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  • Gallium3D's Mesa State Tracker Sees "Mega Cleanup" For NIR In Mesa 19.3

    Phoronix: Gallium3D's Mesa State Tracker Sees "Mega Cleanup" For NIR In Mesa 19.3

    AMD developer Marek Olšák has landed a "mega cleanup" to the Gallium3D Mesa state tracker code around its NIR intermediate representation handling...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...Mega-NIR-Clean

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    There seem to be a huge performance regression from 19.1.7 to 19.2.x for RADEON. Video playback using mpv ends up becoming a slideshow here. Lots stuttering during video playback that ends up getting asynchronous after a while. Really annoying...

    So please stop "optimizing"....

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Candy View Post
      There seem to be a huge performance regression from 19.1.7 to 19.2.x for RADEON. Video playback using mpv ends up becoming a slideshow here. Lots stuttering during video playback that ends up getting asynchronous after a while. Really annoying...

      So please stop "optimizing"....
      How about you report the bug properly - even better bisect it

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      • #4
        "As the Mesa 19.3 feature freeze is coming up in just about one month, it's looking like that default NIR / OpenGL 4.6 milestone probably won't be realized for this final Mesa3D release of 2019"
        this statement looks needlessly pessimistic to me

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        • #5
          Originally posted by FireBurn View Post
          How about you report the bug properly - even better bisect it
          The issue has already been reported from various different people.
          Looks like Radeon is in a horrible state now.
          Another one reported ~10-20% frame drops with Radeon in games. No one cared.
          Another one reported the issue that I described. Only answer: bisect it.

          Now guess... a) Half of the people dont know or have time to bisect anything and b) look a)

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          • #6
            > The issue has already been reported from various different people

            Does that bug report have an URL?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Candy View Post
              The issue has already been reported from various different people.
              Looks like Radeon is in a horrible state now.
              Another one reported ~10-20% frame drops with Radeon in games. No one cared.
              Another one reported the issue that I described. Only answer: bisect it.

              Now guess... a) Half of the people dont know or have time to bisect anything and b) look a)
              If you've time to bitch on a website, you've time to bisect the issue, the latter will at least help get things fixed

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