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FS#66098 - [mesa] amdpgu: amd rx vega 64 crash random

Attached to Project: Arch Linux
Opened by Sebastian Münch (vfio_experte) - Friday, 03 April 2020, 16:34 GMT
Last edited by Andreas Radke (AndyRTR) - Thursday, 16 April 2020, 06:47 GMT
Task Type Bug Report
Category Packages: Core
Status Assigned
Assigned To freswa (frederik)
Architecture x86_64
Severity High
Priority Normal
Reported Version
Due in Version Undecided
Due Date Undecided
Percent Complete 0%
Votes 3
Private No

Details

Description:
amd rx vega 64 crash on mesa 20.0.3.
on destop rendering no crash.
on gaiming 10h crash with reboot pc.
meas 19.3.4 work.
downgrade to 19.3.4.
I have no logs found with error.

Additional info:
* mesa 20.0.3-1
This task depends upon

Comment by Jared Baldridge (jrb) - Wednesday, 08 April 2020, 18:49 GMT
I'm not sure is related, or a separate bug, but after upgrading to Mesa 20, I can consistently hard lock my 5700 XT system by browsing to Google Maps in Firefox, and "aggressively" zooming in and outs. Additionally hardware video decoding in Firefox crashes the tab that attempted to play video.

After downgrading to 19.3.4, both issues go away.

I haven't been able to obtain any logs when the system hard locks, but here are the logs from the video tab crashes:
Comment by raneon (raneon) - Friday, 17 April 2020, 18:13 GMT
I've experienced now as well a lot of crashes on Mesa 20.0-4 on my Radeon VII. So far this card was extremely stable in Mesa and it regressed quite a lot. Using Firefox with Webrender is enough to crash my system from time to time. I will try mesa-git now to see if it makes a difference.
Comment by WinterCore (WinterCore) - Friday, 03 July 2020, 01:08 GMT
@jrb I have a 5700XT and I've been having the exact same issue. The system completely freezes. with no logs whatsoever.
The only thing I know thus far is that it only happens when picom is running and is using the "glx" backend.
The hard-lock occurs within the first 5-30 mins after starting xorg.
I've been testing stuff for 2 days now. Yesterday I disabled picom and I experienced no freezes after running my system for +12 hours doing all kinds of different things.
Today. I tried to run picom with the "xrender" backend and it had no issues too.
So what I can confirm (at least for me) is that it only happens when picom is running and is using the "glx" backend.

What I've tried.
kernels: linux, linux-lts, linux-mainline
mesa: mesa, mesa-git
Comment by Mark Gross (markusg) - Friday, 03 July 2020, 01:14 GMT
I believe I was experiencing either this or a similar issue with my R9 280. I would experience a screen freeze shortly after starting X, and then my machine would crash and reboot. Downgrading to mesa 19.3.4 fixed the issue on the R9 280, and I am now running an RX 5600XT with mesa 20.1.1 with no issues. Running picom with the default backend, which seems to be xrender.
Comment by Sebastian Münch (vfio_experte) - Sunday, 05 July 2020, 12:00 GMT
I have fixed the freeze on my RX VEGA 64 crad.
with grub kernel parameter " radeon.dpm=0 ".
see at https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/ATI#Dynamic_power_management
see at https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/AMDGPU
And I have a freeze when the fps over 140FPS in the game for over 15-20min.

for Navi card have a Problem with to over OC bios settings.
switch the bios to silent bios.
I hope it worke.
Comment by freswa (frederik) - Sunday, 13 September 2020, 15:42 GMT
Is this still an issue with the 5.8 kernel series and latest mesa?

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