Commit 7fa9e1f9 authored by Stefan Hajnoczi's avatar Stefan Hajnoczi Committed by Kevin Wolf

docs: qcow2 compat=1.1 is now the default

Commit 9117b477 ("qcow2: Change default
for new images to compat=1.1") changed the default qcow2 image format
version but forgot to update qemu-doc.texi and qemu-img.texi.
Signed-off-by: default avatarStefan Hajnoczi <stefanha@redhat.com>
Reviewed-by: default avatarEric Blake <eblake@redhat.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarKevin Wolf <kwolf@redhat.com>
parent b7fcff01
......@@ -536,11 +536,11 @@ support of multiple VM snapshots.
Supported options:
@table @code
@item compat
Determines the qcow2 version to use. @code{compat=0.10} uses the traditional
image format that can be read by any QEMU since 0.10 (this is the default).
Determines the qcow2 version to use. @code{compat=0.10} uses the
traditional image format that can be read by any QEMU since 0.10.
@code{compat=1.1} enables image format extensions that only QEMU 1.1 and
newer understand. Amongst others, this includes zero clusters, which allow
efficient copy-on-read for sparse images.
newer understand (this is the default). Amongst others, this includes
zero clusters, which allow efficient copy-on-read for sparse images.
@item backing_file
File name of a base image (see @option{create} subcommand)
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......@@ -391,11 +391,11 @@ support of multiple VM snapshots.
Supported options:
@table @code
@item compat
Determines the qcow2 version to use. @code{compat=0.10} uses the traditional
image format that can be read by any QEMU since 0.10 (this is the default).
Determines the qcow2 version to use. @code{compat=0.10} uses the
traditional image format that can be read by any QEMU since 0.10.
@code{compat=1.1} enables image format extensions that only QEMU 1.1 and
newer understand. Amongst others, this includes zero clusters, which allow
efficient copy-on-read for sparse images.
newer understand (this is the default). Amongst others, this includes zero
clusters, which allow efficient copy-on-read for sparse images.
@item backing_file
File name of a base image (see @option{create} subcommand)
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