Description of problem:
F11 Preview.i368 with all updates as of 30 minutes ago! Everytime I visit www.wthitv.com (with firefox) my computer hard locks with only mouse movement. CTRL+ALT+F1 etc do nothing. I first tried without flash then also with flash, no difference.
/var/log/messages now only shows output since the most current boot? No older data, new behaviour? Only relevant hardware I can think of would be the graphics card, Intel Corporation Mobile 945GM/GMS/GME, 943/940GML Express Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 03).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
F11 Preview all updates to date of this post
Steps to Reproduce:
Confirmed system seems to lockup when you visit this page in firefox on rawhide x86_64. VT switch fails, but you can still move the mouse cursor.
I'm pretty sure this isn't a kernel bug. Assigning to X, it can be reassigned from there.
I see the same on 965GM, x86_64 as well.
Not sure if this is related, I get a similar hard lock when trying to play any kind of video file (Ogg Theora, DivX) on any player (Totem, VLC, Mplayer, the Totem plugin in Firefox) with only two exceptions:
- flash videos in the browser;
- Ogg Theora videos in Firefox (probably using the build in Theora decoder)
(fully updated Rawhide, Intel 965).
I see the same behaviour. Intel GM965/GL960 here. Disabling KMS seems to workaround the problem. Can others here confirm this?
I can see the same problem ,
My card -- VGA: compatible controller: Intel Corporation Mobile GM965/GL960 Integrated Graphics Controller
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Yeah can reproduce handily :(
here as well!
With Thinkpad X200, I do NOT get freeze with "nomodeset nopat" on boot line, and running latest fc11 updates and compiz.
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 07)
00:02.1 Display controller: Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 07)
But I do see this in /var/log/messages:
Apr 29 06:18:18 tlondon kernel: Machine check events logged
Do not recall seeing "Machine check events logged" message before.....
Same problem here ;-/
The lock happend with openoffice and firefox.
Reproducible with epiphany (xulrunner backend), but not with midori (webkitgtk) here. Didn't try without KMS. It think it's really a soft lock, music continues to play.
Intel Corporation Mobile 945GM/GMS, 943/940GML Express Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 03)
I have seen the same for some time. Intel GM965 chipset.
For the record, this bug was discussed on the mailing lists, and summarized here:
Note that this isn't (strictly speaking) a full lockup, it's just taking a very long time to draw a large image - the web page(s) in question are typically using a background image that's 15000 pixels tall or something ridiculous like that.
The bug's being actively chased and (if all goes well) should have a fix sometime soonish.
Not sure that's the entire story. While it's true that I have only seen this while using Firefox, it's for me more random. On some sites I visit frequently I get this kind of "lockup" maybe once every 3 days..
But maybe some of those web sites have coding errors triggering rendering requests like that.
I can confirm the random lockups Henrik mentioned as well. I can ssh into the box when it's locked as well as move the mouse, but it's completely unresponsive from X. Killing the usual suspects (firefox, compiz, gnome-session) does nothing, but I can do a clean reboot.
I'd attach logs, but there's nothing in the way of warnings or errors in either the X or system logs.
On my Intel G33(8086:29c2), after updating to:
visiting http://www.wthitv.com in firefox no longer locks up(It used to).
I can confirm that after update to versions from comment #18 firefox (and desktop also) from F11 no longer locks up.
Thanks for confirming, rpms are in F-11 now.
*** Bug 502252 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Hmm... I think I just ran into this with all the updates:
There was an Xorg page allocation failure earlier, and I'd been suspending/resume a few times.
Have also seen this "hang" once after all the updates, random clicking on a web page I frequently use..
I kind of suspect there is two issues with the same visible symptoms (X "hang" except for mouse pointer movement), one which is (was) easily reproducible by visiting a particularily misdesigned webpage, another which is more random in nature..
Unfortunately I do not have any logs to post of the event, but will make sure to collect some if/when it happens again.
All the times this has happened to me there's been nothing in either the kernel or X logs, and X itself isn't stuck in a loop; it's just sleeping except for pointer movement.