Created attachment 138225 [details]
Nouveau crashes from time to time, it happens when I open some jpg-files, tiff-files, when I maximize windows, when I am developing in Android Studio, ... It happens randomly, but a few times a day. I can login with ssh through my phone (because my desktop is not responding to anything, I can only move the mouse cursor around), and then force a reboot (which I don't like, because of running virtual machines and unsaved work)
I've tried the patched kernel from openSUSE, but it still crashes.
My system is an up to date openSUSE Tumbleweed x86_64
Attached is my last boot log from "journalctl -k -b -1"
Can you see if this patch helps?
The tested kernel already contains the mentioned fix.
This bug was created newly just because it asked so there.
(In reply to Takashi Iwai from comment #2)
> This bug was created newly just because it asked so there.
Err, I meant, this bug entry was created newly just because it was asked so in Bug 105174.
Created attachment 138286 [details]
Today I installed kernel 4.16rc6 from opensuse Kernel Head, but my desktop already froze 5 times today.
Attached is dmesg log
I’ll try to reproduce on my Tesla cards during the weekend (if I manage to solve some other issues first).
Are you using X or Wayland?
I am using X
praets@PRAETS:~> loginctl show-session 1 -p Type
I don’t have a GT218 to try on, and my tests on a GT200 were not conclusive as I was unable to reproduce the bug; I tried opening a bunch of windows, resize and maximize them, open some png files and run OpenGL games.
I’ll try to look at the patches that were merged in 4.15, see if I can spot an error there, but I won’t be able to help much more than that. If you could bisect the kernel to identify the faulty commit, that would be really helpful.
I updated tumbleweed to snapshot 20180324 (https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-factory/2018-03/msg00615.html) which contains updates for Mesa and I've updated the kernel to the latest build on openSUSE:
praets@PRAETS:~> uname -a
Linux PRAETS.boma.local 4.16.0-rc6-3.g2539ea5-default #1 SMP PREEMPT Sun Mar 25 11:36:35 UTC 2018 (2539ea5) x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
So far I haven't had any crashes anymore, tried opening a lot of photo's, switching windows, maximizing windows, ...
So far so good