Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 864319
[abrt] "nv_alloc_instruction: Assertion `pc->num_instructions < 2048' failed" running pymol
Last modified: 2013-07-31 17:55:43 EDT
Version-Release number of selected component:
libreport version: 2.0.14
cmdline: /usr/bin/python /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pymol/__init__.py
:Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
: #5 nv_alloc_instruction at nv50_pc.h:351
: #6 new_instruction at nv50_pc.h:362
: #7 bld_insn_1 at nv50_tgsi_to_nc.c:535
: #8 bld_instruction at nv50_tgsi_to_nc.c:1602
: #9 nv50_tgsi_to_nc at nv50_tgsi_to_nc.c:2060
: #10 nv50_generate_code at nv50_pc.c:500
: #11 nv50_program_translate at nv50_program.c:658
: #12 nv50_program_validate at nv50_shader_state.c:134
: #13 nv50_fragprog_validate at nv50_shader_state.c:194
: #14 nv50_state_validate at nv50_state_validate.c:393
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Thanks for filing this bug report.
Looking at attachment 623928 [details] I see that thread 1 has a failed assertion:
nv_alloc_instruction: Assertion `pc->num_instructions < 2048' failed.
deep within OpenGL rendering (and I believe, within an nVidia driver).
Reassigning from "python" to "pymol" for now.
(In reply to comment #10)
> deep within OpenGL rendering (and I believe, within an nVidia driver).
Specifically, within a call to glDrawArrays at frame #18, so probably a driver issue actually.
Reassigning from "pymol" to "mesa" in the hope that that's the appropriate component (my knowledge of the internals of our 3D stack is a little hazy, sorry).
OK, let me know if you'd like me to contact pymol upstream and have them take a look, if need be.
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