File s390-tools-sles11sp2-cpuplugd_man_page.patch of Package s390-tools
Description: cpuplugd: Fix typos and wording in man page
Symptom: User might be confused by cpuplugd.conf man page.
Problem: cpuplugd.conf man page contains typos and ambiguous wording.
Solution: Fix typos and wording in man page.
cpuplugd/man/cpuplugd.conf.5 | 8 ++++----
1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)
@@ -42,12 +42,12 @@ pre-defined variables. If a variable is
applies to, CPU or memory, is disabled.
The only exception to this rule is CMM_DEC, which defaults to the setting
for CMM_INC if omitted. If a pre-defined variable is set more than once, only
-the last occurence is used. User-defined variables must not be set more than
+the last occurrence is used. User-defined variables must not be set more than
.SS "Hotplug rules"
Set these pre-defined variables to an expression that resolves to a boolean
-value (true or false). These variables trigger hotpug actions. Setting a
+value (true or false). These variables trigger hotplug actions. Setting a
variable to "0" disables the action.
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ The following operators can be used in a
Furthermore, the boolean operators \fB & \fP (and) \fB|\fP (or) and \fB!\fP
(not) can be used.
-If both HOTPLUG and HOTUNPLUG evalute to true, only the HOTPLUG action is
+If both HOTPLUG and HOTUNPLUG evaluate to true, only the HOTPLUG action is
triggered. If both MEMPLUG and MEMUNPLUG evaluate to true, only the MEMPLUG
action is triggered.
@@ -124,7 +124,7 @@ for user-defined variables must precede
Variable names consist of alphanumeric characters (a-z,A-Z,0-9) and
the "_" character, see section \fB"EXAMPLES"\fP for an example (pgscanrate). The
-length for a variable is 128 characters, and the maximum total size for
+length for a variable is 128 characters, and the maximum total size for all
user-defined variables (names + values) is 4096 characters.
.SS "Keywords for CPU hotplug rules"