[Intel-gfx] Xorg crashes with fresh 2.6.29
david at lesamiel.fr
Thu Mar 26 00:08:33 PDT 2009
Le Jeu 26 mars 2009 01:28, yakui_zhao a écrit :
> On Thu, 2009-03-26 at 03:57 +0800, David Amiel wrote:
>> Le Mer 25 mars 2009 20:03, Martin Olsson a écrit :
>> > What chipsets do you guys have? Attach output of "lspci -nn | grep
>> I've got a G45
>> > And when the crash happens, is anything printed into "dmesg" or
>> xorg.log ?
>> - a kernel oops is generated dmesg error part :
>> - no error in Xorg.log, here it's for info if needed :
>>From the dmesg log it seems that there exists the following complain:
>>BUG: unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at (null)
> <1>[ 17.032744] IP: [<(null)>] (null)
> <4>[ 17.032749] *pde = 00000000
> <0>[ 17.032754] Oops: 0000 [#1] PREEMPT SMP
>><0>[ 17.032760] last sysfs file: /sys/class/drm/version
> Is the crash related with the above issue? I am not sure.
> Will you please double check whether there is no crash on the 2.6.29-rc8
> If no crash, will you please use git-bisect to identify the bad commit
> which causes the crash?(Kernel bisect)
the problem has appeared at the end of January. Since then we (linux
distro geexbox mainteners) have tried all intel drivers (2.6.X ), kernel
(2.6.29[rcX]) with no luck.
At the beginning we thought that it was a distro related problem, but we
receive failing report only for intel cards, all other xorg drivers seem
to work fine.
for the record we're up to date for all related stuff : mesa 7.3, libdrm
2.4.5, xorg 1.6.0
to answer you the dmesg log with a 2.6.29-rc8 kernel :
http://pastebin.com/ma99fb07 (it's basically the same as what we have with
as the stack trace speaks of gem we think that it could be related to gem
integration in the kernel, but it's just a guess
>> > In some cases it might also be useful to capture a stacktrace from the
>> > X server (even though its quite common that the chip is just hung and
>> > the server is just waiting for some ioctl() that will never return).
>> > Martin
>> > Claudio M. Camacho wrote:
>> >> I just saw an update to libmesa and libdrm in Debian and I tried
>> >> with no luck. The new packages are mesa-7.4-rc1 and libdrm2-2.4.5.
>> >> Still Xorg crashes at the point where KDM is started. So I guess I am
>> >> stuck to the 2.6.29-rc8 for now.
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