Any clue to what this means?

Marius Gedminas marius at pov.lt
Fri Jan 23 06:55:52 UTC 2015


On Thu, Jan 22, 2015 at 09:53:14PM -0600, Chris wrote:
> kernel: [120634.414790] [drm:intel_crtc_cursor_set_obj] cursor off
> kernel: [120634.414797] [drm:g4x_check_srwm] SR watermark: display plane
> 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 self-refresh
> is disabled
> kernel: [120634.414803] [drm:g4x_update_wm] Setting FIFO watermarks - A:
> 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 doesn't
> seem to be able to help. Anyone know what this means?

Informational messages from the video driver.

Marius Gedminas
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