>      Going off on a slight tangent, I wrote a perl script months ago
> that parsed the output of dmesg, and tried to determine which IRQs were
> used, and for what.  One of the side-effects of this script is that it
> also tried to identify unknown PCI devices (but *only* if an IRQ is
> used), using an (old) hard-coded table originally obtained from:
>       http://www.yourvote.com/pci/pcidev.csv
> You can get the script from:
>       ftp://ftp.sonic.net/pub/users/darrylo/freebsd/scanirq.gz
> It's written for 4.X, but might work for -current (you'll have to
> disable the checks for 4.X, at the very least).  You use it like this:
>       dmesg | scanirq

It's completely obsoleted by devinfo and pciconf's '-v' flag.

Sorry. 8)

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