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Subject[PATCH tip/core/rcu 4/9] docs: rcu: Correct links referring to titles
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From: "Joel Fernandes (Google)" <joel@joelfernandes.org>

Mauro's auto conversion broken these links, fix them.

Signed-off-by: Joel Fernandes (Google) <joel@joelfernandes.org>
Signed-off-by: Paul E. McKenney <paulmck@linux.ibm.com>
---
.../Memory-Ordering/Tree-RCU-Memory-Ordering.rst | 17 ++--
.../RCU/Design/Requirements/Requirements.rst | 90 ++++++++++------------
2 files changed, 47 insertions(+), 60 deletions(-)

diff --git a/Documentation/RCU/Design/Memory-Ordering/Tree-RCU-Memory-Ordering.rst b/Documentation/RCU/Design/Memory-Ordering/Tree-RCU-Memory-Ordering.rst
index 1011b5d..248b1222 100644
--- a/Documentation/RCU/Design/Memory-Ordering/Tree-RCU-Memory-Ordering.rst
+++ b/Documentation/RCU/Design/Memory-Ordering/Tree-RCU-Memory-Ordering.rst
@@ -230,15 +230,14 @@ Tree RCU Grace Period Memory Ordering Components
Tree RCU's grace-period memory-ordering guarantee is provided by a
number of RCU components:

-#. `Callback Registry <#Callback%20Registry>`__
-#. `Grace-Period Initialization <#Grace-Period%20Initialization>`__
-#. `Self-Reported Quiescent
- States <#Self-Reported%20Quiescent%20States>`__
-#. `Dynamic Tick Interface <#Dynamic%20Tick%20Interface>`__
-#. `CPU-Hotplug Interface <#CPU-Hotplug%20Interface>`__
-#. `Forcing Quiescent States <Forcing%20Quiescent%20States>`__
-#. `Grace-Period Cleanup <Grace-Period%20Cleanup>`__
-#. `Callback Invocation <Callback%20Invocation>`__
+#. `Callback Registry`_
+#. `Grace-Period Initialization`_
+#. `Self-Reported Quiescent States`_
+#. `Dynamic Tick Interface`_
+#. `CPU-Hotplug Interface`_
+#. `Forcing Quiescent States`_
+#. `Grace-Period Cleanup`_
+#. `Callback Invocation`_

Each of the following section looks at the corresponding component in
detail.
diff --git a/Documentation/RCU/Design/Requirements/Requirements.rst b/Documentation/RCU/Design/Requirements/Requirements.rst
index 876e003..a33b5fb 100644
--- a/Documentation/RCU/Design/Requirements/Requirements.rst
+++ b/Documentation/RCU/Design/Requirements/Requirements.rst
@@ -36,16 +36,14 @@ technologies in interesting new ways.
All that aside, here are the categories of currently known RCU
requirements:

-#. `Fundamental Requirements <#Fundamental%20Requirements>`__
-#. `Fundamental Non-Requirements <#Fundamental%20Non-Requirements>`__
-#. `Parallelism Facts of Life <#Parallelism%20Facts%20of%20Life>`__
-#. `Quality-of-Implementation
- Requirements <#Quality-of-Implementation%20Requirements>`__
-#. `Linux Kernel Complications <#Linux%20Kernel%20Complications>`__
-#. `Software-Engineering
- Requirements <#Software-Engineering%20Requirements>`__
-#. `Other RCU Flavors <#Other%20RCU%20Flavors>`__
-#. `Possible Future Changes <#Possible%20Future%20Changes>`__
+#. `Fundamental Requirements`_
+#. `Fundamental Non-Requirements`_
+#. `Parallelism Facts of Life`_
+#. `Quality-of-Implementation Requirements`_
+#. `Linux Kernel Complications`_
+#. `Software-Engineering Requirements`_
+#. `Other RCU Flavors`_
+#. `Possible Future Changes`_

This is followed by a `summary <#Summary>`__, however, the answers to
each quick quiz immediately follows the quiz. Select the big white space
@@ -57,13 +55,11 @@ Fundamental Requirements
RCU's fundamental requirements are the closest thing RCU has to hard
mathematical requirements. These are:

-#. `Grace-Period Guarantee <#Grace-Period%20Guarantee>`__
-#. `Publish-Subscribe Guarantee <#Publish-Subscribe%20Guarantee>`__
-#. `Memory-Barrier Guarantees <#Memory-Barrier%20Guarantees>`__
-#. `RCU Primitives Guaranteed to Execute
- Unconditionally <#RCU%20Primitives%20Guaranteed%20to%20Execute%20Unconditionally>`__
-#. `Guaranteed Read-to-Write
- Upgrade <#Guaranteed%20Read-to-Write%20Upgrade>`__
+#. `Grace-Period Guarantee`_
+#. `Publish/Subscribe Guarantee`_
+#. `Memory-Barrier Guarantees`_
+#. `RCU Primitives Guaranteed to Execute Unconditionally`_
+#. `Guaranteed Read-to-Write Upgrade`_

Grace-Period Guarantee
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@@ -689,16 +685,11 @@ infinitely long, however, the following sections list a few
non-guarantees that have caused confusion. Except where otherwise noted,
these non-guarantees were premeditated.

-#. `Readers Impose Minimal
- Ordering <#Readers%20Impose%20Minimal%20Ordering>`__
-#. `Readers Do Not Exclude
- Updaters <#Readers%20Do%20Not%20Exclude%20Updaters>`__
-#. `Updaters Only Wait For Old
- Readers <#Updaters%20Only%20Wait%20For%20Old%20Readers>`__
-#. `Grace Periods Don't Partition Read-Side Critical
- Sections <#Grace%20Periods%20Don't%20Partition%20Read-Side%20Critical%20Sections>`__
-#. `Read-Side Critical Sections Don't Partition Grace
- Periods <#Read-Side%20Critical%20Sections%20Don't%20Partition%20Grace%20Periods>`__
+#. `Readers Impose Minimal Ordering`_
+#. `Readers Do Not Exclude Updaters`_
+#. `Updaters Only Wait For Old Readers`_
+#. `Grace Periods Don't Partition Read-Side Critical Sections`_
+#. `Read-Side Critical Sections Don't Partition Grace Periods`_

Readers Impose Minimal Ordering
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@@ -1056,11 +1047,11 @@ it would likely be subject to limitations that would make it
inappropriate for industrial-strength production use. Classes of
quality-of-implementation requirements are as follows:

-#. `Specialization <#Specialization>`__
-#. `Performance and Scalability <#Performance%20and%20Scalability>`__
-#. `Forward Progress <#Forward%20Progress>`__
-#. `Composability <#Composability>`__
-#. `Corner Cases <#Corner%20Cases>`__
+#. `Specialization`_
+#. `Performance and Scalability`_
+#. `Forward Progress`_
+#. `Composability`_
+#. `Corner Cases`_

These classes is covered in the following sections.

@@ -1692,21 +1683,18 @@ The Linux kernel provides an interesting environment for all kinds of
software, including RCU. Some of the relevant points of interest are as
follows:

-#. `Configuration <#Configuration>`__.
-#. `Firmware Interface <#Firmware%20Interface>`__.
-#. `Early Boot <#Early%20Boot>`__.
-#. `Interrupts and non-maskable interrupts
- (NMIs) <#Interrupts%20and%20NMIs>`__.
-#. `Loadable Modules <#Loadable%20Modules>`__.
-#. `Hotplug CPU <#Hotplug%20CPU>`__.
-#. `Scheduler and RCU <#Scheduler%20and%20RCU>`__.
-#. `Tracing and RCU <#Tracing%20and%20RCU>`__.
-#. `Energy Efficiency <#Energy%20Efficiency>`__.
-#. `Scheduling-Clock Interrupts and
- RCU <#Scheduling-Clock%20Interrupts%20and%20RCU>`__.
-#. `Memory Efficiency <#Memory%20Efficiency>`__.
-#. `Performance, Scalability, Response Time, and
- Reliability <#Performance,%20Scalability,%20Response%20Time,%20and%20Reliability>`__.
+#. `Configuration`_
+#. `Firmware Interface`_
+#. `Early Boot`_
+#. `Interrupts and NMIs`_
+#. `Loadable Modules`_
+#. `Hotplug CPU`_
+#. `Scheduler and RCU`_
+#. `Tracing and RCU`_
+#. `Energy Efficiency`_
+#. `Scheduling-Clock Interrupts and RCU`_
+#. `Memory Efficiency`_
+#. `Performance, Scalability, Response Time, and Reliability`_

This list is probably incomplete, but it does give a feel for the most
notable Linux-kernel complications. Each of the following sections
@@ -2344,10 +2332,10 @@ implementations, non-preemptible and preemptible. The other four flavors
are listed below, with requirements for each described in a separate
section.

-#. `Bottom-Half Flavor (Historical) <#Bottom-Half%20Flavor>`__
-#. `Sched Flavor (Historical) <#Sched%20Flavor>`__
-#. `Sleepable RCU <#Sleepable%20RCU>`__
-#. `Tasks RCU <#Tasks%20RCU>`__
+#. `Bottom-Half Flavor (Historical)`_
+#. `Sched Flavor (Historical)`_
+#. `Sleepable RCU`_
+#. `Tasks RCU`_

Bottom-Half Flavor (Historical)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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