<https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?beadm(1)> works …
<https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?beadm(8)> does not …
man 8 beadm works …
man 1 beadm does not;
% man 1 beadm
No manual entry for beadm
% pkg info -x beadm
% freebsd-version -kru
Is this a FreeBSD documentation bug? For the FreeBSD website view of the page.
From the "(8)" at <https://github.com/vermaden/beadm/commit/7c1b1de2a6af28ae3c8dc230a715a3096ecb64ad#commitcomment-48517471> I assume that (8) is correct.
Sorry, Bugzilla previews are partially broken (a known issue), I couldn't guess that Bugzilla would mangle my angle bracket-enclosed URLs.
> … Sorry, no data found for `beadm(8)'.
Its my fault (man 1 beadm not being present anymore ...).
When I introduced beadm the man page was written as '1' section (beadm.1) but as we know '1' is section for user utilities and '8' is section for sysadmin utils.
So with some version I 'fixed' that and renamed beadm.1 to beadm.8 along with making all references to beadm(8) now as its purely sysadmin tool ...
Sorry for that.
No need to apologise, I'm quite accustomed to using (1) for the web page, although I sometimes forget which one of the two (beadm and bectl) is misplaced :-)
Is there something to be add here?
– finds the page in section 8
– finds the page in first section 1.
Using the pull-down menu to switch to section 8 finds a different version of the page in section 8.