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SubjectRe: Linux regressions report for mainline [2022-05-09] (was: Linux 5.18-rc6)
Op 09-05-2022 om 21:04 schreef Hans de Goede:
> Hi,
> On 5/9/22 19:20, Linus Torvalds wrote:
>> On Mon, May 9, 2022 at 3:47 AM Regzbot (on behalf of Thorsten
>> Leemhuis) <> wrote:
>>> Hi Linus! Here's a quick compilation of open reports about regressions in
>>> 5.18-rc that I'm currently aware of; most of the reports are quite
>>> recent and there afaics is nothing that looks particularly worrisome.
>> Well, the Intel GPU issue seems likely to cause problems for lots of people:
>>> [ *NEW* ] drm/i915: BYT rendering broken due to "Remove short-term pins from execbuf, v6"
>>> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> By Hans de Goede; 0 days ago; 2 activities, latest 0 days ago.
>>> Introduced in b5cfe6f7a6e1 (v5.18-rc1)
>>> Recent activities from: Tvrtko Ursulin (1), Hans de Goede (1)
>> Although it looks possible that it mainly affects old chipsets (ie the
>> two reports are for a Bay Trail chip and a Core 2 Duo chip - I have no
>> idea how they compare).
>> That probably means there are a lot of machines out there, but likely
>> not the kind that most kernel developers will be testing, so not a ton
>> of reports until it hits distro kernels etc.
>> It looks like Maarten is already involved.
> This is being tracked here:
> I've just tested a patch from Maarten which fixes things for me,
> so hopefully we can get this resolved soon.
> Regards,
> Hans

I'm still waiting on feedback on the last patch there, can you test it?

That should be the real fix most likely, waiting for binding to complete before using the vma.


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