Activity log for bug #252094

Date Who What changed Old value New value Message
2008-07-26 10:55:41 bingo bug added bug
2008-07-26 10:55:41 bingo bug added attachment 'Xorg.0.log' (Xorg.0.log output)
2008-07-26 10:56:15 bingo title Poor graphics performance on Intel G965 system, ubuntu 8.10 alpah 3 Poor graphics performance on Intel G965 system, ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3
2008-07-26 10:59:40 bingo bug added attachment 'xorg.conf' (xorg.conf file)
2008-07-28 04:28:08 Störm Poorun bug added attachment 'xorg.conf.amended.txt' (Working xorg.conf for GMA965 chipsets under hardy 4.1 or intrepid k/ubuntu.)
2008-07-28 19:50:32 oss_test_launchpad xserver-xorg-video-intel: status New Confirmed
2008-07-29 07:45:43 bingo description Binary package hint: xserver-xorg-video-intel I experience significant performance loss with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3 with my Intel DG965WH based system and SVDO/ADD2 video card. Actually, the performance loss started with ubuntu 8.04.1; I upgraded to see if there was any performance gain with the new version. While "glxgears" produced values between 1580 fps and 1496 fps with ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10, respectively, now I can only achieve something like 445 fps with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3. I get an error message when starting glxgears that "TTM" was not available and classic mode would be used. Similary, the flight simulator "flightgear" achieves frames rates of 1-2 fps only. My suspicion is that some of the hardware acceleration features of the X3100 system are not being used, and I don't know how to activate them with the new xorg.conf structure and the underlying automatic configuration approach. I would like to see the graphics performance go back to the values achieved in ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10. Your help / comment is greatly appreciated. Bingo Binary package hint: xserver-xorg-video-intel I experience significant performance loss with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3 with my Intel DG965WH based system and SVDO/ADD2 video card. Actually, the performance loss started with ubuntu 8.04.1; I upgraded to see if there was any performance gain with the new version. While "glxgears" produced values between 1580 fps and 1496 fps with ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10, respectively, now I can only achieve something like 445 fps with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3. I get an error message when starting glxgears that "TTM" was not available and classic mode would be used. Similary, the flight simulator "flightgear" achieves frames rates of 1-2 fps only. My suspicion is that some of the hardware acceleration features of the X3000 system are not being used, and I don't know how to activate them with the new xorg.conf structure and the underlying automatic configuration approach. I would like to see the graphics performance go back to the values achieved in ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10. Your help / comment is greatly appreciated. Bingo
2008-11-03 09:45:35 Marc Nieper-Wißkirchen title Poor graphics performance on Intel G965 system, ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3 Poor graphics performance and rendering errors on Intel GM965 system, Ubuntu 8.10
2008-11-09 16:12:30 Kornel Jahn bug added attachment 'results.tar.gz' (Log files and benchmark results, Ubuntu 8.10 vs. Sidux 2008-03)
2008-11-09 16:54:03 Kornel Jahn bug added attachment 'results.tar.gz' (Log files and benchmark results, Ubuntu 8.10 vs. Sidux 2008-03)
2008-11-14 17:51:09 Paulo Fidalgo bug added subscriber canonical-xorg
2008-11-19 14:13:11 ybg bug added attachment 'Xorg.0.log' (Xorg.0.log)
2008-11-28 22:30:19 Cássio Freitas bug added attachment 'screenshot.png' (Moving GLGears window with Compiz Fusion)
2008-12-08 19:59:34 Alvaro Leal (Effenberg0x0) bug added attachment 'xorg.conf' (xorg.conf)
2008-12-17 08:24:43 Bryce Harrington title Poor graphics performance and rendering errors on Intel GM965 system, Ubuntu 8.10 [i965] Poor graphics performance and rendering errors on Intel GM965 system, Ubuntu 8.10
2008-12-20 02:31:15 Bryce Harrington xserver-xorg-video-intel: status Confirmed Incomplete
2008-12-20 07:51:13 Bryce Harrington bug assigned to xserver-xorg-video-intel
2008-12-20 07:51:42 Bryce Harrington xserver-xorg-video-intel: status Incomplete Triaged
2008-12-20 07:51:42 Bryce Harrington xserver-xorg-video-intel: importance Undecided Medium
2008-12-21 02:16:22 Bug Watch Updater xserver-xorg-video-intel: status Unknown Confirmed
2008-12-22 15:40:03 Kamus bug added attachment 'Xorg.0.log.old' (Xorg.log)
2008-12-31 07:55:06 Saku Ytti bug added attachment 'Xorg.0.log' (Xorg.0.log)
2009-01-07 21:38:56 ucdsombooks xserver-xorg-video-intel: status Triaged Confirmed
2009-01-09 08:33:28 Bryce Harrington xserver-xorg-video-intel: status Confirmed In Progress
2009-01-09 08:33:28 Bryce Harrington xserver-xorg-video-intel: importance Medium Wishlist
2009-01-09 08:33:28 Bryce Harrington xserver-xorg-video-intel: statusexplanation [Setting as In Progress and Wishlist as per my previous post]
2009-01-09 08:47:20 Bryce Harrington description Binary package hint: xserver-xorg-video-intel I experience significant performance loss with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3 with my Intel DG965WH based system and SVDO/ADD2 video card. Actually, the performance loss started with ubuntu 8.04.1; I upgraded to see if there was any performance gain with the new version. While "glxgears" produced values between 1580 fps and 1496 fps with ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10, respectively, now I can only achieve something like 445 fps with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3. I get an error message when starting glxgears that "TTM" was not available and classic mode would be used. Similary, the flight simulator "flightgear" achieves frames rates of 1-2 fps only. My suspicion is that some of the hardware acceleration features of the X3000 system are not being used, and I don't know how to activate them with the new xorg.conf structure and the underlying automatic configuration approach. I would like to see the graphics performance go back to the values achieved in ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10. Your help / comment is greatly appreciated. Bingo I experience significant performance loss with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3 with my Intel DG965WH based system and SVDO/ADD2 video card. Actually, the performance loss started with ubuntu 8.04.1; I upgraded to see if there was any performance gain with the new version. While "glxgears" produced values between 1580 fps and 1496 fps with ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10, respectively, now I can only achieve something like 445 fps with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3. I get an error message when starting glxgears that "TTM" was not available and classic mode would be used. Similary, the flight simulator "flightgear" achieves frames rates of 1-2 fps only. My suspicion is that some of the hardware acceleration features of the X3000 system are not being used, and I don't know how to activate them with the new xorg.conf structure and the underlying automatic configuration approach. I would like to see the graphics performance go back to the values achieved in ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10. Your help / comment is greatly appreciated. Bingo [Update] Intel upstream has been in a multi-year effort to rearchitect X and the Intel 2D and 3D driver to provide better performance. While this work is underway, people are seeing variations in performance levels from version to version, for a variety of reasons. There are probably multiple unrelated bugs being reported to this bug report. It is important to note and remember that glxgears is *not* a benchmark tool. It simply measures how fast the driver writes images to the screen, whereas most 3D applications are limited by render speed, not merely blit speed. Instead use a 3D game (flightgear, tremulous, etc.) that has a real rendering workload to make comparisons. If you're definitely seeing performance problems, please do not comment onto this bug report - it's too lengthy and rambling already, and your issue will just be lost in the noise. Instead, make a new report and please be as specific as possible with exact steps to reproduce and as much detail and logs as you can. See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Reporting for tips on making a good X bug report.
2009-01-09 08:47:20 Bryce Harrington title [i965] Poor graphics performance and rendering errors on Intel GM965 system, Ubuntu 8.10 [i965, etc.] Poor graphics performance on Intel
2009-01-09 19:03:46 Wesley Velroij bug added attachment 'snapshot2.png' (opengl info from kde infocentrum)
2009-01-16 22:17:04 Luciano Ziegler bug added attachment 'Screenshot-Untitled Window.png' (Screenshot-Untitled Window.png)
2009-01-28 03:58:10 Bryce Harrington description I experience significant performance loss with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3 with my Intel DG965WH based system and SVDO/ADD2 video card. Actually, the performance loss started with ubuntu 8.04.1; I upgraded to see if there was any performance gain with the new version. While "glxgears" produced values between 1580 fps and 1496 fps with ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10, respectively, now I can only achieve something like 445 fps with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3. I get an error message when starting glxgears that "TTM" was not available and classic mode would be used. Similary, the flight simulator "flightgear" achieves frames rates of 1-2 fps only. My suspicion is that some of the hardware acceleration features of the X3000 system are not being used, and I don't know how to activate them with the new xorg.conf structure and the underlying automatic configuration approach. I would like to see the graphics performance go back to the values achieved in ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10. Your help / comment is greatly appreciated. Bingo [Update] Intel upstream has been in a multi-year effort to rearchitect X and the Intel 2D and 3D driver to provide better performance. While this work is underway, people are seeing variations in performance levels from version to version, for a variety of reasons. There are probably multiple unrelated bugs being reported to this bug report. It is important to note and remember that glxgears is *not* a benchmark tool. It simply measures how fast the driver writes images to the screen, whereas most 3D applications are limited by render speed, not merely blit speed. Instead use a 3D game (flightgear, tremulous, etc.) that has a real rendering workload to make comparisons. If you're definitely seeing performance problems, please do not comment onto this bug report - it's too lengthy and rambling already, and your issue will just be lost in the noise. Instead, make a new report and please be as specific as possible with exact steps to reproduce and as much detail and logs as you can. See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Reporting for tips on making a good X bug report. I experience significant performance loss with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3 with my Intel DG965WH based system and SVDO/ADD2 video card. Actually, the performance loss started with ubuntu 8.04.1; I upgraded to see if there was any performance gain with the new version. While "glxgears" produced values between 1580 fps and 1496 fps with ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10, respectively, now I can only achieve something like 445 fps with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3. I get an error message when starting glxgears that "TTM" was not available and classic mode would be used. Similary, the flight simulator "flightgear" achieves frames rates of 1-2 fps only. My suspicion is that some of the hardware acceleration features of the X3000 system are not being used, and I don't know how to activate them with the new xorg.conf structure and the underlying automatic configuration approach. I would like to see the graphics performance go back to the values achieved in ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10. Your help / comment is greatly appreciated. Bingo [Update] Intel upstream has been in a multi-year effort to rearchitect X and the Intel 2D and 3D driver to provide better performance. While this work is underway, people are seeing variations in performance levels from version to version, for a variety of reasons. There are probably multiple unrelated bugs being reported to this bug report. It is important to note and remember that glxgears is *not* a benchmark tool. It simply measures how fast the driver writes images to the screen, whereas most 3D applications are limited by render speed, not merely blit speed. Instead use a 3D game (flightgear, tremulous, etc.) that has a real rendering workload to make comparisons. If you're definitely seeing performance problems and are able to narrow it to a specific cause, please do not comment onto this bug report - it's too lengthy and rambling already, and your issue will just be lost in the noise. Instead, make a new report and please be as specific as possible with exact steps to reproduce and as much detail and logs as you can. See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Reporting for tips on making a good X bug report.
2009-01-28 04:10:47 Bryce Harrington description I experience significant performance loss with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3 with my Intel DG965WH based system and SVDO/ADD2 video card. Actually, the performance loss started with ubuntu 8.04.1; I upgraded to see if there was any performance gain with the new version. While "glxgears" produced values between 1580 fps and 1496 fps with ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10, respectively, now I can only achieve something like 445 fps with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3. I get an error message when starting glxgears that "TTM" was not available and classic mode would be used. Similary, the flight simulator "flightgear" achieves frames rates of 1-2 fps only. My suspicion is that some of the hardware acceleration features of the X3000 system are not being used, and I don't know how to activate them with the new xorg.conf structure and the underlying automatic configuration approach. I would like to see the graphics performance go back to the values achieved in ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10. Your help / comment is greatly appreciated. Bingo [Update] Intel upstream has been in a multi-year effort to rearchitect X and the Intel 2D and 3D driver to provide better performance. While this work is underway, people are seeing variations in performance levels from version to version, for a variety of reasons. There are probably multiple unrelated bugs being reported to this bug report. It is important to note and remember that glxgears is *not* a benchmark tool. It simply measures how fast the driver writes images to the screen, whereas most 3D applications are limited by render speed, not merely blit speed. Instead use a 3D game (flightgear, tremulous, etc.) that has a real rendering workload to make comparisons. If you're definitely seeing performance problems and are able to narrow it to a specific cause, please do not comment onto this bug report - it's too lengthy and rambling already, and your issue will just be lost in the noise. Instead, make a new report and please be as specific as possible with exact steps to reproduce and as much detail and logs as you can. See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Reporting for tips on making a good X bug report. I experience significant performance loss with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3 with my Intel DG965WH based system and SVDO/ADD2 video card. Actually, the performance loss started with ubuntu 8.04.1; I upgraded to see if there was any performance gain with the new version. While "glxgears" produced values between 1580 fps and 1496 fps with ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10, respectively, now I can only achieve something like 445 fps with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3. I get an error message when starting glxgears that "TTM" was not available and classic mode would be used. Similary, the flight simulator "flightgear" achieves frames rates of 1-2 fps only. My suspicion is that some of the hardware acceleration features of the X3000 system are not being used, and I don't know how to activate them with the new xorg.conf structure and the underlying automatic configuration approach. I would like to see the graphics performance go back to the values achieved in ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10. Your help / comment is greatly appreciated. Bingo [Update] Intel upstream has been in a multi-year effort to rearchitect X and the Intel 2D and 3D driver to provide better performance. While this work is underway, people are seeing variations in performance levels from version to version, for a variety of reasons. There are probably multiple unrelated bugs being reported in the comments here. It is important to note and remember that glxgears is *not* a benchmark tool. It simply measures how fast the driver writes images to the screen, whereas most 3D applications are limited by render speed, not merely blit speed. Instead use a 3D game (flightgear, tremulous, etc.) that has a real rendering workload to make comparisons. If you're definitely seeing performance problems and are able to narrow it to a specific cause, please do not comment onto this bug report - it's too lengthy and rambling already, and your issue will just be lost in the noise. Instead, make a new report and please be as specific as possible with exact steps to reproduce and as much detail and logs as you can. See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Reporting for tips on making a good X bug report.
2009-01-28 04:10:47 Bryce Harrington title [i965, etc.] Poor graphics performance on Intel MASTER: Poor graphics performance on Intel
2009-01-29 15:49:30 Sergiy Zuban bug added attachment 'intel-upgrade.txt' (intel-upgrade.txt)
2009-03-13 05:42:23 Luciano Ziegler bug added attachment 'Screenshot-System Monitor.png' (Screenshot-System Monitor.png)
2009-03-15 06:55:52 bingo bug added attachment 'Xorg.0.log' (Xorg.0.log)
2009-04-06 17:34:29 Michael Monreal removed subscriber Michael Monreal
2009-04-08 09:42:47 Feistybird attachment added broken-image.png.tar.gz http://launchpadlibrarian.net/25010185/broken-image.png.tar.gz
2009-04-08 17:15:49 Bryce Harrington description I experience significant performance loss with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3 with my Intel DG965WH based system and SVDO/ADD2 video card. Actually, the performance loss started with ubuntu 8.04.1; I upgraded to see if there was any performance gain with the new version. While "glxgears" produced values between 1580 fps and 1496 fps with ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10, respectively, now I can only achieve something like 445 fps with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3. I get an error message when starting glxgears that "TTM" was not available and classic mode would be used. Similary, the flight simulator "flightgear" achieves frames rates of 1-2 fps only. My suspicion is that some of the hardware acceleration features of the X3000 system are not being used, and I don't know how to activate them with the new xorg.conf structure and the underlying automatic configuration approach. I would like to see the graphics performance go back to the values achieved in ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10. Your help / comment is greatly appreciated. Bingo [Update] Intel upstream has been in a multi-year effort to rearchitect X and the Intel 2D and 3D driver to provide better performance. While this work is underway, people are seeing variations in performance levels from version to version, for a variety of reasons. There are probably multiple unrelated bugs being reported in the comments here. It is important to note and remember that glxgears is *not* a benchmark tool. It simply measures how fast the driver writes images to the screen, whereas most 3D applications are limited by render speed, not merely blit speed. Instead use a 3D game (flightgear, tremulous, etc.) that has a real rendering workload to make comparisons. If you're definitely seeing performance problems and are able to narrow it to a specific cause, please do not comment onto this bug report - it's too lengthy and rambling already, and your issue will just be lost in the noise. Instead, make a new report and please be as specific as possible with exact steps to reproduce and as much detail and logs as you can. See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Reporting for tips on making a good X bug report. I experience significant performance loss with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3 with my Intel DG965WH based system and SVDO/ADD2 video card. Actually, the performance loss started with ubuntu 8.04.1; I upgraded to see if there was any performance gain with the new version. While "glxgears" produced values between 1580 fps and 1496 fps with ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10, respectively, now I can only achieve something like 445 fps with ubuntu 8.10 alpha 3. I get an error message when starting glxgears that "TTM" was not available and classic mode would be used. Similary, the flight simulator "flightgear" achieves frames rates of 1-2 fps only. My suspicion is that some of the hardware acceleration features of the X3000 system are not being used, and I don't know how to activate them with the new xorg.conf structure and the underlying automatic configuration approach. I would like to see the graphics performance go back to the values achieved in ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10. Your help / comment is greatly appreciated. Bingo [Update] Intel upstream has been in a multi-year effort to rearchitect X and the Intel 2D and 3D driver to provide better performance. While this work is underway, people are seeing variations in performance levels from version to version, for a variety of reasons. There are probably multiple unrelated bugs being reported in the comments here. It is important to note and remember that glxgears is *not* a benchmark tool. It simply measures how fast the driver writes images to the screen, whereas most 3D applications are limited by render speed, not merely blit speed. Instead use a 3D game (flightgear, tremulous, etc.) that has a real rendering workload to make comparisons. If you're definitely seeing performance problems and are able to narrow it to a specific cause, please do not comment onto this bug report - it's too lengthy and rambling already, and your issue will just be lost in the noise. Instead, make a new report and please be as specific as possible with exact steps to reproduce and as much detail and logs as you can. See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Reporting for tips on making a good X bug report. A troubleshooting guide, with additional background about performance issues on Intel is available at: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Troubleshooting/IntelPerformance
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2009-05-06 21:00:51 Bryce Harrington tags 965gm glx gm45 intel intrepid valid-xorg-conf x3100 965gm glx gm45 intel intrepid performance valid-xorg-conf x3100
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2010-09-14 05:15:37 Bug Watch Updater xserver-xorg-video-intel: status Invalid Won't Fix
2010-09-14 05:15:37 Bug Watch Updater xserver-xorg-video-intel: importance Unknown High
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