* Section 5.1:
"Even with out shared storage ..." -> "Even without"
"with the command --copy-storage-all", that's not a command, that's an option
* Section 5.3:
"synch parameter", shouldn't that be "sync"?
"herin" -> "herein"
"# yum install nfs", I don't think there's any such package as "nfs".
* Section 5.4.2:
Some of the listed options are incorrect -- eg., "--tunneled" is spelled "--tunnelled" on the man page; "the man page lists "migrateuri", not "--migrateuri"; there is no mention of the "--abort-on-error" option listed on the man page, and so on. Best to just verify the entire list, and cross-check it against the man page.
That's all I noticed for Chapter 5.
Additional observations about Chapter 6, same manual.
* Procedure 6.1 suggests "yum install certtool". I don't believe there is any such package, I think you want to "yum install gnutls-utils" to get the "certtool" utility, no?
Actually, I think that's it for Chapter 6.
Notes on Chapter 7 while I'm here:
* At least one example of misspelling: "overcommiting".
* Also, at least two instances of suggesting that the host system needs "a maximum of 4GB" of memory. Surely that should say "minimum", no?
Notes on Chapter 8, KSM:
* "a guest virtual machine virtual machine", kind of redundant
* "only inherits" should really be "inherits only" but that's picky
* it's not clear from the intro, does KSM allow sharing just between guests, or does it support sharing between host and guests as well?
* Note refers to /sys/kernel/mm/ksm/merge_nodes, should that not be
* Some weird quoting on the line for bullet point "thres" -- that word ends
with a backquote, and there are more backquotes on the rest of the line. Should those not be regular single quotes, given that backquotes mean something *quite* different normally?
* Oh, and on the bullet point line above that for "npages", there's a reference to "ksmd", but I see no earlier explanation that this is the kernel thread for ksm (if that's what it is). That reference to "ksmd" just seems to come out of nowhere.
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