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smartos-live#253 filesystems description should match nics in vmadm(1M)

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@@ -914,12 +914,12 @@ tab-complete UUIDs rather than having to type them out for every command.
filesystems:
This property can be used to mount additional filesystems into an OS
- VM. It is primarily intended for SDC special VMs. The value is an
- array of objects. Those objects can have the following properties:
- source, target, raw (optional), type and options. These are described
- below:
+ VM. It is primarily intended for SDC special VMs. The value is an
+ array of objects. The properties available are listed below under the
+ filesystems.*.<property> options. Those objects can have the following
+ properties: source, target, raw (optional), type and options.
- filesystem.type:
+ filesystems.*.type:
For OS VMs this specifies the type of the filesystem being mounted in.
Example: lofs
@@ -930,7 +930,7 @@ tab-complete UUIDs rather than having to type them out for every command.
create: yes
update: no
- filesystem.source:
+ filesystems.*.source:
For OS VMs this specifies the directory in the global zone of the
filesystem being mounted in. Example: /pool/somedirectory
@@ -941,7 +941,7 @@ tab-complete UUIDs rather than having to type them out for every command.
create: yes
update: no
- filesystem.target:
+ filesystems.*.target:
For OS VMs this specifies the directory inside the Zone where this
filesystem should be mounted. Example: /somedirectory
@@ -952,7 +952,7 @@ tab-complete UUIDs rather than having to type them out for every command.
create: yes
update: no
- filesystem.raw:
+ filesystems.*.raw:
For OS VMs this specifies the additional raw device that should be
associated with the source filesystem. Example: /dev/rdsk/somedisk
@@ -963,7 +963,7 @@ tab-complete UUIDs rather than having to type them out for every command.
create: yes
update: no
- filesystem.options:
+ filesystems.*.options:
For OS VMs this specifies the array of mount options for this file
system when it is mounted into the zone. Examples of options include:

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