06:31hariseldon99: Hi. If I am reading the featurematrix right, VAAPI is supported for nouveau on the GeForce650M (my card), but vainfo yields "vaInitialize failed with error code 2 (resource allocation failed),exit"
06:32gnarface: you might need firmware for that
06:32hariseldon99: Yeah, I got it
06:32hariseldon99: Followed https://nouveau.freedesktop.org/wiki/VideoAcceleration/
06:49hariseldon99: Does the error mean that VAAPI is unsupported, or does it indicate a config problem?
12:43ryszard: I use nvs295 and got stability problems under gnome on Fedora 32, the screen hangs with desg as follows: http://codepad.org/XWjmiIGI
12:44ryszard: and now I'm not sure if this is because of nouveau?
14:13dcomp: Has anything changed in regards to Maxwell relocking. I just tried to boot the Fedora 33 btrfs iso. And my fans have kicked on and still getting SCHED FIFO errors.
14:14dcomp: If I remember correctly (Google IRC logs). There was something about 32 bit table pointers and having to force a reclock.
15:35HdkR: Does MST take up multiple CRTCs on Nvidia cards? I've never actually tested so I don't know
15:40HdkR: Lyude: ^ Maybe a question for you :P
15:41Lyude: HdkR: yes-it uses multiple heads, but it does share an sor between all of them
15:41Lyude: (the msto encoders are fake)
15:43HdkR: Hmmmm, does that still limit it to four heads then?
15:44HdkR: Say if you slap three of the 3xDP MST hubs, does 9 displays actually work? :P
16:49Lyude: HdkR: yeah
16:49Lyude: It does limit it to 4
16:50Lyude: And no, you can only get up to 4 displays. You might be able to clone additional ones though but I think I've seen any support for that in nouveau
16:53TimurTabi: Is there a simple command-line program I can download (or easily compile) that does a basic but somewhat comprehensive performance analysis? Perhaps something I can run with the "time" command?
16:53TimurTabi: Something that would show better results if the GPU clocks were increased.
16:55karolherbst: TimurTabi: gputest has good enough benchmarks
16:56karolherbst: I have a script to benchmark everything: https://gist.github.com/karolherbst/a6cd62d0fc6fd3ddab39a7ace05d55a9
16:56karolherbst: but you can adjust it for your needs
17:05TimurTabi: I need something that does not depend on a GUI
17:18karolherbst: well.. you could also clone my CL branch and write some benchmarks which work....
17:18karolherbst: no idea if that's easier though
17:19karolherbst: but I also don't see why starting X is a problem...
17:20karolherbst: so no, we don't have anything for that
17:20karolherbst: I mean.. applications can also just open the render node and do OpenGL directly... kmscube does, but that's not a proper benchmark and the results might be useless