The following text appears in the restore(8) man page:
The -r flag ... can be detrimental to one's health if
not used carefully (not to mention the disk). An example:
mount /dev/da0s1a /mnt
restore rf /dev/sa0
The above passage is confusing because first it is giving an omnious
warning about bad effects that can derive from misusing the -r option,
and then, immediately following that, it gives an example of _correct_
usage of the -r option.
It has been suggested that the material begining with "An example:" should
be placed into its own separate paragraph, and I agree with that suggestion.
Furthermore, I think that it would be best to make the meaning entirely
clear by changing "An example:" to "Here is an example of how to
_correctly_ use the -r option:"
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