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PRs for manpage 'gpart(8)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'gpart(8)' as of Sat Apr 19 07:37:16 2014 UTC. See notes.


PRs for manpage 'gpart(8)':
SSubmittedTrackerResp.Description
o2014/04/03bin/188213gpart(8): gpart device designator handling is inconsistant
o2014/02/23bin/186977gpart(8): HD default-formatted by BSD-installer does not boot on Intel Atom D510MO
o2013/07/26bin/180861gpart(8): gpart backup/restore doesn't restore labels
o2013/05/16kern/178684geomgpart(8) cannot get my GEOM tree
o2013/02/07bin/175943bdrewery[PATCH] Add trim capability to gpart(8)
o2013/01/08docs/175123doc[geom] gpart list/status isn't documented in usage section of gpart(8)
o2012/06/29bin/169542gpart(8): partition alignment doesn't works on MBR
o2011/10/15bin/161677geomgpart(8) Probably bug in gptboot
o2011/06/09kern/157724geom[geom] gpart(8) 'add' command must preserve gap for schemes
o2011/06/08docs/157698doc[patch] gpart(8) man page contains old/incorrect size for /boot/gptboot
o2010/08/02bin/149215geom[panic] [geom_part] gpart(8): Delete linux's slice via Gpart - get kernel panic
s2010/01/13bin/142786[request] [geom_part] gpart(8) should recognize NAND media and suggest partition alignment
o2005/09/21bin/86388geom[geom] [geom_part] periodic(8) daily should backup gpart(8) partition labels
13 problems total.


Notes

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