i915_driver_irq_handler: irq 42: nobody cared [generic IRQ handling broken?]
jslaby at suse.cz
Fri Apr 6 14:31:43 PDT 2012
On 03/30/2012 02:24 PM, Chris Wilson wrote:
> On Fri, 30 Mar 2012 14:11:47 +0200, Jiri Slaby <jslaby at suse.cz> wrote:
>> On 03/30/2012 12:45 PM, Chris Wilson wrote:
>>> On Fri, 30 Mar 2012 11:59:28 +0200, Jiri Slaby <jslaby at suse.cz> wrote:
>>>> I don't know what to dump more, because iir is obviously zero too. What
>>>> other sources of interrupts are on the (G33) chip?
>>> IIR is the master interrupt, with chained secondary interrupt statuses.
>>> If IIR is 0, the interrupt wasn't raised by the GPU.
>> This does not make sense, the handler does something different. Even if
>> IIR is 0, it still takes a look at pipe stats.
> That was introduced in 05eff845a28499762075d3a72e238a31f4d2407c to close
> a race where the pipestat triggered an interrupt after we processed the
> secondary registers and before reseting the primary.
> But the basic premise that we should only enter the interrupt handler
> with IIR!=0 holds (presuming non-shared interrupt lines such as MSI).
Ok, this behavior is definitely new. I get several "nobody cared" about
this interrupt a week. This never used to happen. And something weird
emerges in /proc/interrupts when this happens:
42: 1003292 1212890 PCI-MSI-edge �s����:0000:00:02.0
42: 1006715 1218472 PCI-MSI-edge i915 at pci:0000:00:02.0
It very looks like the generic IRQ handling code is broken. Like it
frees/corrupts irq_desc and then as well calls random handlers.
Suspend/resume cycle helps in this case and "i915 at pci:0000:00:02.0" is
back in /proc/interrupts as can be seen above.
Running 3.3.0-next-20120326_64+ now.
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