X hangs when using nvidia drivers
Shortly after starting to play a youtube video, Xorg froze for me.
Here's what I have installed:
Xorg log file attached.
Updated by Jake Young over 9 years ago
- Status changed from New to Feedback
I had issues getting my desktop to start after my initial boot. I'm using startx to launch dwm via xinitc.
I would see the nvidia splash screen and then just blackscreen. Usually killing X and restarting it would fix it.
I loaded the 275.09.07 driver and the issue has gone away.
Updated by Alasdair Lumsden about 9 years ago
- Status changed from Closed to In Progress
Re-opening. Issue is identified as X.org being built with the wrong compiler:
alasdair ~ (ninja.rar): uname -a SunOS ninja.rar.nu 5.11 oi_151a i86pc i386 i86pc Solaris alasdair ~ (ninja.rar): mcs -p /usr/bin/amd64/Xorg /usr/bin/amd64/Xorg: acomp: Sun C 5.10 SunOS_i386 Patch 142363-03 2009/12/03 iropt: Sun Compiler Common 12.1 SunOS_i386 Patch 141858-04 2009/12/08 ir2hf: Sun Compiler Common 12.1 SunOS_i386 Patch 141858-04 2009/12/08 ube: Sun Compiler Common 12.1 SunOS_i386 Patch 141858-04 2009/12/08 as: Sun Compiler Common 12.1 SunOS_i386 Patch 141858-04 2009/12/08 %Z%%M% %I% %E% SMI @(#)math.h 2.26 08/09/11 SMI @(#)math_iso.h 1.10 05/10/06 SMI @(#)math_c99.h 1.12 07/01/21 SMI @(#)floatingpoint.h 2.12 07/05/17 SMI @(#)ieeefp.h 2.13 05/10/06 SMI @(#)SunOS 5.11 oi_148b March 2011 ld: Software Generation Utilities - Solaris Link Editors: 5.11-1.1726 @(#)xorg-server 1.7.7 (hg: nv_151 - 22 May 2011)
i.e. Sun Studio 12.1 was used when 12.0 is needed. There is a patch to fix this with 12.1:
However 12.0 should have been used. We're going to respin xnv and re-import before the release.
Updated by Marion Hakanson almost 9 years ago
This Xorg freeze (or one exactly like what's described in issue 1161) is still happening on two of my systems. Both run OI-151a now, and both have the nVidia driver version 280.13; The crash also happened under OI-148 with the same nVidia driver. One machine is 64-bit Intel Core i7 w/8GB RAM, GeForce 7300GT; The other is 32-bit Intel P4 w/2GB RAM, GeForce 6200.
When the problem occurs, mouse and keyboard input are ignored, but one can log remotely. You see the Xorg process using 100% CPU; Actually it shows in "prstat -m" as 33% USR, 33% LCK, 33% SLP. Usually restarting gdm is not sufficient, I think the nVidia card or driver is in an unhappy state, with some blocks of black & white bars on the screen after Xorg exits, so I usually just reboot the system.
Also, the Xorg.0.log shows entries like the ones below at the end, prior to killing it.
(WW) Oct 04 10:24:40 NVIDIA: WAIT (2, 6, 0x8000, 0x0000c290, 0x0000ca08)
(WW) Oct 04 10:24:47 NVIDIA: WAIT (1, 6, 0x8000, 0x0000c290, 0x0000ca08)
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