[PATCH 1/2] present: Ignore TILE_SPLIT tiling flags in page flip check.
mario.kleiner.de at gmail.com
Wed Jun 24 15:48:46 PDT 2015
On 06/24/2015 08:00 PM, Alex Deucher wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 21, 2015 at 6:36 PM, Mario Kleiner
> <mario.kleiner.de at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 06/05/2015 03:10 PM, Alex Deucher wrote:
>>> On Fri, Jun 5, 2015 at 8:33 AM, Mario Kleiner
>>> <mario.kleiner.de at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Mismatched tile split bits between source pixmap
>>>> and target screen pixmap caused present_check_flip
>>>> to reject page flips on at least RV730 (Radeon HD 4670).
>>>> (Source pixmap had 0x1, Target screen pixmap had 0x6000001)
>>>> Mask those tile split bits out to make the check pass and
>>>> page flipping under DRI3/Present work.
>>>> Maybe we should mask out more bits?
>>> I'm not sure if it's safe to do that. Tile split is part of the
>>> tiling configuration in the display registers on evergreen and newer.
>>> It's probably better to try and figure out why the surfaces end up
>>> with different tiling parameters and fix that.
>> Alex, you're right. Just sent out a new patch which hopefully fixes it
>> properly for pre-evergreen, at least it seems to do so in my testing.
>> While looking at it, i found one minor thing which i don't know if it
>> matters, probably not, so just fyi:
>> eg_tile_split() in evergreen_accel.c and eg_tile_split_opp() in
>> radeon_bo_helper.c of the ddx assign the "default" case in the the
>> switch(tile_split) statements inconsistently, iow. eg_tile_split_opp() isn't
>> the "inverse" of eg_tile_split():
>> eg_tile_split(): default: and 4096 bytes map to flag 6.
>> eg_tile_split_opp(): default and flag 4 map to 1024 bytes.
>> Mesa otoh does it consistently:
>> eg_tile_split(): default and 1024 bytes map to flag 4.
>> eg_tile_split(): default and flag 4 map to 1024 bytes.
>> eg_tile_split_rev(): default and 1024 bytes map to flag 4.
>> So it seems the eg_tile_split() "default" case in the ddx evergreen_accel.c
>> is inconsistent with other definitions.
> That should probably be fixed up.
I'll prepare a patch to fix that one mismatched default, so default:
always maps to flag 4.
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