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PRs for manpage 'atacontrol(8)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'atacontrol(8)' as of Fri May 30 07:36:09 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'atacontrol(8)':
o2012/04/02bin/166589atacontrol(8) incorrectly treats RAID10 and 0+1 the same
o2008/11/07bin/128654atacontrol(8) does not preserve rebuild status through reboot
s2008/10/07bin/127918[ata] [request] [patch] ATA Security support for atacontrol(8)
s2007/09/12bin/116302[ataraid] atacontrol(8) reports wrong stripe for intel raid0
s2007/05/01kern/112282[ata] atacontrol(8): changing DMA modes when disk is reading/writing crashes
s2007/03/30bin/111024[request] [patch] [ata] atacontrol(8): support for stand-by timer and un-protect area
s2005/05/31bin/81692[patch] [ata] atacontrol(8) support for disk APM and acoustic management
7 problems total.


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