git: be6792fbea - main - 14.0 relnotes: wording changes

From: Mike Karels <>
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2023 04:09:31 UTC
The branch main has been updated by karels:


commit be6792fbead272001865bf1d6deed463ee12cedd
Author:     Mike Karels <>
AuthorDate: 2023-11-10 04:07:29 +0000
Commit:     Mike Karels <>
CommitDate: 2023-11-10 04:09:21 +0000

    14.0 relnotes: wording changes
    Clarify a couple of items; from suggestions by
    Remove a commented-out line that shouldn't be there any longer.
 website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc | 5 ++---
 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc b/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc
index 76857497c7..9f6efbce65 100644
--- a/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc
+++ b/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc
@@ -67,13 +67,12 @@ There are one or more copies of the boot loader on the MS-DOS EFI System Partiti
 After a system upgrade, but before doing a `zpool upgrade`, the boot loader on the ESP must be updated, or the system may become unbootable.
 The location of the boot loader in use can be determined using the command `efibootmgr -v`.
 The value displayed for `BootCurrent` should be the number of the current boot configuration used to boot the system.
-The corresponding line of the output should begin with a `+` sign, such as
+The corresponding entry of the output should begin with a `+` sign, such as
  +Boot0000* FreeBSD HD(1,GPT,f859c46d-19ee-4e40-8975-3ad1ab00ac09,0x800,0x82000)/File(\EFI\freebsd\loader.efi)
                        nda0p1:/EFI/freebsd/loader.efi (null)
 The ESP may already be mounted on [.filename]#/boot/efi#.
-//If not, a `noauto` entry may be in the man:fstab[5] file; this allows the command `mount /boot/efi` to mount the file system.
 Otherwise, the partition may be mounted manually, using the partition listed in the `efibootmgr` output (`nda0p1` in this case): `mount_msdosfs /dev/nda0p1 /boot/efi`.
 See man:loader.efi[8] for another example.
@@ -399,7 +398,7 @@ gitref:a8b89dff6ac0[repository=src]
 man:boottrace[4] is a new kernel-userspace interface for capturing trace events during system boot and shutdown.
 Event annotations are present in the boot and shutdown paths in the kernel; system utilities (man:init[8], man:shutdown[8], man:reboot[8]); and man:rc[8] scripts (via man:boottrace[8]).
-This facility focuses on ease of use and is aimed primarily at system administrators.
+man:boottrace[4] focuses on ease of use and is aimed primarily at system administrators.
 It is available in the default `GENERIC` kernel and can be enabled by toggling a man:sysctl[8] variable.
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