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Date:	Mon, 24 Mar 2014 14:39:42 +0100 (CET)
From:	Jiri Kosina <>
To:	Daniel Vetter <>
cc:	Jani Nikula <>,
	Linux Kernel Mailing List <>,
	intel-gfx <>
Subject: Re: i915 resume-from-hibernation problems on resume with current
 Linus' tree

On Fri, 21 Mar 2014, Daniel Vetter wrote:

> > So I am still seeing this with current Linus' tree rather regularly (but
> > it's not deterministic enough for a reliable bisect).
> >
> > Unfortunately I haven't received any patches to test; what do you propose?
> > Would reporting this on instead of ranting here
> > change anything?
> Yeah, filing a bug on fdo to keep track of this should help. Please
> add a [gm45 regression] tag to the summary so that it shows up in our
> queries at the right spot ;-)
> One thing to test would be to give -nightly (or drm-intel-testing as
> of today) a shot. We've merged a few patches recently to slightly
> improve the ring init sequence in the generic code, they might
> actually help here. Sorry for not correlating them with your patch
> when I've merged them, only just realized this now.

I just tested current Linus' tree + drm-intel-testing (HEAD == 14347c2 
("drm-intel-nightly: 2014y-03m-21d-16h-13m-30s integration manifest")), 
and on 3rd suspend-resume cycle I got the ring initialization failure 
again, with Xorg going crazy afterwards. So unfortunately it's still 

Now submitted as

as well.


Jiri Kosina
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