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SubjectRe: Linux regressions report for mainline [2022-05-09] (was: Linux 5.18-rc6)
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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) <regressions@leemhuis.info> 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"
>> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> https://linux-regtracking.leemhuis.info/regzbot/regression/1366349e-f96a-3f2c-3094-f5cd1a6fa31f@redhat.com/
>> https://lore.kernel.org/dri-devel/1366349e-f96a-3f2c-3094-f5cd1a6fa31f@redhat.com/
>>
>> 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:
https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/drm/intel/-/issues/5806

I've just tested a patch from Maarten which fixes things for me,
so hopefully we can get this resolved soon.

Regards,

Hans

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