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Reposted from GNOME bugzilla:
Steps to reproduce:
* get the RadeonSI-based graphic card
* install mesa 9+
* for best reproducibility of this bug, install gnome 3.9
* run system monitor -> list draws incorrectly
Also this bug appears when pressing "back" button in g-c-c or gnome-weather.
Maybe the identical bug appears in firefox when opening sites with images. It
draws them over the page in top-left corner.
These bugs presents since GNOME 3.7 (Fedora 19 rawhide). On the notebook with
F19 and r600 drivers these bugs seems not to appear.
Screenshots of these bugs are attached.
yesterdsay i have an updte with kernel that seems to me in the debug mode.
Overall system was extremely slow but all widgets was rendered correctly.
Today's kernel update brings performance to system but break rendering again.
So it may be some kind of race condition. When there is much time to accomplish
the process - all ok but in fast systems (I have AMD FX 8320 + SSD as the only
storage) something going wrong
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Please attach your xorg log and dmesg output.
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Does it work better with glamor 0.5.1?
I've been built glamor and ati drivers from git.
Now I can use system monitor but g-c-c and firefox have the same issues.
Just check system monitor again - the same issue. So, no. It does not work better:(
The fix for bug 65964 landed in glamor Git today, can you try if that happens to help for any of these issues?
Seems like that firefox works correct(today I have got update to ff24, so I'm not sure if the glamor patch fixed issue or ff fixed it by themselves). But GNOME's software still have the same issues.
last fedora update fixed the bug (installed xorg-x11-drv-ati-7.2.0-3.20131101git3b38701.fc20.x86_64)
I think this patch fixed the issue: