Bug 13296

Summary: counters should be initialized at load time
Product: DRI Reporter: Robert Noland <rnoland>
Component: DRM/otherAssignee: Default DRI bug account <dri-devel>
Status: RESOLVED INVALID QA Contact:
Severity: normal    
Priority: medium    
Version: DRI git   
Hardware: All   
OS: FreeBSD   
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i915 platform: i915 features:
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Description Robert Noland 2007-11-18 20:54:14 UTC
Currently the i915 attempts to add additional counters at load time.  FreeBSD doesn't initialize the counters until drm_firstopen, which resets the count.  It also seems reasonable that the counters should track events over the lifetime of the module...
Comment 1 Robert Noland 2007-11-18 20:55:54 UTC
Created attachment 12621 [details] [review]
Init counters at load time
Comment 2 Eric Anholt 2007-11-18 22:38:34 UTC
Since most of the module gets reset between lastclose and firstopen, it makes sense to me that the counters would as well.  Setting up the list of counters at load time would make sense though.
Comment 3 Robert Noland 2007-11-21 20:48:13 UTC
What is actually occurring and what the patch fixes is that when i915_driver_load is called, it adds additional counters ( += 4 ).  I'm not certain that counters has ever been initialized at this point.  When firstopen is called, counters is initialized to 6.  We either need to move the counter initialization to load time, which this patch does or move i915s additions to counters into i915_driver_firstopen.  The latter seems to be moving in the wrong direction when considering modesetting...
Comment 4 Martin Peres 2019-10-14 13:20:03 UTC
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