02:40imirkin: skeggsb: ping
02:49imirkin: should mcp89 be using compressed "vram" pages? mcp77 doesn't seem to...
02:57imirkin: oh, and nv50_vmm_valid() will fail in that case
02:57imirkin: since stolen == 1, aper = 3, it'll hit -EINVAL if comp == true
03:36skeggsb: imirkin: mcp89 is fine to
03:37skeggsb: er, perhaps not actually.
04:48sigod: Hi, any progress on tracing a gtx660 re context switching error?
06:56crmlt: imirkin: Hi, where I should look for the source?
07:18crmlt: Hm, very strange
07:20crmlt: I've just booted Ubuntu Mate on 4.15 and I'm succefully running X and Mate on mcp89.
15:44ZipCPU: Hello! I'm trying to diagnose and figure out a system freeze on GUI startup in a new xubuntu 18.04 install. I'm using the nouveau, and I'm getting kernel timeout messages (when I get anything)
15:45ZipCPU: Let me check ... lspci, right?
15:45imirkin_: lspci -nn -d 10de:
15:45ZipCPU: Yeah, GP107m
15:46imirkin_: known issue. no fix available.
15:46imirkin_: we appreciate that you have a choice in gpu vendors, and you appear to have made the wrong one.
15:46ZipCPU: Seriously? (Lol here)
15:46imirkin_: thank you for flying with nvidia.
15:46HdkR:imagines someone running around with their arms out
15:47ZipCPU: Is this documented anywhere?
15:48imirkin_: that nvidia is terrible on linux and you should use amd? i tell people early and often.
15:52cliff-hm: you are free to also use the non-free Binary drivers available for download from NVida's site - vs nouveau.
15:52imirkin_: you are also free to use windows
15:52cliff-hm: Just to give an alternative option vs new hardware :)
15:52imirkin_: presumably one's using linux to not use binary blob bs...
15:56ZipCPU: I just tried blacklisting the nouveau driver ... I now have a GUI desktop. Not quite sure how that's going to affect performance, although I don't typically need high speed graphics performance ....
15:57imirkin_: might affect battery more
15:57imirkin_: if you can disable it entirely in the bios, that'll be a win
15:58pmoreau: imirkin_: I do know about that indeed: I was having issues building LLVM SVN to go with Mesa HEAD, so for paused the auto-build for now, until I fix it. The produced image before was not even including a working Mesa, or something similar. :-/
18:35juri_: where is the bleeding edge llvm?
18:43orbea: glxgears + all other GL broke with modesetting + DRI3 after updated to xorg-server-1.20.0. Broke as in I just get a black window that does/shows nothing... DRI2 + modesetting works as does DRI3 + xf86-video-nouveau still works, but then openmw still crashes with the nouveau ddx... :/
18:48orbea: xinit /usr/bin/xterm -- :1 (and then glxgears) reproduces it here...
18:51orbea: and now my wm feaks out with the nouveau ddx...
20:05RSpliet: skeggsb: any idea which clock domain FECS and GPCCS run in?
20:41RSpliet: (or anyone else who might know. tagr? sooda perhaps?)
23:13gnarface: NVIDIA GPU GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST (GK106)
23:14gnarface: so, is this card supposed to have hardware h264 encoding capability or not?
23:14gnarface: (even with proprietary)
23:15gnarface: i'd ask in #nvidia but they've become recalcitrant
23:17karolherbst: gnarface: yes, it has
23:17karolherbst: it is part of that NVENC thing
23:17gnarface: karolherbst: to confirm, the "BOOST" moniker doesn't mean that it's been sawed-off?
23:18karolherbst: should be simply marketing
23:18karolherbst: most of the time it just indicates higher clocks than usual
23:18gnarface: ok, thanks
23:18karolherbst: but it is still the same hardware, just better cooling or whatever
23:19karolherbst: maybe even chips with "better" "speedo" values, which reduce voltage requiernments -> lower power consumption -> increase perf