Any clue to what this means?
saqman2060 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 23 05:44:13 UTC 2015
On Thu, Jan 22, 2015 at 10:53 PM, Chris <cpollock at embarqmail.com> wrote:
> kernel: [120634.414790] [drm:intel_crtc_cursor_set_obj] cursor off
> kernel: [120634.414797] [drm:g4x_check_srwm] SR watermark: display
> 92, cursor 2
> kernel: [120634.414799] [drm:g4x_check_srwm] display watermark is too
> large(92/63), disabling
> kernel: [120634.414801] [drm:intel_set_memory_cxsr] memory
> is disabled
> kernel: [120634.414803] [drm:g4x_update_wm] Setting FIFO watermarks -
> plane=40, cursor=2, B: plane=2, cursor=2, SR: plane=0, cursor=0
> I've been seeing this in my syslog for a few days now and Google
> seem to be able to help. Anyone know what this means?
I am taking a guess here, but it looks like the kernel is
re-registering your cursor attributes. Perhaps what the kernel is
expecting and what the cursor is causes conflicts. Hope someone here
could share more insight. The ubuntu kernel mailing list might be a
good place to ask this question.
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