What is devNum[0] in ACL accounting results?

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When we enable accounting on ACL and look at the result, it have 3 sections with differents devNum[0] or devNum[1] or devNum[3].  What is devNum ??
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These are the  ASIC internal device number.
Based on the architecture it will have a number of ports on them.
For example:

ICX7250-48 Router#dm pp-port-map device 0
Device 0, total 62 ports
Device Local Port => External Port mapping
S: Stack Port
1  =1/1/1  ,   2  =1/1/2  ,   3  =1/1/3  ,   4  =1/1/4  ,
5  =1/1/5  ,   6  =1/1/6  ,   7  =1/1/7  ,   8  =1/1/8  ,   9  =1/1/9  ,
10 =1/1/10 ,   11 =1/1/11 ,   12 =1/1/12 ,   13 =1/1/13 ,   14 =1/1/14 ,
15 =1/1/15 ,   16 =1/1/16 ,   17 =1/1/17 ,   18 =1/1/18 ,   19 =1/1/19 ,
20 =1/1/20 ,   21 =1/1/21 ,   22 =1/1/22 ,   23 =1/1/23 ,   24 =1/1/24 ,
25 =1/1/25 ,   26 =1/1/26 ,   27 =1/1/27 ,   28 =1/1/28 ,   29 =1/1/29 ,
30 =1/1/30 ,   31 =1/1/31 ,   32 =1/1/32 ,   33 =1/1/33 ,   34 =1/1/34 ,
35 =1/1/35 ,   36 =1/1/36 ,   37 =1/1/37 ,   38 =1/1/38 ,   39 =1/1/39 ,
40 =1/1/40 ,   41 =1/1/41 ,   42 =1/1/42 ,   43 =1/1/43 ,   44 =1/1/44 ,
45 =1/1/45 ,   46 =1/1/46 ,   47 =1/1/47 ,   48 =1/1/48 ,   49 =INVALID,
50 =1/2/1  ,   51 =1/2/2  ,   52 =1/2/3  ,   53 =1/2/4  ,   54 =1/2/5  ,
55 =1/2/6  ,   56 =1/2/7  ,   57 =1/2/8 

You can use the command to find which ports are part of each ASIC with command:
dm pp-port-map device <Device ID>