You’re using tmux with or without X? We’re getting different errors. Thus far my errors are definitely X related.
Coincidentally I was just working on this. My machine crashed, and my logs are showing: rwsleep_nsec: Xorg: fsleep: trying to sleep zero nanoseconds I’m looking into it as we speak. On Sun, Mar 8, 2020 at 4:09 PM Avon Robertson <avo...@xtra.co.nz> wrote: > On Sat, Feb 29, 2020 at 07:41:59AM -0800, Justin Noor wrote: > > Awesome - thank you for your time and for the valuable information. > > > > That’s hilarious about the serial port. I’ll try plugging into a switch, > > reproducing the crash, and SSHing into it. I still haven’t tried the > > syslogd tip you mentioned either. It’s time for me to start learning more > > about X. Will be in touch. > > > > Regards > > > > On Fri, Feb 28, 2020 at 6:57 AM Stuart Longland < > stua...@longlandclan.id.au> > > wrote: > > > > > On 28/2/20 11:32 pm, Justin Noor wrote: > > > > Thanks for offering to help and sorry for the delay - I got dragged > into > > > a > > > > work emergency. I finally managed to SCP my dmesg to a remote > machine. > > > > > > Heh, no problems, these things happen. > > > > > > > As a refresher I have a 6.6 current machine that crashes when X is > > > running, > > > > and almost instantly when Firefox is running - it runs fine without > X. > > > The > > > > machine becomes totally frozen - I have to perform a forced shutdown > to > > > > exit this state. The issue appears to be graphics related and is > > > > inconsistent - sometimes it crashes immediately, other times it does > not. > > > > > > Sometimes it might be the way a particular graphics toolkit "tickles" > > > the video hardware too. For instance FVWM uses libxcb for drawing > > > graphics which means you're likely to be just working with 2D > primitives. > > > > > > Then Firefox with its GTK+ back-end fires off a few RENDER extension > > > requests to the X server and whoopsie! Down she goes! > > > > > > > There are indeed some "unknown product" messages related to my PCI > > > graphics > > > > card in my dmesg, but I haven't been able to decipher them yet. Those > > > > usually mean the device is not supported, but it is, and I'm sure I > have > > > > the correct driver (amdgpu0). Previously I had no issues for months, > > > which > > > > is why I suspected hardware failure. Admittedly I've been lucky with > > > > graphics cards over the years, and don't know much about PCI. > > > > > > No issues for months running a previous version of OpenBSD or the same > > > you're running now? > > > > > > One suggestion I made too was to maybe try setting up a serial console > > > link… turns out the motherboard makers know how to tease: > > > > > > > com0 at isa0 port 0x3f8/8 irq 4: ns16550a, 16 byte fifo > > > > com0: probed fifo depth: 0 bytes > > > > > > That says there is a RS-232 port somewhere… so I had a look at the > > > handbook: > > > > > > > https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM4/ROG_STRIX_B450-I_GAMING/E14337_ROG_STRIX_B450-I_GAMING_UM_PRINT.pdf > > > > > > They didn't wire it up to a pin header, which is annoying. > > > > > > On the video front, I did see this: > > > > initializing kernel modesetting (POLARIS11 0x1002:0x67EF > 0x1002:0x0B04 > > > > 0xE5). > > > > amdgpu_irq_add_domain: stub > > > > amdgpu_device_resize_fb_bar: stub > > > > amdgpu: [powerplay] Failed to retrieve minimum clocks. > > > > amdgpu0: 1360x768, 32bpp > > > > wsdisplay0 at amdgpu0 mux 1: console (std, vt100 emulation), using > wskbd0 > > > > wskbd1: connecting to wsdisplay0 > > > > wsdisplay0: screen 1-5 added (std, vt100 emulation) > > > > > > The "stub" messages make me wonder if we're hitting some > > > not-yet-implemented features. That "failed to retrieve minimum clocks" > > > has been seen on Linux as well, and there it was related to PCI > prefetch > > > register programming. > > > > > > The machine you've got isn't much different to what I have at work > > > actually: Rysen 7 1700 (so previous generation), and a RX550 video card > > > (POLARIS12, maybe slightly newer?)… the machine is fitted with a RS-232 > > > serial port so I might try a little experiment with a USB stick and see > > > if I can install OpenBSD 6.6 to USB storage and try to reproduce the > crash. > > > -- > > > Stuart Longland (aka Redhatter, VK4MSL) > > > > > > I haven't lost my mind... > > > ...it's backed up on a tape somewhere. > > > > > Hello Justin and Stuart, > > It is possible that the errors that I have found in /var/log/messages* > are unrelated to the above. Thoughts? > > I have noticed that the freezes on this machine occur more quickly if I > am working within tmux(1), as I was; at the time that the last freeze > occurred. That may have been sheer coincidence. > > $ grep ERROR /var/log/messag* > /var/log/messages:Mar 8 16:20:10 gx470 /bsd: [drm] *ERROR* ring gfx > timeout, signaled seq=385, emitted seq=387 > /var/log/messages:Mar 9 07:06:34 gx470 /bsd: [drm] *ERROR* Illegal > register access in command stream > /var/log/messages:Mar 9 07:06:44 gx470 /bsd: [drm] *ERROR* ring gfx > timeout, signaled seq=794, emitted seq=796 > > My machine's last freeze occurred at the time of the last error in > /var/log/messages. I am able to remotely login to this machine and > access files when it is frozen, using kermit(1) and a USB to Serial > adapter. The machine's /var/run/dmesg.boot can be found in my first > email to this thread. > > Regards Avon > > -- > aer >