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Applications and Porting / Building Jellyfin for ppc64le?
« on: October 18, 2023, 01:06:45 pm »
Has anyone had success in building jellyfin for ppc64le? It seems to use .net7, which is available for POWER. It seems to need to have a specific platform per the doc here-

I tried to mess with it on almalinux 8 but didn't have much luck. I did try renaming the build.centos.amd64 to build.centos.ppc64el and replacing any references to ppc64el, but it of course wasn't that easy and still just built for x86_64 from what I can tell. That's about the extent of my skillset on that though, I'm not sure what else would need to be done to get it buildable

General CPU Discussion / Safe operating temps of a 10 core power8 cpu?
« on: September 19, 2023, 03:18:10 pm »
I recently purchased a power S812LC with dual 10 core power8 cpu's for my homelab, and good lord the fans are loud on that thing even just idling. I was able to lower the fan speed to tolerable levels with ipmitool, but I wanted to make sure the cpu temps were still within safe levels. With the fans set at about 8500 rpm or so the cpu's are mid-high 60's under load and hover around 60c at idle. I wasn't able to find any definitive answer as to what the safe operating range for the power8 is; chatgpt says it's 85-90c, but it has a habit of being confidently incorrect on things. Should those temps be fine, or do I need to bump the fans up a bit?

I checked the OpenBMC web interface to find it reported in being critical health with 200 high priority errors logged yesterday over the course of about 3 hours, and as far as I can tell it's the same error for all of them.

The error is
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org.open_power.Proc.FSI.Error.MasterDetectionFailureWhen I expand the entry this is what it reads-
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CALLOUT_DEVICE_PATH=/sys/devices/platform/gpio-fsi/fsi0/slave@00:00/raw CALLOUT_ERRNO=0 _PID=8606
Like I said they all appear to be the same error with that same message, although the PID= number is different. My blackbird appeared to have powered off at some point as well, though I don't know when(can I check that somewhere in openbmc?). I stepped away from my pc for the evening before the first was logged and forgot to shut it down for the night, and when I went to use it this morning it was not running.

I'm running void linux as the os, and I couldn't find any logs that would shed any light on it. It seems by default void does have a syslog daemon and I never bothered installing one, oops.

Is this a cause for concern, and should I put a ticket in with RCS about it? It happened once before a few weeks or so ago but I chalked it up to a fluke, I cleared the logs and it seemed to be fine.

Applications and Porting / Firefox 91 ESR on void vs Firefox on Fedora 36
« on: September 23, 2022, 10:26:54 am »
I dual boot void linux and fedora 36 on my Blackbird, and on void I have Firefox ESR 91, and on Fedora I use Firefox 104. One thing I have noticed is that firefox 91-esr is quite a bit quicker with JS related tasks than Firefox 104 on fedora.To be honest it feels just overall snappier. In fact some sites just straight up don't work on firefox 104 whereas they do on firefox 91, such as . The console gives an error (I will post the specific one when I am back home), that when I looked it up has to do with webasm I believe, and I made sure that everything is enabled related to that.

Even just navigating the app menu on firefox 104 is a bit sluggish, and the highlighted option will need a sec to catch up to where my mouse is, while firefox 91 esr on void is quite snappy. What are the differences between these 2 versions, and is it possible to either 91-esr on fedora 36? Or am I missing something regarding the configuration of firefox 104 on fedora?

Blackbird / Issue with blackbird booting with GPU
« on: September 07, 2022, 09:28:10 pm »
Ive been trying to figure out an issue that has popped up on my blackbird I just got. I have an AMD radeon rx460 installed, and I copied the firmware to petitboot per the wiki instructions. I have not had issue except for one in particular.

I dual boot void linux and fedora 36 on 2 separate partitions on the same ssd. If I am booted into fedora and I try rebooting, once I get back to the boot menu and I select fedora(void is my default), after a little bit the system will reset on its own(I have no image but I can hear the system make the usual beep it does once petitboot is booted), but when it comes back up I have no picture at all. I plugged a serial cable in and here is the output that I get right before the blackbird reboots on its own-

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SIGTERM received, booting...
[   30.567440] kexec_core: Starting new kernel
[  732.338553086,3] PHB#0000[0:0]: PHB Freeze/Fence detected !
[  732.338627435,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:             PCI FIR=2000000000000000
[  732.338668357,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:         PCI FIR WOF=2000000000000000
[  732.338708204,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:            NEST FIR=0000800000000000
[  732.338744857,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:        NEST FIR WOF=0000800000000000
[  732.338803303,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:            ERR RPT0=0000000000000001
[  732.338843416,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:            ERR RPT1=0000000000000000
[  732.338886921,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:             AIB ERR=0000200000000000
[  732.339495958,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                  brdgCtl = 00000002
[  732.339564766,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:             deviceStatus = 00200020
[  732.339597369,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:               slotStatus = 00402000
[  732.339634254,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:               linkStatus = e8810008
[  732.339671612,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:             devCmdStatus = 00100107
[  732.339713240,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:             devSecStatus = 00000000
[  732.339746966,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:          rootErrorStatus = 00000000
[  732.339791957,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:          corrErrorStatus = 00000000
[  732.339824504,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:        uncorrErrorStatus = 00000000
[  732.339876364,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                   devctl = 00000020
[  732.339922642,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                  devStat = 00000020
[  732.339965476,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                  tlpHdr1 = 00000000
[  732.340001543,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                  tlpHdr2 = 00000000
[  732.340043233,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                  tlpHdr3 = 00000000         
[  732.340080492,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                  tlpHdr4 = 00000000         
[  732.340114836,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                 sourceId = 00000000         
[  732.340146126,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                     nFir = 0000800000000000 
[  732.340184116,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                 nFirMask = 0030001c00000000 
[  732.340224442,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                  nFirWOF = 0000800000000000 
[  732.340265905,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                 phbPlssr = 0000001800000000 
[  732.340308697,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                   phbCsr = 0000001800000000 
[  732.340349077,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                   lemFir = 0000000100100100 
[  732.340384576,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:             lemErrorMask = 0000000000000000 
[  732.340421385,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                   lemWOF = 0000000100000000 
[  732.340460422,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:           phbErrorStatus = 00000c8000000000 
[  732.340513791,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:      phbFirstErrorStatus = 0000008000000000 
[  732.340555510,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:             phbErrorLog0 = 2148000098000240 
[  732.340600566,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:             phbErrorLog1 = a008400000000000 
[  732.340640851,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:        phbTxeErrorStatus = 0000000000000000 
[  732.340677533,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:   phbTxeFirstErrorStatus = 0000000000000000 
[  732.340717880,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:          phbTxeErrorLog0 = 0000000000000000 
[  732.340759339,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:          phbTxeErrorLog1 = 0000000000000000 
[  732.340800798,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:     phbRxeArbErrorStatus = 0000000020000000 
[  732.340842211,3] PHB#0000[0:0]: phbRxeArbFrstErrorStatus = 0000000020000000 
[  732.340878983,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:       phbRxeArbErrorLog0 = 8080000000000000 
[  732.340917996,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:       phbRxeArbErrorLog1 = 0000000000000000 
[  732.340955935,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:     phbRxeMrgErrorStatus = 0000000000000001 
[  732.340996027,3] PHB#0000[0:0]: phbRxeMrgFrstErrorStatus = 0000000000000001 
[  732.341039826,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:       phbRxeMrgErrorLog0 = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341082502,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:       phbRxeMrgErrorLog1 = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341124221,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:     phbRxeTceErrorStatus = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341163276,3] PHB#0000[0:0]: phbRxeTceFrstErrorStatus = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341197728,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:       phbRxeTceErrorLog0 = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341234469,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:       phbRxeTceErrorLog1 = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341278243,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:        phbPblErrorStatus = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341319709,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:   phbPblFirstErrorStatus = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341361147,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:          phbPblErrorLog0 = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341400227,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:          phbPblErrorLog1 = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341439224,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:      phbPcieDlpErrorLog1 = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341476032,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:      phbPcieDlpErrorLog2 = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341518708,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:    phbPcieDlpErrorStatus = 0000000000000000 
[  732.341575426,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:       phbRegbErrorStatus = 0010000000000000 
[  732.341616940,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:  phbRegbFirstErrorStatus = 0010000000000000 
[  732.341658504,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:         phbRegbErrorLog0 = 8800005800000000 
[  732.341693140,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:         phbRegbErrorLog1 = 0000000007011000 
[  732.341741902,3] PHB#0000[0:0]:                PEST[1ff] = 3740002a01000000 0

After the system reboots on its own, it will boot into the os, I was able to SSH into my fedora os, and I coudl watch the boot process through a serial cable. If I shut the system down either through the os via serial console or just holding the power button, and then powering it back on I can get an image off my video card and boot into the OS just fine. But rebooting is where the issues start. Strangely if I have a serial cable plugged in to the system prior to powering it on the issue doesn't happen at all. I can reboot all day long.

This is not an issue with my void linux partition. I can reboot void linux and select void linux from the boot menu and it boots normally.

If I remove the jumper to enable the onboard hdmi the same thing happens. I also notice the image on the onboard hdmi was really colorful, but it went back the correct colors right as I went to grab my phone to take a picture. The weird colors haven't returned since, so maybe it was just my cable.

With the my rx460 removed and just running off the onboard hdmi I don't get the problem. I then tried another video card I have, an amd r5 240, and it also does not produce the issue. Erasing BOOTKERNFW seems to resolve the problem, so could it just be the gpu firmware? I used the firmware from void linux which has a 5.18 kernel version

Blackbird / Requst for someone who has a blackbird
« on: April 22, 2022, 12:14:21 pm »
The blackbird has been back-ordered for a good while now, I placed an order for one in april of last year for one myself. I didn't mind waiting, but it has been a year since then. To be honest I am growing rather tired of waiting, so I have a proposition to a current blackbird owner-

If you have one you are not really doing much with, would you be willing to do a trade with me? I am offering my on-order blackbird for your current system. I'll cover any costs pertaining to shipping. The one I have on order is the 4 core bundle with a 3u heatsink.

I figure it doesn't hurt to ask, and if someone is willing to take me up on this we can work out the logistics of having my order sent to you.

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