[pve-devel] [PATCH docs 1/3] fix a/an and repeated words

Thomas Lamprecht t.lamprecht at proxmox.com
Mon Oct 2 15:55:38 CEST 2017


ddouble words found with /(\b\S+\b)\s+\b\1\b/
(the silver searcher `ag` can find matches even with newlines in
between without extra flags)

Adapt some wording when touching the lines.

Signed-off-by: Thomas Lamprecht <t.lamprecht at proxmox.com>
---
 pve-network.adoc | 2 +-
 pvecm.adoc       | 4 ++--
 pveum.adoc       | 2 +-
 qm.adoc          | 8 ++++----
 4 files changed, 8 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

diff --git a/pve-network.adoc b/pve-network.adoc
index beb69ae..b34b8c1 100644
--- a/pve-network.adoc
+++ b/pve-network.adoc
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ virtual networks.
 
 Debian traditionally uses the `ifup` and `ifdown` commands to
 configure the network. The file `/etc/network/interfaces` contains the
-whole network setup. Please refer to to manual page (`man interfaces`)
+whole network setup. Please refer to the manual page (`man interfaces`)
 for a complete format description.
 
 NOTE: {pve} does not write changes directly to
diff --git a/pvecm.adoc b/pvecm.adoc
index 4799670..36d18c2 100644
--- a/pvecm.adoc
+++ b/pvecm.adoc
@@ -444,7 +444,7 @@ Separate On Cluster Creation
 This is possible through the 'ring0_addr' and 'bindnet0_addr' parameter of
 the 'pvecm create' command used for creating a new cluster.
 
-If you have setup a additional NIC with a static address on 10.10.10.1/25
+If you have setup an additional NIC with a static address on 10.10.10.1/25
 and want to send and receive all cluster communication over this interface
 you would execute:
 
@@ -876,7 +876,7 @@ xref:pct_migration[Container Migration Chapter]
 Migration Type
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
-The migration type defines if the migration data should be sent over a
+The migration type defines if the migration data should be sent over an
 encrypted (`secure`) channel or an unencrypted (`insecure`) one.
 Setting the migration type to insecure means that the RAM content of a
 virtual guest gets also transferred unencrypted, which can lead to
diff --git a/pveum.adoc b/pveum.adoc
index 30a5551..c3eb870 100644
--- a/pveum.adoc
+++ b/pveum.adoc
@@ -100,7 +100,7 @@ usermod -a -G watchman heinz
 Proxmox VE authentication server::
 This is a unix like password store (`/etc/pve/priv/shadow.cfg`).
 Password are encrypted using the SHA-256 hash method.
-This is the most convenient method for for small (or even medium)
+This is the most convenient method for small (or even medium)
 installations where users do not need access to anything outside of
 {pve}. In this case users are fully managed by {pve} and are able to
 change their own passwords via the GUI.
diff --git a/qm.adoc b/qm.adoc
index 6cc8855..1cf9427 100644
--- a/qm.adoc
+++ b/qm.adoc
@@ -130,7 +130,7 @@ Hard Disk
 Qemu can emulate a number of storage controllers:
 
 * the *IDE* controller, has a design which goes back to the 1984 PC/AT disk
-controller. Even if this controller has been superseded by more more designs,
+controller. Even if this controller has been superseded by recent designs,
 each and every OS you can think of has support for it, making it a great choice
 if you want to run an OS released before 2003. You can connect up to 4 devices
 on this controller.
@@ -219,9 +219,9 @@ A *CPU socket* is a physical slot on a PC motherboard where you can plug a CPU.
 This CPU can then contain one or many *cores*, which are independent
 processing units. Whether you have a single CPU socket with 4 cores, or two CPU
 sockets with two cores is mostly irrelevant from a performance point of view.
-However some software is licensed depending on the number of sockets you have in
-your machine, in that case it makes sense to set the number of of sockets to
-what the license allows you, and increase the number of cores.
+However some software licenses depend on the number of sockets a machine has,
+in that case it makes sense to set the number of sockets to what the license
+allows you.
 
 Increasing the number of virtual cpus (cores and sockets) will usually provide a
 performance improvement though that is heavily dependent on the use of the VM.
-- 
2.11.0




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