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Shows the number of different IRQs received by the kernel. High disk or network traffic can cause a high number of interrupts (with good hardware and drivers this will be less so). Sudden high interrupt activity with no associated higher system activity is not normal.

Field Internal name Type Warn Crit Info
2 orion_event i2 derive     Interrupt 2, for device(s): 2 orion_event
3 OTB Button i7 derive     Interrupt 7, for device(s): 3 OTB Button
19 ehci_hcd:usb1 i23 derive     Interrupt 23, for device(s): 19 ehci_hcd:usb1
22 f1030000.crypto i24 derive     Interrupt 24, for device(s): 22 f1030000.crypto
5 f1060800.xor i26 derive     Interrupt 26, for device(s): 5 f1060800.xor
6 f1060800.xor i27 derive     Interrupt 27, for device(s): 6 f1060800.xor
7 f1060900.xor i28 derive     Interrupt 28, for device(s): 7 f1060900.xor
29 mv64xxx_i2c i29 derive     Interrupt 29, for device(s): 29 mv64xxx_i2c
8 f1060900.xor i30 derive     Interrupt 30, for device(s): 8 f1060900.xor
11 eth0 i31 derive     Interrupt 31, for device(s): 11 eth0
33 serial i33 derive     Interrupt 33, for device(s): 33 serial
12 Reset i51 derive     Interrupt 51, for device(s): 12 Reset
46 f1072004.mdio-bus i74 derive     Interrupt 74, for device(s): 46 f1072004.mdio-bus
53 f1010300.rtc i75 derive     Interrupt 75, for device(s): 53 f1010300.rtc
Err iErr derive