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  • mrg666
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    Originally posted by Anux View Post
    I have 5700g too, how would I reproduce this bug, never noticed it? Shouldn't the video memory be dynamic anyway?
    I ran the Cyberbunk benchmark using ultra texture at 720P, kernel 6.9.2 on FC40 and Plasma 6. Game starts but benchmarking ends up with black screen. Low texture runs fine.

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  • Anux
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    Originally posted by mrg666 View Post
    My 5700G locks up the system when the GPU RAM overflows.
    I have 5700g too, how would I reproduce this bug, never noticed it? Shouldn't the video memory be dynamic anyway?

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  • aviallon
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    Originally posted by NekkoDroid View Post

    Also systemd-bsod isnt an alternative to this. sd-bsod is about boot errors, while this is just about general kernel panics.
    It's about any log message printed with the EMERG priority level.

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  • NekkoDroid
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    Originally posted by mxan View Post
    Typo: "...systemd's recent systemed-bsod" - should just be "systemd-bsod".
    Also systemd-bsod isnt an alternative to this. sd-bsod is about boot errors, while this is just about general kernel panics.

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  • mrg666
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    Thank you Red Hat and Michael. I use Nouveau with a couple older Nvidia cards and it works great; never seen a kernel panic yet. I think this can wait until 6.11. BTW, AMD GPU driver also needs a check for GPU memory overflow. My 5700G locks up the system when the GPU RAM overflows.

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  • mxan
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    Typo: "...systemd's recent systemed-bsod" - should just be "systemd-bsod".

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  • Nouveau DRM_Panic Being Worked On For Linux "Blue Screen Of Death" Type Situations

    Phoronix: Nouveau DRM_Panic Being Worked On For Linux "Blue Screen Of Death" Type Situations

    Merged for Linux 6.10 is DRM_Panic as a kernel panic screen for situations akin to Windows' well known "Blue Screen of Death". This is a kernel-based panic screen as an alternative to systemd's recent systemed-bsod. Patches have been posted by Red Hat for allowing the open-source NVIDIA "Nouveau" Direct Rendering Manager driver to work with DRM Panic...

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