kamikaze at bsdforen.de
Sat Apr 4 10:31:54 UTC 2009
Robert Noland wrote:
> On Fri, 2009-04-03 at 11:43 +0200, Dominic Fandrey wrote:
>> Alexander Motin wrote:
>>> Dominic Fandrey wrote:
>>>> I can rule out drm0 as the cause, because uhci0 is the only common
>>>> presence in all occurrences of this problem.
>>> You have other examples? If you mean "irq16: hdac0 uhci+" string, then
>>> "+" there means "and some other devices", which in this case is probably
>>> There were some drm related commits last time and there are also some
>>> IRQ related problems were reported/patched in CURRENT recently. So I
>>> would not ignore this possibility without additional testing.
>> Is there anything I can do, apart from turning off drm? This is really
>> annoying (well, it eats a whole core while I'm compiling and it keeps
>> the fans going, when the machine should be idle).
>> Is there somehow I can generate useful information? Someone to send a
>> kernel dump to?
> Use a radeon? ;(
Nay, I use an Intel GM965.
> I've been working on the Intel vblank / irq issues. Every time I commit
> something thinking that I have it resolved, it isn't. So I'm waiting on
> hardware to arrive that will let me test this all more thoroughly. I do
> have a patch that I think fixes most of the issues on Intel, but the ddx
> driver is still doing some silly things that cause issues in some cases.
> I *think* the only outstanding issue I have with Intel is if something
> is rendering (synced to vblank or not) when the display goes into dpms
> sleep, there isn't anything to block that app, so it renders as hard as
> it can even though it isn't being displayed. In reality, this probably
> isn't a huge issue, but running gears while the display is asleep keeps
> the cpu at 100%, which isn't ideal. Normal apps that aren't trying to
> draw as fast as they can, shouldn't cause an issue.
> The other issue with my current patches is that I had to change around a
> fair amount of infrastructure code to try and fix Intel's brain damage,
> so I have to finish fixing the rest of the drivers so they don't break.
> I have Intel and radeon fixed, I just have to hit the more obscure
So it appears all I've got to do is wait. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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