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SubjectRe: Major 2.6.38 regression ignored?
On Saturday, May 21, 2011 4:41:45 AM Chris Wilson wrote:
> On Fri, 20 May 2011 11:08:56 -0700, Ray Lee <> wrote:
> > [ Adding Chris Wilson (author of the problematic patch) and Rafael
> > Wysocki to the message ]
> >
> > On Fri, May 20, 2011 at 10:06 AM, Luke-Jr <> wrote:
> > > I submitted a month
> > > ago against 2.6.38. Now 2.6.39 was just released without the
> > > regression being addressed. This bug makes the system unusable... Some
> > > guys on IRC suggested I
> > > email, so here it is.
> >
> > See the bugzilla entry for the bisection history.
> Which has nothing to do with Luke's bug. Considering the thousand things
> that can go wrong during X starting, without a hint as to which it is nigh
> on impossible to debug except by trial and error. If you set up
> netconsole, does the kernel emit an OOPS with it's last dying breath?

Why assume it's a different bug? I would almost wonder if it might affect
all Sandy Bridge GPUs. In any case, I no longer have the original
motherboard (it was recalled, as I said in the first post), nor even the
revision of it (it had other issues that weren't being fixed). I *assume* I
will have the same problem with my new motherboard (Intel DQ67SW), but I
haven't verified that yet. I'll be sure to try a netconsole when I have to
reboot next and get a chance to try the most recent 2.6.38 and .39 kernels,
but at the moment it seems reasonable to address the problem bisected in the
bug, even if it turns out to be different.

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