[lldp-devel] [PATCH 1/2] lldpad: man page fixes

Eric Multanen eric.w.multanen at intel.com
Mon Mar 25 16:21:36 UTC 2013


Various editorial fixes for man pages in the
lldpad package.

Signed-off-by: Eric Multanen <eric.w.multanen at intel.com>
---
 docs/dcbtool.8      |    4 ++--
 docs/lldpad.8       |    4 ++--
 docs/lldptool-app.8 |    6 +++---
 docs/lldptool-ets.8 |    4 ++--
 docs/lldptool.8     |    2 +-
 5 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/dcbtool.8 b/docs/dcbtool.8
index c4ead71..c814cfb 100644
--- a/docs/dcbtool.8
+++ b/docs/dcbtool.8
@@ -266,8 +266,8 @@ should use. The lowest order bit maps to priority 0.
 Feature specific arguments for \fBll:\fR<\fIsubtype\fR>:
 .TP
 \fBstatus:\fR[\fB0\fR|\fB1\fR]
-For testing purposes, the logical link status may be set to 0 or 1.  This
-setting is not persisted in the configuration file.
+For testing purposes, the logical link status may be set to 0 or 1.  Changes
+to the logical link status are not saved in the configuration file.
 
 .SH EXAMPLES
 
diff --git a/docs/lldpad.8 b/docs/lldpad.8
index f32e7fd..9996222 100644
--- a/docs/lldpad.8
+++ b/docs/lldpad.8
@@ -81,11 +81,11 @@ version 2 - also known as CEE DCBX
 IEEE DCBX
 See the IEEE 802.1Qaz-2011 specification for details.
 .PP
-IEEE DCBX is the default DCBX mode for a DCB capable interface so the default and configured IEEE DCBX TLV's will be
+IEEE DCBX is the default DCBX mode for a DCB capable interface so the default and configured IEEE DCBX TLVs will be
 transmitted when the interface comes up.
 .B lldpad
 can be globally configured to support one of the legacy DCBX versions (CIN or CEE).  If the remote LLDP agent does not
-transmit any IEEE DCBX TLV's and does transmit a legacy DCBX TLV which matches the configured legacy DCBX version, then the
+transmit any IEEE DCBX TLVs and does transmit a legacy DCBX TLV which matches the configured legacy DCBX version, then the
 DCBX mode will drop back to legacy DCBX mode.  It will not transition
 back to IEEE DCBX mode until the next link reset.  If 
 .B lldpad
diff --git a/docs/lldptool-app.8 b/docs/lldptool-app.8
index c84bf6f..d8c110a 100644
--- a/docs/lldptool-app.8
+++ b/docs/lldptool-app.8
@@ -14,12 +14,12 @@ selector and protocol field the local parameter is used.
 .SH ARGUMENTS
 .TP
 .B app
-Configures a local application data field using the three parameters
-priority (prio), selector (sel), and protocol (pid). The -d option
+Configures a local application data field using the three parameters: priority
+(prio), selector (sel), and protocol (pid). The -d option
 can be provided to remove an entry which matches the three parameters.
 
 .SH Theory of Operations
-The APP TLV is an informational TLV for most end stations it is not expected
+The APP TLV is an informational TLV for most end stations. It is not expected
 that setting APP data should be required. Peer data will be processed and
 added to the application data table by default assuming there does not
 already exist a local entry with matching selector and priority fields.
diff --git a/docs/lldptool-ets.8 b/docs/lldptool-ets.8
index e258796..c3c0908 100644
--- a/docs/lldptool-ets.8
+++ b/docs/lldptool-ets.8
@@ -97,8 +97,8 @@ Mapping applications and protocols to traffic classes is required for
 ETS to be useful. User space programs can encode the priority of an
 application with the SO_PRIORITY option. Low level drivers that support
 priority to traffic class mappings may enable this mode by default. For
-drivers that do not support this mode manual configuration can support
-this mode of operation see \fItc-mqprio(8)\fR and \fItc-multiq\fR.
+drivers that do not support this mode, manual configuration can support
+this mode of operation. See \fItc-mqprio(8)\fR and \fItc-multiq\fR.
 Additionally, tc qdiscs and filters can be used to map protocols to queues
 see \fItc(8)\fR for more details along these lines. Finally, many drivers
 have support for specific protocols ie Fiber Channel over Ethernet (FCoE).
diff --git a/docs/lldptool.8 b/docs/lldptool.8
index 23d0ae1..2887e46 100644
--- a/docs/lldptool.8
+++ b/docs/lldptool.8
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ all LLDP TLV modules for "nearest_bridge" (short: "nb"),
 "nearest_customer_bridge" ("ncb") and "nearest_nontpmr_bridge" ("nntpmrb")
 group mac addresses. Configurations are saved into independent sections in
 lldpad.conf.
-If no bridge scope is supplied this default to "nearest bridge" to preserve the
+If no bridge scope is supplied this defaults to "nearest bridge" to preserve the
 previous behaviour.
 .TP
 .B \-c <argument list>



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