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|Resolution|Meaning

|CANTFIX|Used by maintainers to indicate a bug that cannot be fixed.
|CURRENTRELEASE|Indicates a bug reported in xref:releases::branched.adoc[Branched] prior to release and the fix is fixed for the final release.
|DEFERRED|(Generally unused in Fedora. Used for Red Hat Enterprise Linux workflows.)
|DUPLICATE|Indicates a bug is a duplicate of another.
|EOL|Indicates a bug that was filed against a version that has reached xref:releases::lifecycle.adoc#_end_of_life_eol[End of Life].
|ERRATA|Indicates a bug is fixed in a stable release.
|FAILS_QA|(Generally unused in Fedora. Used for Red Hat Enterprise Linux workflows.)
|INSUFFICIENT_DATA|Indicates that the bug reporter is unwilling or unable to provide sufficient information to diagnose or fix the bug.
|NEXTRELEASE|Used by maintainers to indicate a bug that will only be fixed for later releases, not on the release reported.
|NOTABUG|Indicates that the report is not a bug (e.g. is a hardware failure or a support question).
|RAWHIDE|Indicates a bug is fixed in a xref:releases::rawhide.adoc[Rawhide] update.
|RELEASE_PENDING|(Generally unused in Fedora. Used for Red Hat Enterprise Linux workflows.)
|UPSTREAM|Used by maintainers to indicate that a bug is expected to be fixed upstream and naturally rolled into Fedora Linux in a subsequent update.
|WONTFIX|Used by maintainers to indicate a bug that will not be fixed.
|WORKSFORME|Used by maintainers to indicate a bug that cannot be reproduced.
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