Title: oo-admin-chk example with -l option is missing value for -l
Describe the issue:
The unnumbered example at the end of Section 9.1.3 comprises the command `oo-admin-chk -l -v`, but the -l option expects a value.
The command does work, but only by accident, and the options do not have the intended effects. In the example given, the -v flag is taken to be the value for the -l option. However, the -l option expects a non-negative integer. Because -v is not an integer, the -l option gets its default value of 0. Furthermore, because the "-v" argument is taken as the value to the -l option the "-v" argument is not interpreted as a separate option, so it is essentially ignored.
Suggestions for improvement:
The example should have "oo-admin-chk -l 1 -v" (all values >= 1 are equivalent).
DOC UPDATE: Revised OpenShift Enterprise Administration Guide to provide a value for the oo-admin-chk -l option