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amd64-9.0_RC1 panic: i915 related
My 82Q45-based workstation running a recent amd64-9.0_RC1 just sponaneously
panicked. Processing the core dump with 'crash' shows:
$ crash -N netbsd.0 -M netbsd.0.core
Crash version 9.0_RC1, image version 9.0_RC1.
System panicked: trap
Backtrace from time of crash is available.
_KERNEL_OPT_NAGR() at 0
?() at ffffb800f44c7000
vpanic() at vpanic+0x169
snprintf() at snprintf
startlwp() at startlwp
calltrap() at calltrap+0x11
i915_capture_error_state() at i915_capture_error_state+0xef1
i915_handle_error() at i915_handle_error+0x89
linux_workqueue_thread() at linux_workqueue_thread+0x1a6
Nothing remarkable going on--I'd left it building evbmips-mips64el-current.
There was an "idle" firefox52 (as if firefox is ever idle). Otherwise
the most active process was probably 'xlock'.
In case it's relevant, the Q45-based systems are broken with SNA in the
Xorg intel 2019 driver, so its using UXA with "TearFree" set to "false".
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