Commit 00e5e9df authored by Christophe Fergeau's avatar Christophe Fergeau Committed by Daniel P. Berrangé

docs: Document -object tls-creds-x509 priority=xxx

This was added in 13f12430, but is missing from qemu-options.hx
Signed-off-by: 's avatarChristophe Fergeau <>
Signed-off-by: 's avatarDaniel P. Berrangé <>
parent 5d19a6ea
......@@ -4112,7 +4112,7 @@ expensive operation that consumes random pool entropy, so it is
recommended that a persistent set of parameters be generated
upfront and saved.
@item -object tls-creds-x509,id=@var{id},endpoint=@var{endpoint},dir=@var{/path/to/cred/dir},verify-peer=@var{on|off},passwordid=@var{id}
@item -object tls-creds-x509,id=@var{id},endpoint=@var{endpoint},dir=@var{/path/to/cred/dir},priority=@var{priority},verify-peer=@var{on|off},passwordid=@var{id}
Creates a TLS anonymous credentials object, which can be used to provide
TLS support on network backends. The @option{id} parameter is a unique
......@@ -4145,6 +4145,15 @@ version by providing the @var{passwordid} parameter. This provides
the ID of a previously created @code{secret} object containing the
password for decryption.
The @var{priority} parameter allows to override the global default
priority used by gnutls. This can be useful if the system administrator
needs to use a weaker set of crypto priorities for QEMU without
potentially forcing the weakness onto all applications. Or conversely
if one wants wants a stronger default for QEMU than for all other
applications, they can do this through this parameter. Its format is
a gnutls priority string as described at
@item -object filter-buffer,id=@var{id},netdev=@var{netdevid},interval=@var{t}[,queue=@var{all|rx|tx}][,status=@var{on|off}]
Interval @var{t} can't be 0, this filter batches the packet delivery: all
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