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PRs for tag 'irq'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for tag 'irq' as of 5-30-2014. GNATS has no finer-grained categorization than 'kern', 'bin', 'ports', and so forth. To augment this, the bugmeisters have adopted the convention of adding '[<tagname>]' to the Synopsis field. Consider this a prototype of a better search function.

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PRs for tag 'irq':
o2010/09/15arm/150581arm[irq] Unknown error generates IRQ address decoding error
o2009/12/24i386/141942mav[irq] interrupt storm (VIA 6421A atapci controller)
o2009/11/17i386/140645i386[irq] High INTERRUPT rate on CPU 0
o2008/01/15kern/119696[irq] [ral] ral device causes massive interrupt storm sometimes
o2008/01/10kern/119513wireless[ath] [irq] inserting dlink dwl-g630 wireless card results in interrupt storm [regression]
o2007/10/28usb/117613usb[uhci] [irq] uhci interrupt storm & USB leaked memory on destroy
o2004/12/06kern/74786[irq] [patch] Smartlink Modem causes interrupt storm on RELENG_4 and RELENG_5
7 problems total.

Bugs can be in one of several states:

o - open
A problem report has been submitted, no sanity checking performed.
a - analyzed
The problem is understood and a solution is being sought.
f - feedback
Further work requires additional information from the originator or the community - possibly confirmation of the effectiveness of a proposed solution.
p - patched
A patch has been committed, but some issues (MFC and / or confirmation from originator) are still open.
r - repocopy
The resolution of the problem report is dependent on a repocopy operation within the CVS repository which is awaiting completion.
s - suspended
The problem is not being worked on, due to lack of information or resources. This is a prime candidate for somebody who is looking for a project to do. If the problem cannot be solved at all, it will be closed, rather than suspended.
c - closed
A problem report is closed when any changes have been integrated, documented, and tested -- or when fixing the problem is abandoned.