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-.TH SMHBA.CONF 4 "Sep 28, 2009"
+.TH SMHBA.CONF 4 "May 16, 2020"
 smhba.conf \- configuration file for the SMHBAAPI library
 The \fB/etc/smhba.conf\fR file is used to specify the Vendor-Specific Libraries
 that are installed on the system. This file is used by the Common Library to
 load the individual VSLs when \fBHBA_LoadLibrary\fR(3HBAAPI) is called. If
 changes are made to the file while the library is in use, the library should be
 freed and reloaded. A version 1 VSL is compatible only with a version 1 Common

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 .RS 16n
 is the absolute path to the shared object library file.
 \fBExample 1 \fRContents of \fB/etc/smhba.conf\fR
 .in +2

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 com.sun.sashba64      /usr/lib/64/
 .in -2
 See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

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 Interface Stability     Committed
 Standard        T{
-ANSI INCITS 428  Storage Management Host Bus Adapter Application Programming Ingerface(SM-HBA)
+ANSI INCITS 428  Storage Management Host Bus Adapter Application Programming Interface(SM-HBA)
 \fBHBA_LoadLibrary\fR(3HBAAPI), \fBlibSMHBAAPI\fR(3LIB), \fBattributes\fR(5)
 The SMHBAAPI library is provided in both 32-and 64-bit versions, but only one
 configuration file is specified. As a result, both 32- and 64-bit VSL libraries
 must be specified within the same file. When using the 32-bit Common Library,
 the 64-bit VSLs will fail to load. When using the 64-bit Common Library, the
 32-bit VSLs will fail to load. These failures are silently ignored by the