Description of problem:
The system randomly freezes. If nouveau is loaded then freeze comes faster. If nvidia proprietary kernel module is used then i get more time working properly. Sometimes keyboard lights shows kernel panic.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2. just wait and it comes
Same as bug 601638?
(In reply to comment #1)
> Same as bug 601638?
Looks similar. But i can't test ssh conection while problem appers. Additionally, i have nothing unusual in logs.
For me this bug is solved when using:
- kernel 2.6.34-43.fc13.x86_64
- kmod-nvidia-2.6.34-43.fc13.x86_64.x86_64 (akmod)
(nouveau blacklisted, nomodeset)
And with the virtualization (Vanderpool technology) turned off in the BIOS.
At least I havn't had any freezes so far... Also I managed to watch my first complete Youtube video without freezing up, which I tried many times before, ending up in a freeze.
Therefore I assume the problem has something to do with virtualization support in the current kernel(s). With any Fedora (<12) I never encountered this problem (with virtualization turned on in the BIOS), and as soon as I upgraded it started, so I think it is not BIOS related.
Argh, never mind this last comment... next boot it froze up again...
Looks like developers doesn't care about this problem. Or no one haves any idea about this issue. Benny, is there anything useful in your system logs?
Sorry all my 'useful' logs are given in bug 601638... unless you want something specific.
Furthermore maybe this helps: http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=178558
* Mon Jun 07 2010 Ben Skeggs <email@example.com>
- nouveau: fix iommu errors on GeForce 8 and newer chipsets (bug 561267)
I'll try it tonight.
Also kernel 184.108.40.206-133.fc13.x86_64 freezes...
Bad news to hear that. I'm really disappointed with F12 and F13 kernels. F11 were much more stable at my opinion and experience.
I tried to run F13 on my laptop with 945PM chipset and G72M GPU (GeForce Go 7300) and got similar results. System or freezes or displays "kernel panic". System prosuces some output when panic. I'll try to take the picture of these messages and share it here.
Guys, try kernel option pcie_aspm=off. This fixes freezes for some people with GF8600 cards. Too bad it's not working for me.
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