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12315 errors in section 7i of the manual

@@ -96,11 +96,11 @@
      to complete before disabling persistent error handling.  Closing the
      device will also disable persistent error handling and clear any errors
      or exceptions.
      The Read Operation and Write Operation subsections contain more pertinent
-     information reguarding persistent error handling.
+     information regarding persistent error handling.
    Read Operation
      The read(2) function reads the next record on the tape.  The record size
      is passed back as the number of bytes read, provided it is not greater
      than the number requested.  When a tape mark or end of data is read, a

@@ -111,11 +111,11 @@
      behavior, where another read will fetch the first record of the next tape
      file.  If the BSD behavior is required, device names containing the
      letter `b' (for BSD behavior) in the final component should be used.  If
      persistent error handling was enabled with either the BSD or SVR4 tape
      device behavior, all operations after this read error will return EIO
-     errors until the MTIOCLRERR ioctl is issued.  An MTFSF ioctl can then he
+     errors until the MTIOCLRERR ioctl is issued.  An MTFSF ioctl can then be
      Two successful successive reads that both return zero byte counts
      indicate EOM on the tape.  No further reading should be performed past
      the EOM.

@@ -660,11 +660,11 @@
      The MTIOCREADIGNOREEOFS ioctl enables or disables support for reading
      past double EOF marks which otherwise indicate End-Of-recorded-media
      (EOM) in the case of 1/2" reel tape drives.  As an argument, it takes a
      pointer to an integer.  If 0 (zero) is the specified integer, then double
-     EOF marks indicate End-Of-recodred-media (EOD).  If 1 is the specified
+     EOF marks indicate End-Of-recorded-media (EOD).  If 1 is the specified
      integer, the double EOF marks no longer indicate EOM, thus allowing
      applications to read past two EOF marks.  In this case it is the
      responsibility of the application to detect end-of-recorded-media (EOM).
      The specified tape behavior will be in effect until the device is closed.

@@ -730,6 +730,6 @@
      mt(1), tar(1), dd(1M), open(2), read(2), write(2), aioread(3C),
      aiowrite(3C), ar.h(3HEAD), st(7D)
      1/4 Inch Tape Drive Tutorial
-illumos                         August 31, 2018                        illumos
+illumos                        February 17, 2020                       illumos