Created attachment 105608 [details]
Here is the config :
cpu : AMD64
Video card : 7600GT (NV40 family)
kernel : 3.16.1
nouveau-dri : 10.2.6
xf86-video-nouveau : 1.0.10
mesa : 10.2.6
flashplugin : 22.214.171.1240
gnome-shell : 3.12.2
firefox : 31.0
When I want to see the video at this link (nouvelle-twingo.renault.fr/), the screen freezes after the first part, when some controls appear on the screen (don't know if I'm clear...). I can still VT switch (slowly) and reboot.
Here is the complete dmesg. There are a lot of :
[ 976.757586] [TTM] Failed to find memory space for buffer 0xffff8800cf357c00 eviction
[ 976.757593] [TTM] No space for ffff8800cf357c00 (900 pages, 3600K, 3M)
[ 976.757595] [TTM] placement=0x00070002 (1)
[ 976.757597] [TTM] has_type: 1
[ 976.757598] [TTM] use_type: 1
[ 976.757599] [TTM] flags: 0x0000000A
[ 976.757600] [TTM] gpu_offset: 0x00000000
[ 976.757601] [TTM] size: 131072
[ 976.757602] [TTM] available_caching: 0x00070000
[ 976.757603] [TTM] default_caching: 0x00010000
And then :
nouveau E[gnome-shell] fail ttm_validate
[ 979.430184] nouveau E[gnome-shell] validate vram_list
[ 979.430194] nouveau E[gnome-shell] validate: -12
[ 1058.789582] nouveau E[ PGRAPH][0000:01:00.0] ERROR nsource: LIMIT_COLOR nstatus: PROTECTION_FAULT
[ 1058.789611] nouveau E[ PGRAPH][0000:01:00.0] ch 3 [0x0013c000 gnome-shell] subc 7 class 0x4097 mthd 0x1808 data 0x00000000
[ 1111.505273] nouveau E[ DRM] GPU lockup - switching to software fbcon
[ 1126.781591] nouveau E[Xorg.bin] failed to idle channel 0xcccc0001 [Xorg.bin]
It doesn't seem a duplicate of another bug I had (74320).
Created attachment 105609 [details]
Added journalctl --system log file
Disable vdpau. (Just remove it entirely.) It's known to hang nv4x cards, and provides no benefit.
I already remove all files in /usr/lib/vdpau/ for bug 74320 (after each upgrade). Are there other files to remove?
(In reply to comment #3)
> I already remove all files in /usr/lib/vdpau/ for bug 74320 (after each
> upgrade). Are there other files to remove?
Oh. Sorry, I wasn't paying close enough attention.
You're running out of vram, which the various software doesn't handle particularly well.
So sending a bug to gnome-shell (at least) could be valid? (and close this one?)
(In reply to comment #5)
> So sending a bug to gnome-shell (at least) could be valid? (and close this
No, gnome-shell is most likely fine. The problem is probably the nv30 gallium driver not dealing with the errors properly.
So, for this bug, should I just change :
Product -> Mesa
Component -> which one? I can't find an entry related with gallium and nouveau. Maybe 'Drivers\DRI\nouveau'? Or 'Other'?
And thanks for your help.
(In reply to comment #7)
> So, for this bug, should I just change :
> Product -> Mesa
> Component -> which one? I can't find an entry related with gallium and
> nouveau. Maybe 'Drivers\DRI\nouveau'? Or 'Other'?
> And thanks for your help.
Sure. Or you can leave it alone. It's not like it's a different group of people... I always look at the two groups together anyways.