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    Phoronix: Intel Iris Gallium3D Driver Gets On-Disk Shader Cache Support

    In helping to speed-up game load times when switching to the new Intel "Iris" Gallium3D OpenGL Linux driver and smooth out frame-rates for games sporadically loading shaders, Mesa 19.2-devel has added on-disk shader cache support for the driver...

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    This is segfaulting for me at Xorg startup, I've reported it upstream and trying to help debug

    Biggest clue was from the systemd dump file:

    /src/gallium/drivers/iris/iris_disk_cache.c:240: iris_disk_cache_init: Assertion `note && build_id_length(note) == 20' failed.

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