails,
* fallback to using an unencrypted connection */
* fall back to using an unencrypted connection */
DNS_OVER_TLS_OPPORTUNISTIC,
/* Enforce DNS-over-TLS and require valid server certificates */

@ -372,7 +372,7 @@ fallback:
if (r < 0)
return log_device_debug_errno(dev_usb, r, "Failed to get idProduct attribute: %m");
/* fallback to USB vendor & device */
/* fall back to USB vendor & device */
if (vendor_str[0] == '\0') {
const char *usb_vendor;

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