Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 508785
Documentation bug in 4.2.2. Blacklisting By Device Name
Last modified: 2011-05-24 14:11:28 EDT
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Bugzilla component: Documentation-cluster
Book identifier: DM_Multipath(EN)-5 (2009-01-06T15:35)
Change the word "are" to "all" in first sentence in second paragraph:
The following example shows the lines in the configuration file that would blacklist all SCSI devices, since it blacklists are sd* devices.
It should read
"The following example shows the lines in the configuration file that would blacklist all SCSI devices, since it blacklists all sd* devices."
This error was in the version 4 documentation as well.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open http://www.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/5/html/DM_Multipath/device_name_blacklist.html
2. Read it
Assigning bug to me since it's a documentation bug.
I have fixed this typo in the working draft copies for RHEL 4 and RHEL 5 of this document. This will be corrected in the next RHEL 4 and RHEL 5 release (RHEL 4.9 and RHEL 5.5).
Verified in RHEL5 documentation:
Not present in RHEL4 live, when will the RHEL4 docs get respun?
The RHEL 4 docs will get respun at RHEL 4.9, as a matter of course.
But: I can by special request update them earlier than that. In fact, we are a couple of weeks away from instituting a new procedure which will allow me to update the docs myself at any time without going through what is currently a lengthy process which we reserve for high priority issues.
When the new procedure is in place, I will sort through my bugs and respin any documents that are waiting for fixes of this nature.
RHEL 4.9 is long released, with this typo fixed, so I'm closing this bug.