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diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/altcloud.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/altcloud.rst
index eeb197f..9d7e3de 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/altcloud.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/altcloud.rst
@@ -3,24 +3,25 @@
 Alt Cloud
 =========
 
-The datasource altcloud will be used to pick up user data on `RHEVm`_ and `vSphere`_.
+The datasource altcloud will be used to pick up user data on `RHEVm`_ and
+`vSphere`_.
 
 RHEVm
 -----
 
 For `RHEVm`_ v3.0 the userdata is injected into the VM using floppy
-injection via the `RHEVm`_ dashboard "Custom Properties". 
+injection via the `RHEVm`_ dashboard "Custom Properties".
 
 The format of the Custom Properties entry must be:
 
 ::
-    
+
     floppyinject=user-data.txt:<base64 encoded data>
 
 For example to pass a simple bash script:
 
 .. sourcecode:: sh
-    
+
     % cat simple_script.bash
     #!/bin/bash
     echo "Hello Joe!" >> /tmp/JJV_Joe_out.txt
@@ -38,7 +39,7 @@ set the "Custom Properties" when creating the RHEMv v3.0 VM to:
 **NOTE:** The prefix with file name must be: ``floppyinject=user-data.txt:``
 
 It is also possible to launch a `RHEVm`_ v3.0 VM and pass optional user
-data to it using the Delta Cloud. 
+data to it using the Delta Cloud.
 
 For more information on Delta Cloud see: http://deltacloud.apache.org
 
@@ -46,12 +47,12 @@ vSphere
 -------
 
 For VMWare's `vSphere`_ the userdata is injected into the VM as an ISO
-via the cdrom. This can be done using the `vSphere`_ dashboard 
+via the cdrom. This can be done using the `vSphere`_ dashboard
 by connecting an ISO image to the CD/DVD drive.
 
 To pass this example script to cloud-init running in a `vSphere`_ VM
 set the CD/DVD drive when creating the vSphere VM to point to an
-ISO on the data store. 
+ISO on the data store.
 
 **Note:** The ISO must contain the user data.
 
@@ -61,13 +62,13 @@ Create the ISO
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
 
 .. sourcecode:: sh
-    
+
     % mkdir my-iso
 
 NOTE: The file name on the ISO must be: ``user-data.txt``
 
 .. sourcecode:: sh
-    
+
     % cp simple_script.bash my-iso/user-data.txt
     % genisoimage -o user-data.iso -r my-iso
 
@@ -75,7 +76,7 @@ Verify the ISO
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
 
 .. sourcecode:: sh
-    
+
     % sudo mkdir /media/vsphere_iso
     % sudo mount -o loop user-data.iso /media/vsphere_iso
     % cat /media/vsphere_iso/user-data.txt
@@ -84,7 +85,7 @@ Verify the ISO
 Then, launch the `vSphere`_ VM the ISO user-data.iso attached as a CDROM.
 
 It is also possible to launch a `vSphere`_ VM and pass optional user
-data to it using the Delta Cloud. 
+data to it using the Delta Cloud.
 
 For more information on Delta Cloud see: http://deltacloud.apache.org
 
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/azure.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/azure.rst
index b41cddd..8328dfa 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/azure.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/azure.rst
@@ -82,7 +82,8 @@ The settings that may be configured are:
    provided command to obtain metadata.
  * **apply_network_config**: Boolean set to True to use network configuration
    described by Azure's IMDS endpoint instead of fallback network config of
-   dhcp on eth0. Default is True. For Ubuntu 16.04 or earlier, default is False.
+   dhcp on eth0. Default is True. For Ubuntu 16.04 or earlier, default is
+   False.
  * **data_dir**: Path used to read metadata files and write crawled data.
  * **dhclient_lease_file**: The fallback lease file to source when looking for
    custom DHCP option 245 from Azure fabric.
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/cloudstack.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/cloudstack.rst
index a3101ed..95b9587 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/cloudstack.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/cloudstack.rst
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ CloudStack
 sshkey thru the Virtual-Router. The datasource obtains the VR address via
 dhcp lease information given to the instance.
 For more details on meta-data and user-data,
-refer the `CloudStack Administrator Guide`_. 
+refer the `CloudStack Administrator Guide`_.
 
 URLs to access user-data and meta-data from the Virtual Machine. Here 10.1.1.1
 is the Virtual Router IP:
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/configdrive.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/configdrive.rst
index f1a488a..f4c5a34 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/configdrive.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/configdrive.rst
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ The following criteria are required to as a config drive:
 ::
 
   openstack/
-    - 2012-08-10/ or latest/ 
+    - 2012-08-10/ or latest/
       - meta_data.json
       - user_data (not mandatory)
     - content/
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ only) file in the following ways.
 
 ::
 
-   dsmode:  
+   dsmode:
      values: local, net, pass
      default: pass
 
@@ -97,10 +97,10 @@ The difference between 'local' and 'net' is that local will not require
 networking to be up before user-data actions (or boothooks) are run.
 
 ::
-    
+
    instance-id:
      default: iid-dsconfigdrive
-     
+
 This is utilized as the metadata's instance-id.  It should generally
 be unique, as it is what is used to determine "is this a new instance".
 
@@ -108,18 +108,18 @@ be unique, as it is what is used to determine "is this a new instance".
 
    public-keys:
      default: None
-  
+
 If present, these keys will be used as the public keys for the
 instance.  This value overrides the content in authorized_keys.
 
 Note: it is likely preferable to provide keys via user-data
 
 ::
-    
+
    user-data:
      default: None
-     
-This provides cloud-init user-data. See :ref:`examples <yaml_examples>` for 
+
+This provides cloud-init user-data. See :ref:`examples <yaml_examples>` for
 what all can be present here.
 
 .. _OpenStack: http://www.openstack.org/
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/digitalocean.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/digitalocean.rst
index 938ede8..88f1e5f 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/digitalocean.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/digitalocean.rst
@@ -20,8 +20,10 @@ DigitalOcean's datasource can be configured as follows:
       retries: 3
       timeout: 2
 
-- *retries*: Determines the number of times to attempt to connect to the metadata service
-- *timeout*: Determines the timeout in seconds to wait for a response from the metadata service
+- *retries*: Determines the number of times to attempt to connect to the
+  metadata service
+- *timeout*: Determines the timeout in seconds to wait for a response from the
+  metadata service
 
 .. _DigitalOcean: http://digitalocean.com/
 .. _metadata service: https://developers.digitalocean.com/metadata/
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/ec2.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/ec2.rst
index 76beca9..a90f377 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/ec2.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/ec2.rst
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ instance metadata.
 Metadata is accessible via the following URL:
 
 ::
-    
+
     GET http://169.254.169.254/2009-04-04/meta-data/
     ami-id
     ami-launch-index
@@ -34,19 +34,20 @@ Metadata is accessible via the following URL:
 Userdata is accessible via the following URL:
 
 ::
-    
+
     GET http://169.254.169.254/2009-04-04/user-data
     1234,fred,reboot,true | 4512,jimbo, | 173,,,
 
 Note that there are multiple versions of this data provided, cloud-init
 by default uses **2009-04-04** but newer versions can be supported with
 relative ease (newer versions have more data exposed, while maintaining
-backward compatibility with the previous versions). 
+backward compatibility with the previous versions).
 
-To see which versions are supported from your cloud provider use the following URL:
+To see which versions are supported from your cloud provider use the following
+URL:
 
 ::
-    
+
     GET http://169.254.169.254/
     1.0
     2007-01-19
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/exoscale.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/exoscale.rst
index 27aec9c..9074edc 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/exoscale.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/exoscale.rst
@@ -26,8 +26,8 @@ In the password server case, the following rules apply in order to enable the
 "restore instance password" functionality:
 
  * If a password is returned by the password server, it is then marked "saved"
-   by the cloud-init datasource. Subsequent boots will skip setting the password
-   (the password server will return "saved_password").
+   by the cloud-init datasource. Subsequent boots will skip setting the
+   password (the password server will return "saved_password").
  * When the instance password is reset (via the Exoscale UI), the password
    server will return the non-empty password at next boot, therefore causing
    cloud-init to reset the instance's password.
@@ -38,15 +38,15 @@ Configuration
 Users of this datasource are discouraged from changing the default settings
 unless instructed to by Exoscale support.
 
-The following settings are available and can be set for the datasource in system
-configuration (in `/etc/cloud/cloud.cfg.d/`).
+The following settings are available and can be set for the datasource in
+system configuration (in `/etc/cloud/cloud.cfg.d/`).
 
 The settings available are:
 
  * **metadata_url**: The URL for the metadata service (defaults to
    ``http://169.254.169.254``)
- * **api_version**: The API version path on which to query the instance metadata
-   (defaults to ``1.0``)
+ * **api_version**: The API version path on which to query the instance
+   metadata (defaults to ``1.0``)
  * **password_server_port**: The port (on the metadata server) on which the
    password server listens (defaults to ``8080``).
  * **timeout**: the timeout value provided to urlopen for each individual http
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/nocloud.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/nocloud.rst
index 1c5cf96..bc96f7f 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/nocloud.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/nocloud.rst
@@ -57,24 +57,24 @@ Given a disk ubuntu 12.04 cloud image in 'disk.img', you can create a
 sufficient disk by following the example below.
 
 ::
-    
+
     ## create user-data and meta-data files that will be used
     ## to modify image on first boot
     $ { echo instance-id: iid-local01; echo local-hostname: cloudimg; } > meta-data
-    
+
     $ printf "#cloud-config\npassword: passw0rd\nchpasswd: { expire: False }\nssh_pwauth: True\n" > user-data
-    
+
     ## create a disk to attach with some user-data and meta-data
     $ genisoimage  -output seed.iso -volid cidata -joliet -rock user-data meta-data
-    
+
     ## alternatively, create a vfat filesystem with same files
     ## $ truncate --size 2M seed.img
     ## $ mkfs.vfat -n cidata seed.img
     ## $ mcopy -oi seed.img user-data meta-data ::
-    
+
     ## create a new qcow image to boot, backed by your original image
     $ qemu-img create -f qcow2 -b disk.img boot-disk.img
-    
+
     ## boot the image and login as 'ubuntu' with password 'passw0rd'
     ## note, passw0rd was set as password through the user-data above,
     ## there is no password set on these images.
@@ -88,12 +88,12 @@ to determine if this is "first boot".  So if you are making updates to
 user-data you will also have to change that, or start the disk fresh.
 
 Also, you can inject an ``/etc/network/interfaces`` file by providing the
-content for that file in the ``network-interfaces`` field of metadata.  
+content for that file in the ``network-interfaces`` field of metadata.
 
 Example metadata:
 
 ::
-    
+
     instance-id: iid-abcdefg
     network-interfaces: |
       iface eth0 inet static
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/opennebula.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/opennebula.rst
index 7c0367c..8e7c255 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/opennebula.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/opennebula.rst
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ Datasource configuration
 Datasource accepts following configuration options.
 
 ::
-    
+
     dsmode:
       values: local, net, disabled
       default: net
@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ Tells if this datasource will be processed in 'local' (pre-networking) or
 'net' (post-networking) stage or even completely 'disabled'.
 
 ::
-    
+
     parseuser:
       default: nobody
 
@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ The following criteria are required:
    or have a *filesystem* label of **CONTEXT** or **CDROM**
 2. Must contain file *context.sh* with contextualization variables.
    File is generated by OpenNebula, it has a KEY='VALUE' format and
-   can be easily read by bash 
+   can be easily read by bash
 
 Contextualization variables
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ the OpenNebula documentation. Where multiple similar variables are
 specified, only first found is taken.
 
 ::
-    
+
     DSMODE
 
 Datasource mode configuration override. Values: local, net, disabled.
@@ -75,30 +75,30 @@ Datasource mode configuration override. Values: local, net, disabled.
 Static `network configuration`_.
 
 ::
-    
+
     HOSTNAME
 
 Instance hostname.
 
 ::
-    
+
     PUBLIC_IP
     IP_PUBLIC
     ETH0_IP
 
 If no hostname has been specified, cloud-init will try to create hostname
-from instance's IP address in 'local' dsmode. In 'net' dsmode, cloud-init 
+from instance's IP address in 'local' dsmode. In 'net' dsmode, cloud-init
 tries to resolve one of its IP addresses to get hostname.
 
 ::
-    
+
     SSH_KEY
     SSH_PUBLIC_KEY
 
 One or multiple SSH keys (separated by newlines) can be specified.
 
 ::
-    
+
     USER_DATA
     USERDATA
 
@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ This example cloud-init configuration (*cloud.cfg*) enables
 OpenNebula datasource only in 'net' mode.
 
 ::
-    
+
     disable_ec2_metadata: True
     datasource_list: ['OpenNebula']
     datasource:
@@ -123,17 +123,17 @@ Example VM's context section
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
 ::
-    
+
     CONTEXT=[
       PUBLIC_IP="$NIC[IP]",
-      SSH_KEY="$USER[SSH_KEY] 
-    $USER[SSH_KEY1] 
+      SSH_KEY="$USER[SSH_KEY]
+    $USER[SSH_KEY1]
     $USER[SSH_KEY2] ",
       USER_DATA="#cloud-config
     # see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CloudInit
-    
+
     packages: []
-    
+
     mounts:
     - [vdc,none,swap,sw,0,0]
     runcmd:
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/openstack.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/openstack.rst
index 421da08..8ce2a53 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/openstack.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/openstack.rst
@@ -78,6 +78,7 @@ upgrade packages and install ``htop`` on all instances:
   {"cloud-init": "#cloud-config\npackage_upgrade: True\npackages:\n - htop"}
 
 For more general information about how cloud-init handles vendor data,
-including how it can be disabled by users on instances, see :doc:`/topics/vendordata`.
+including how it can be disabled by users on instances, see
+:doc:`/topics/vendordata`.
 
 .. vi: textwidth=78
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/smartos.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/smartos.rst
index cb9a128..be11dfb 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/smartos.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/datasources/smartos.rst
@@ -15,7 +15,8 @@ second serial console. On Linux, this is /dev/ttyS1. The data is a provided
 via a simple protocol: something queries for the data, the console responds
 responds with the status and if "SUCCESS" returns until a single ".\n".
 
-New versions of the SmartOS tooling will include support for base64 encoded data.
+New versions of the SmartOS tooling will include support for base64 encoded
+data.
 
 Meta-data channels
 ------------------
@@ -27,7 +28,7 @@ channels of SmartOS.
 
   - per the spec, user-data is for consumption by the end-user, not
     provisioning tools
-  - cloud-init entirely ignores this channel other than writting it to disk
+  - cloud-init entirely ignores this channel other than writing it to disk
   - removal of the meta-data key means that /var/db/user-data gets removed
   - a backup of previous meta-data is maintained as
     /var/db/user-data.<timestamp>. <timestamp> is the epoch time when
@@ -42,8 +43,9 @@ channels of SmartOS.
     - <timestamp> is the epoch time when cloud-init ran.
   - when the 'user-script' meta-data key goes missing, the user-script is
     removed from the file system, although a backup is maintained.
-  - if the script is not shebanged (i.e. starts with #!<executable>), then
-    or is not an executable, cloud-init will add a shebang of "#!/bin/bash"
+  - if the script does not start with a shebang (i.e. starts with
+    #!<executable>), then or is not an executable, cloud-init will add a
+    shebang of "#!/bin/bash"
 
 * cloud-init:user-data is treated like on other Clouds.
 
@@ -133,7 +135,7 @@ or not to base64 decode something:
   * base64_all: Except for excluded keys, attempt to base64 decode
     the values. If the value fails to decode properly, it will be
     returned in its text
-  * base64_keys: A comma deliminated list of which keys are base64 encoded.
+  * base64_keys: A comma delimited list of which keys are base64 encoded.
   * b64-<key>:
     for any key, if there exists an entry in the metadata for 'b64-<key>'
     Then 'b64-<key>' is expected to be a plaintext boolean indicating whether
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/debugging.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/debugging.rst
index e13d915..afcf267 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/debugging.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/debugging.rst
@@ -68,18 +68,18 @@ subcommands default to reading /var/log/cloud-init.log.
          00.00100s (modules-final/config-rightscale_userdata)
          ...
 
-* ``analyze boot`` Make subprocess calls to the kernel in order to get relevant 
+* ``analyze boot`` Make subprocess calls to the kernel in order to get relevant
   pre-cloud-init timestamps, such as the kernel start, kernel finish boot, and cloud-init start.
 
 .. code-block:: shell-session
 
-    $ cloud-init analyze boot 
+    $ cloud-init analyze boot
     -- Most Recent Boot Record --
-    	Kernel Started at: 2019-06-13 15:59:55.809385
-    	Kernel ended boot at: 2019-06-13 16:00:00.944740
-    	Kernel time to boot (seconds): 5.135355
-    	Cloud-init start: 2019-06-13 16:00:05.738396
-    	Time between Kernel boot and Cloud-init start (seconds): 4.793656
+        Kernel Started at: 2019-06-13 15:59:55.809385
+        Kernel ended boot at: 2019-06-13 16:00:00.944740
+        Kernel time to boot (seconds): 5.135355
+        Cloud-init start: 2019-06-13 16:00:05.738396
+        Time between Kernel boot and Cloud-init start (seconds): 4.793656
 
 
 Analyze quickstart - LXC
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/dir_layout.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/dir_layout.rst
index 7a6265e..ebd63ae 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/dir_layout.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/dir_layout.rst
@@ -2,11 +2,12 @@
 Directory layout
 ****************
 
-Cloudinits's directory structure is somewhat different from a regular application::
+Cloud-init's directory structure is somewhat different from a regular
+application::
 
   /var/lib/cloud/
       - data/
-         - instance-id  
+         - instance-id
          - previous-instance-id
          - datasource
          - previous-datasource
@@ -35,38 +36,41 @@ Cloudinits's directory structure is somewhat different from a regular applicatio
 
   The main directory containing the cloud-init specific subdirectories.
   It is typically located at ``/var/lib`` but there are certain configuration
-  scenarios where this can be altered. 
+  scenarios where this can be altered.
 
   TBD, describe this overriding more.
 
 ``data/``
 
-  Contains information related to instance ids, datasources and hostnames of the previous
-  and current instance if they are different. These can be examined as needed to
-  determine any information related to a previous boot (if applicable).
+  Contains information related to instance ids, datasources and hostnames of
+  the previous and current instance if they are different. These can be
+  examined as needed to determine any information related to a previous boot
+  (if applicable).
 
 ``handlers/``
 
-  Custom ``part-handlers`` code is written out here. Files that end up here are written
-  out with in the scheme of ``part-handler-XYZ`` where ``XYZ`` is the handler number (the
-  first handler found starts at 0).
+  Custom ``part-handlers`` code is written out here. Files that end up here are
+  written out with in the scheme of ``part-handler-XYZ`` where ``XYZ`` is the
+  handler number (the first handler found starts at 0).
 
 
 ``instance``
 
-  A symlink to the current ``instances/`` subdirectory that points to the currently
-  active instance (which is active is dependent on the datasource loaded).
+  A symlink to the current ``instances/`` subdirectory that points to the
+  currently active instance (which is active is dependent on the datasource
+  loaded).
 
 ``instances/``
 
-  All instances that were created using this image end up with instance identifier
-  subdirectories (and corresponding data for each instance). The currently active
-  instance will be symlinked the ``instance`` symlink file defined previously.
+  All instances that were created using this image end up with instance
+  identifier subdirectories (and corresponding data for each instance). The
+  currently active instance will be symlinked the ``instance`` symlink file
+  defined previously.
 
 ``scripts/``
 
-  Scripts that are downloaded/created by the corresponding ``part-handler`` will end up
-  in one of these subdirectories.
+  Scripts that are downloaded/created by the corresponding ``part-handler``
+  will end up in one of these subdirectories.
 
 ``seed/``
 
@@ -77,6 +81,7 @@ Cloudinits's directory structure is somewhat different from a regular applicatio
   Cloud-init has a concept of a module semaphore, which basically consists
   of the module name and its frequency. These files are used to ensure a module
   is only ran `per-once`, `per-instance`, `per-always`. This folder contains
-  semaphore `files` which are only supposed to run `per-once` (not tied to the instance id).
+  semaphore `files` which are only supposed to run `per-once` (not tied to the
+  instance id).
 
 .. vi: textwidth=78
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/examples.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/examples.rst
index c30d226..62b8ee4 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/examples.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/examples.rst
@@ -134,7 +134,7 @@ Configure instances ssh-keys
 .. literalinclude:: ../../examples/cloud-config-ssh-keys.txt
    :language: yaml
    :linenos:
-   
+
 Additional apt configuration
 ============================
 
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/format.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/format.rst
index 74d1fee..7605040 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/format.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/format.rst
@@ -4,22 +4,24 @@
 User-Data Formats
 *****************
 
-User data that will be acted upon by cloud-init must be in one of the following types.
+User data that will be acted upon by cloud-init must be in one of the following
+types.
 
 Gzip Compressed Content
 =======================
 
 Content found to be gzip compressed will be uncompressed.
-The uncompressed data will then be used as if it were not compressed. 
+The uncompressed data will then be used as if it were not compressed.
 This is typically useful because user-data is limited to ~16384 [#]_ bytes.
 
 Mime Multi Part Archive
 =======================
 
-This list of rules is applied to each part of this multi-part file. 
+This list of rules is applied to each part of this multi-part file.
 Using a mime-multi part file, the user can specify more than one type of data.
 
-For example, both a user data script and a cloud-config type could be specified.
+For example, both a user data script and a cloud-config type could be
+specified.
 
 Supported content-types:
 
@@ -66,7 +68,8 @@ User-Data Script
 
 Typically used by those who just want to execute a shell script.
 
-Begins with: ``#!`` or ``Content-Type: text/x-shellscript`` when using a MIME archive.
+Begins with: ``#!`` or ``Content-Type: text/x-shellscript`` when using a MIME
+archive.
 
 .. note::
    New in cloud-init v. 18.4: User-data scripts can also render cloud instance
@@ -83,25 +86,27 @@ Example
   #!/bin/sh
   echo "Hello World.  The time is now $(date -R)!" | tee /root/output.txt
 
-  $ euca-run-instances --key mykey --user-data-file myscript.sh ami-a07d95c9 
+  $ euca-run-instances --key mykey --user-data-file myscript.sh ami-a07d95c9
 
 Include File
 ============
 
 This content is a ``include`` file.
 
-The file contains a list of urls, one per line.
-Each of the URLs will be read, and their content will be passed through this same set of rules.
-Ie, the content read from the URL can be gzipped, mime-multi-part, or plain text.
-If an error occurs reading a file the remaining files will not be read.
+The file contains a list of urls, one per line. Each of the URLs will be read,
+and their content will be passed through this same set of rules. Ie, the
+content read from the URL can be gzipped, mime-multi-part, or plain text. If
+an error occurs reading a file the remaining files will not be read.
 
-Begins with: ``#include`` or ``Content-Type: text/x-include-url``  when using a MIME archive.
+Begins with: ``#include`` or ``Content-Type: text/x-include-url``  when using
+a MIME archive.
 
 Cloud Config Data
 =================
 
-Cloud-config is the simplest way to accomplish some things
-via user-data. Using cloud-config syntax, the user can specify certain things in a human friendly format. 
+Cloud-config is the simplest way to accomplish some things via user-data. Using
+cloud-config syntax, the user can specify certain things in a human friendly
+format.
 
 These things include:
 
@@ -114,9 +119,11 @@ These things include:
 .. note::
    This file must be valid yaml syntax.
 
-See the :ref:`yaml_examples` section for a commented set of examples of supported cloud config formats.
+See the :ref:`yaml_examples` section for a commented set of examples of
+supported cloud config formats.
 
-Begins with: ``#cloud-config`` or ``Content-Type: text/cloud-config`` when using a MIME archive.
+Begins with: ``#cloud-config`` or ``Content-Type: text/cloud-config`` when
+using a MIME archive.
 
 .. note::
    New in cloud-init v. 18.4: Cloud config dta can also render cloud instance
@@ -126,25 +133,41 @@ Begins with: ``#cloud-config`` or ``Content-Type: text/cloud-config`` when using
 Upstart Job
 ===========
 
-Content is placed into a file in ``/etc/init``, and will be consumed by upstart as any other upstart job.
+Content is placed into a file in ``/etc/init``, and will be consumed by upstart
+as any other upstart job.
 
-Begins with: ``#upstart-job`` or ``Content-Type: text/upstart-job`` when using a MIME archive.
+Begins with: ``#upstart-job`` or ``Content-Type: text/upstart-job`` when using
+a MIME archive.
 
 Cloud Boothook
 ==============
 
-This content is ``boothook`` data. It is stored in a file under ``/var/lib/cloud`` and then executed immediately.
-This is the earliest ``hook`` available. Note, that there is no mechanism provided for running only once. The boothook must take care of this itself.
-It is provided with the instance id in the environment variable ``INSTANCE_ID``. This could be made use of to provide a 'once-per-instance' type of functionality.
+This content is ``boothook`` data. It is stored in a file under
+``/var/lib/cloud`` and then executed immediately. This is the earliest ``hook``
+available. Note, that there is no mechanism provided for running only once. The
+boothook must take care of this itself.
 
-Begins with: ``#cloud-boothook`` or ``Content-Type: text/cloud-boothook`` when using a MIME archive.
+It is provided with the instance id in the environment variable
+``INSTANCE_ID``. This could be made use of to provide a 'once-per-instance'
+type of functionality.
+
+Begins with: ``#cloud-boothook`` or ``Content-Type: text/cloud-boothook`` when
+using a MIME archive.
 
 Part Handler
 ============
 
-This is a ``part-handler``: It contains custom code for either supporting new mime-types in multi-part user data, or overriding the existing handlers for supported mime-types.  It will be written to a file in ``/var/lib/cloud/data`` based on its filename (which is generated).
-This must be python code that contains a ``list_types`` function and a ``handle_part`` function. 
-Once the section is read the ``list_types`` method will be called. It must return a list of mime-types that this part-handler handles.  Because mime parts are processed in order, a ``part-handler`` part must precede any parts with mime-types it is expected to handle in the same user data.
+This is a ``part-handler``: It contains custom code for either supporting new
+mime-types in multi-part user data, or overriding the existing handlers for
+supported mime-types.  It will be written to a file in ``/var/lib/cloud/data``
+based on its filename (which is generated).
+
+This must be python code that contains a ``list_types`` function and a
+``handle_part`` function. Once the section is read the ``list_types`` method
+will be called. It must return a list of mime-types that this part-handler
+handles.  Because mime parts are processed in order, a ``part-handler`` part
+must precede any parts with mime-types it is expected to handle in the same
+user data.
 
 The ``handle_part`` function must be defined like:
 
@@ -156,11 +179,13 @@ The ``handle_part`` function must be defined like:
       # filename = the filename of the part (or a generated filename if none is present in mime data)
       # payload = the parts' content
 
-Cloud-init will then call the ``handle_part`` function once before it handles any parts, once per part received, and once after all parts have been handled.
-The ``'__begin__'`` and ``'__end__'`` sentinels allow the part handler to do initialization or teardown before or after
-receiving any parts.
+Cloud-init will then call the ``handle_part`` function once before it handles
+any parts, once per part received, and once after all parts have been handled.
+The ``'__begin__'`` and ``'__end__'`` sentinels allow the part handler to do
+initialization or teardown before or after receiving any parts.
 
-Begins with: ``#part-handler`` or ``Content-Type: text/part-handler`` when using a MIME archive.
+Begins with: ``#part-handler`` or ``Content-Type: text/part-handler`` when
+using a MIME archive.
 
 Example
 -------
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/merging.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/merging.rst
index 5f7ca18..2b5e5da 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/merging.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/merging.rst
@@ -68,8 +68,10 @@ Cloud-init provides merging for the following built-in types:
 The ``Dict`` merger has the following options which control what is done with
 values contained within the config.
 
-- ``allow_delete``: Existing values not present in the new value can be deleted, defaults to False
-- ``no_replace``: Do not replace an existing value if one is already present, enabled by default.
+- ``allow_delete``: Existing values not present in the new value can be
+  deleted, defaults to False
+- ``no_replace``: Do not replace an existing value if one is already present,
+  enabled by default.
 - ``replace``: Overwrite existing values with new ones.
 
 The ``List`` merger has the following options which control what is done with
@@ -77,7 +79,8 @@ the values contained within the config.
 
 - ``append``:  Add new value to the end of the list, defaults to False.
 - ``prepend``:  Add new values to the start of the list, defaults to False.
-- ``no_replace``: Do not replace an existing value if one is already present, enabled by default.
+- ``no_replace``: Do not replace an existing value if one is already present,
+  enabled by default.
 - ``replace``: Overwrite existing values with new ones.
 
 The ``Str`` merger has the following options which control what is done with
@@ -88,10 +91,13 @@ the values contained within the config.
 Common options for all merge types which control how recursive merging is
 done on other types.
 
-- ``recurse_dict``: If True merge the new values of the dictionary, defaults to True.
-- ``recurse_list``: If True merge the new values of the list, defaults to False.
+- ``recurse_dict``: If True merge the new values of the dictionary, defaults to
+  True.
+- ``recurse_list``: If True merge the new values of the list, defaults to
+  False.
 - ``recurse_array``: Alias for ``recurse_list``.
-- ``recurse_str``: If True merge the new values of the string, defaults to False.
+- ``recurse_str``: If True merge the new values of the string, defaults to
+  False.
 
 
 Customizability
diff --git a/doc/rtd/topics/network-config-format-v2.rst b/doc/rtd/topics/network-config-format-v2.rst
index 50f5fa6..7f85755 100644
--- a/doc/rtd/topics/network-config-format-v2.rst
+++ b/doc/rtd/topics/network-config-format-v2.rst
@@ -54,11 +54,11 @@ Physical devices
 
 :   (Examples: ethernet, wifi) These can dynamically come and go between
     reboots and even during runtime (hotplugging). In the generic case, they
-    can be selected by ``match:`` rules on desired properties, such as name/name
-    pattern, MAC address, driver, or device paths. In general these will match
-    any number of devices (unless they refer to properties which are unique
-    such as the full path or MAC address), so without further knowledge about
-    the hardware these will always be considered as a group.
+    can be selected by ``match:`` rules on desired properties, such as
+    name/name pattern, MAC address, driver, or device paths. In general these
+    will match any number of devices (unless they refer to properties which are
+    unique such as the full path or MAC address), so without further knowledge
+    about the hardware these will always be considered as a group.
 
     It is valid to specify no match rules at all, in which case the ID field is
     simply the interface name to be matched. This is mostly useful if you want
@@ -228,8 +228,8 @@ Example: ::
 
 **parameters**: *<(mapping)>*
 
-Customization parameters for special bonding options.  Time values are specified
-in seconds unless otherwise specified.
+Customization parameters for special bonding options.  Time values are
+specified in seconds unless otherwise specified.
 
 **mode**: *<(scalar)>*
 
@@ -367,8 +367,8 @@ Example: ::
 
 **parameters**: <*(mapping)>*
 
-Customization parameters for special bridging options.  Time values are specified
-in seconds unless otherwise specified.
+Customization parameters for special bridging options.  Time values are
+specified in seconds unless otherwise specified.
 
 **ageing-time**: <*(scalar)>*
 
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