The i965 on the Chromebook Pixel (2013) freezes periodically but very unpredictably which has always made it hard to track down. However now I've found that the Zoom videoconferencing application will reliably trigger a crash. And moreover I've tested it with a second Chromebook Pixel so it's not just a broken hardware either.
Even better it actually generated a gpu crash message this time. Attached.
This is the X drivers from Debian 9.0 and the Kernel modules from 4.9.0-2.
I will enable debugging (again, I had it on on the previous laptop but didn't move that setting to the new one :( and update when I get logs, but in the past I have to say there was nothing interesting in them around the time of the freezes).
Created attachment 133844 [details]
Created attachment 133845 [details]
Dmesg (w/o debugging enabled)
Hi, we had similar issues
for the same application. Could you please re-check your bug with all system updates (mesa, kernel), if it is possible?
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