00:07 orbea: nope, 10 is the sweet spot, both 11 and 9 reproduce the issue
00:09 karolherbst: okay
00:11 orbea: but its not a solution, now llvmpipe shows the issue instead :P
00:22 karolherbst: :D
00:22 karolherbst: crap
00:27 HdkR: "pci 0000:00:00.0: BAR 8: no space for [mem size 0x0c000000]" ...seems this pcie bus doesn't allow much to be mapped. That's why this GT 710 is failing
00:28 karolherbst: duh
01:41 imirkin: HdkR: someone else had this issue
01:41 imirkin: they eventually figured it out
01:41 imirkin: or something
01:41 imirkin: something about only having 16 or 32MB of io window
01:43 HdkR: `pci_bus 0000:00: root bus resource [io 0x0000-0xfffff] (bus address [0xfbe00000-0xfbefffff])` Not a very large window :P
01:45 imirkin: i don't remember the user in question... he seemed like someone who knew what he was doing
01:46 HdkR: Definitely not me in this case. I'm just having fun sticking a GPU on to an ARM board :D
01:46 imirkin: i'm sure you could track it all down in the nouveau logs
01:46 imirkin: or ... i could
01:46 imirkin: let's ee
01:48 imirkin: stsquad
01:48 imirkin: in early june
01:48 imirkin: june 6, 7, 11
01:48 imirkin: probably more
01:49 HdkR: Hm, looks like a similar problem but it was still managing to partially map the device for them
01:53 HdkR: I'll just live forever thinking this board's pcie will never work
01:54 HdkR: That makes my life easier
01:58 imirkin: ;)
01:58 imirkin: but what if ....
01:58 imirkin: :p
01:58 HdkR: I'll just have to mess with the onboard Mali rather than Nouveau on it :P
04:14 Riastradh: imirkin: So, evo_sync seems to fail every time.
15:31 karolherbst: imirkin: I found a fix for our runpm issue: https://github.com/karolherbst/nouveau/commit/c6a690e9889671ecbeb1c3f6f63ed8f1dee91adc
15:32 karolherbst: check the nvkm_pci_fini changes
15:32 karolherbst: 8.0 is the state my GPU boots into
15:32 karolherbst: and devinit sets this to 2.5
15:32 karolherbst: I suspect that GPU and host get out of sync -> boom
15:32 karolherbst: agd5f: ^^ maybe something like that happens for you as well?
15:47 karolherbst: anyway, here is a kernel patch: https://github.com/karolherbst/linux/commit/08936d832bb3505d9431912d8be03796d71f55b1.patch
23:18 imirkin: skeggsb: Lyude: i've successfully procured a GT1030 with HDMI, so i will be playing with HDMI 2.0 -- my plan is to mmiotrace blob to see what all it writes in there. do you guys have any specific advice on blob versions, etc to use for this sort of thing?
23:18 imirkin: i know there's a new kms thing -- does that make life any easier?
23:18 Lyude: oh wow
23:18 kherbst: imirkin: I tested mmiotrace with 390 and 396, both seem to work fine
23:18 Lyude: I'm guessing that's one of the volta cards?
23:19 kherbst: Lyude: pascal
23:19 imirkin: and next week i'm going to borrow a GTX960 with DP, so hopefully will be fixing up MST hotplug issues in xf86-video-nouveau
23:19 imirkin: Lyude: yeah, GP108 i believe
23:19 imirkin: [yeah to "pascal", not to "volta"]
23:19 Lyude: OH, right, GT is a brandname thing
23:19 Lyude: GP108 makes more sense :)
23:20 imirkin: well, i haven't plugged it in
23:20 imirkin: i have it in a plastic bag inside of plastic bubble wrap and it was raining a bit ... so ... we'll see if it functions.
23:20 Lyude: imirkin: anyway yeah, one useful tip: I think there is some evo related documentation in the open gpu docs that nvidia has out
23:20 imirkin: Lyude: i'm intimately familiar with those docs
23:20 Lyude: imirkin: isopropyl alcohol can work miracles
23:20 imirkin: should i just dunk it in there? :)
23:21 kherbst: exactly
23:21 Lyude: actually, if it was not something with a fan on it-yes! we did that at an iphone repair place I used to work at and it had a surprisingly high success rate
23:21 kherbst: ohh that reminds me, I need to buy another L of that stuff
23:21 Lyude: brought back water damaged iphones from the dead
23:21 HdkR: Watch out for it eating thermal pastes though :P
23:21 Lyude: ^ that, yeah
23:21 kherbst: Lyude: I sank an ipod touch in a fish tank :D
23:21 kherbst: and was able to revive it
23:21 imirkin: unfortunately there's a fan
23:22 imirkin: and i don't have a vat of isopropyl alcohol
23:22 imirkin: only ethyl alcohol
23:22 imirkin: and i'm fairly sure it should be fine as-is
23:22 kherbst: as long as it doesn't conduct it is fine to clean electronics with, it just depends on how aggressive the substance is generally on the material
23:22 kherbst: isopropyl is just super cheap
23:23 Lyude: and it evaporates very quickly
23:23 kherbst: yes
23:23 kherbst: and it doesn't harm anything really
23:24 kherbst: even at pharmacies you can get it quite cheap if you know for what to ask