[Intel-gfx] v4.20-rc1: list_del corruption on thinkpad x220

Pavel Machek pavel at ucw.cz
Sat Nov 24 15:23:52 UTC 2018


> > > There's one similar for nouveau in Bugzilla, but it seems like a genuine
> > > memory corruption (1 bit flipped):
> > > 
> > > https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=84880
> > > 
> > > Any extra information would be of use :)
> > > 
> > > Regards, Joonas
> > > 
> > > PS. Could you open a bug to Bugzilla, it'll help to collect the
> > > information in one consolidated place:
> > > 
> > > https://01.org/linuxgraphics/documentation/how-report-bugs
> > 
> > I prefer email... certainly for bugs that can't be reproduced.
> By adding it to the Bugzilla it may be recognized by somebody else
> who is experiencing a similar issue. Internet points are not deducted
> for submitting bugs in good faith, even if they get closed as

Feel free to copy from email to bugzilla :-).

> It sounds like you've hit the same signature twice, so it may very well
> be reproducible. Does flightgear have some demo mode where you could
> leave it running a heavy scene overnight?

I'm not sure if it was same signature twice. I had two lockups, but
IIRC only investigated one.

Not really a demo mode. I can put plane on autopilot, but eventually
gas runs out. (And I guess window needs to be visible for test to be
effective.) I tried today, but it did not crash.

Do you have something else I could run to do the testing?

> Were you running 4.19 kernel previously, distro one or vanilla? A full
> dmesg from a boot would be appreciated (from kernel where you didn't
> experience issues, and from one where you do).

Recent kernels I'm running are self-compiled.

> We actually have a well defined process and personnel to look into the
> Bugzilla entries, so it'd still be helpful to have this logged to
> Bugzilla.

If I can reproduce it, it makes sense to create bugzilla entry.

Best regards,
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