[Intel-gfx] Request for testing
jbarnes at virtuousgeek.org
Fri Sep 18 08:29:22 PDT 2009
On Fri, 18 Sep 2009 11:15:50 +0200
Alexey Fisher <bug-track at fisher-privat.net> wrote:
> Jesse Barnes schrieb:
> > Eric asked me to track drm-intel patches while he was out this
> > week, so I just dumped a bunch in the drm-intel-next branch of my
> > drm-intel tree at kernel.org
> > git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/jbarnes/drm-intel.git
> > It includes several patchset that have been baking awhile:
> > - reset support for 965 (from Ben and myself)
> > - memory shrinker/madvise support (from Chris)
> > - Ironlake fixes (from Zhenyu)
> > - misc bug fixes (mostly me fixing my own bugs)
> > So please pull it down and hammer on it. Hopefully the merge window
> > will still be open next week so we can get this set into 2.6.32.
> > Thanks,
> With this kommit my PC (Intel DG45ID) freez on boot. I can't get any
> error messages.
> Reverting it make the system work.
> commit 8082400327d8d2ca54254b593644942bed0edd25
> Author: Jesse Barnes <jbarnes at virtuousgeek.org>
> Date: Thu Sep 10 15:28:06 2009 -0700
> drm/i915: framebuffer compression for pre-GM45
> This patch adds framebuffer compression (good for about ~0.5W
> power savings in the best case) support for pre-GM45 chips. GM45+
> have a new,
> more flexible FBC scheme that will be added in a separate patch.
> FBC can't always be enabled: the compressed buffer must be
> physically contiguous and reside in stolen space. So if you have a
> large display and a small amount of stolen memory, you may not be
> able to take advantage of FBC. In some cases, a BIOS setting
> controls how much stolen space is available. Increasing this to 8 or
> 16M can help.
> Signed-off-by: Jesse Barnes <jbarnes at virtuousgeek.org>
> Signed-off-by: Eric Anholt <eric at anholt.net>
Hm, I thought I fixed that hang with
Author: Jesse Barnes <jbarnes at virtuousgeek.org>
Date: Wed Sep 16 15:05:00 2009 -0700
drm/i915: fix startup hang on some non-mobile platforms
Can you confirm you had that in your tree?
Jesse Barnes, Intel Open Source Technology Center
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