Powerbook shuts down hard when hot, patch found
mb at bu3sch.de
Sun Sep 30 07:53:06 EST 2007
On Saturday 29 September 2007 23:51:55 Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:
> On Sat, 2007-09-29 at 13:22 +0200, Michael Buesch wrote:
> > On Saturday 29 September 2007 13:06:59 Michael Buesch wrote:
> > > > This is very strange... Can you try also clearing VGA_DDC_CLK_OUT_EN and
> > > > VGA_DDC_DATA_OUT_EN and the same time and see if that helps ?
> > >
> > > It still triggers the bug then.
> > I tried something else.
> > I removed the write and only added a printk with a register read
> > to print the contents (DDC REG IS 0x...) . This is the result:
> > [ 0.431304] PCI: Enabling device 0000:00:10.0 (0006 -> 0007)
> > [ 0.626866] radeonfb (0000:00:10.0): Invalid ROM signature 303 should be 0xaa55
> > [ 0.626877] radeonfb: Retrieved PLL infos from Open Firmware
> > [ 0.626887] radeonfb: Reference=27.00 MHz (RefDiv=12) Memory=203.00 Mhz, System=392.00 MHz
> > [ 0.626897] radeonfb: PLL min 12000 max 35000
> > [ 0.627194] DDC REG IS 0x00000303
> > [ 0.763751] i2c-adapter i2c-2: unable to read EDID block.
> > [ 0.983746] i2c-adapter i2c-2: unable to read EDID block.
> > [ 1.203745] i2c-adapter i2c-2: unable to read EDID block.
> > [ 1.280001] DDC REG IS 0x00000000
> > [ 1.620189] ieee1394: Host added: ID:BUS[0-00:1023] GUID[001124fffed98036]
> > [ 1.670984] radeonfb: Monitor 1 type LCD found
> > [ 1.670992] radeonfb: EDID probed
> > [ 1.670997] radeonfb: Monitor 2 type no found
> > [ 1.671012] radeonfb: Using Firmware dividers 0x0002008e from PPLL 0
> > [ 1.671075] radeonfb: Dynamic Clock Power Management enabled
> > [ 1.712658] Console: switching to colour frame buffer device 160x53
> > [ 1.735555] radeonfb: Backlight initialized (radeonbl0)
> > [ 1.735746] radeonfb (0000:00:10.0): ATI Radeon NP
> > [ 1.738776] Generic RTC Driver v1.07
> > [ 1.738995] Macintosh non-volatile memory driver v1.1
> > ...
> > Note that the function is called twice. Is that correct?
> Yes. That's expected, with different registers though.
> I don't quite get what's going on. I'll have to figure that out with ATI
> if they bother helping...
This all smells to me like a silicon bug, so I'd start searching
in the silicon erratas. But I'm not sure, of course. It's also strange
that it depends on temperature. (That's why I first expected the PMU
would cause this).
Thanks for your help.
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