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RX Vega 64 freezes system during HW accel encode (eg Premiere Pro/Davinci Resolve export), 100% reproducible
SOLVED! Or at least, worked-around.
After five weeks of testing and many dozens of hours fiddling with config, and attempting to render things, I have finally identified the problem :)
The summary: The problem is somehow caused by HDMI/DP audio. If I disable AppleGFXHDA.kext such that I get no HDMI/DP outputs, I get zero GPU freezes. Confirmed in both 10.14.6 and 10.15.1b3. Last night I left Premiere Pro rendering a 7+ hour video, taking 6 hours and producing a 55GB MP4 file.
Further details: I am disabling AppleGFXHDA.kext using OpenCore config, like so:
It seems it's not possible to block Kexts in this way using Clover. So for Clover one could can just move /System/Library/Extensions/AppleGFXHDA.kext to somewhere else, such that it can't load. There are also other ways to block kexts under Clover, like putting in a dummy kext.
Comment Disable AppleGFXHDA Enabled Identifier com.apple.driver.AppleGFXHDA MaxKernel MinKernel
Further edited update: It's now a month later. I moved the Vega 64 into my main Hack, a legacy boot X58 system still using Clover. It's been rock solid ever since; I've done a lot of HW encoding/decoding, and haven't had a single crash. I'm using the basic method of stopping AppleGFXHDA from loading: I just moved it out of /System/Library/Extensions. This means I'd need to repeat this after each update, so I may investigate a better way in future (eg dummy kext).
Note that it doesn't matter whether any HDMI/DP sound source is selected in Sound Preferences. Just their existence is enough to trigger the problem, at least on my systems. As I mentioned in a previous comment, the issue appears to be much worse when DisplayPort is used. If I connect my three monitors only using HDMI, I am able to encode/decode for a long time, and may not get the freeze for hours. But it will come eventually. With DP monitors connected, it comes within minutes. With GFXHDA disabled, it does not happen at all, regardless of the number of DP monitors connected; I currently have two DP monitors connected.
Fortunately for me I do not need HDMI/DP sound, as both my Hacks use USB sound cards. So I am fine with disabling AppleGFXHDA permanently if necessary.
But that still does leave the question as to why HDMI/DP audio cause these freezes for me. I'm going to post on the WhateverGreen thread on InsanelyMac to report these findings. It's quite possible there's a better fix than just disabling GFXHDA completely. Maybe some SSDT fix to the HDA device on the GPU that could resolve the problem - or at least using an SSDT to disable the HDA device, removing the need to disable AppleGFXHDA.
I will leave my original post below so that it can be found via Google in case this can help anyone having the same issue I was:
I've been battling with a major GPU issue with my Vega 64 ever since I bought it (5+ weeks ago), and despite dozens of hours of testing and experimentation, plus posting on forums, I'm no nearer resolving it.
Apologies for this long post and info dump, but I've worked on this so long I've collected quite a lot of info, and I figured that if anyone does have any time to help me with it, it'd be best to give all the info I can.
EDIT: Further testing has revealed that this problem occurs far more when one or more DisplayPort monitors is connected. When I have only HDMI monitors plugged in, I managed to get hours of H264 encoding done with Premiere Pro and Resolve. I initially thought the problem was fixed, until I eventually triggered it again while playing about in Resolve, not actually encoding anything at the time, just experimenting.
I have a Gigabyte AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 GAMING OC 8GB. It has 6 outputs: 3 x DP, 3 x HDMI. I bought it to help my video editing work, in particular HW accelerated decode/encode for H264.
The issue I have is that whenever I use this GPU for extended H264 encoding work, eg exporting a Premiere Pro 2019, Davinci Resolve 16.1 project or Final Cut Pro H264 project, all monitors will freeze after some amount of encoding. In Premiere Pro and Resolve it's usually after about 2-5 minutes of encoding; in Final Cut Pro I managed an 8-10 minute export that completed fine, only for the next export to fail after less than 1 minute.
After these failures occur I can still SSH into the system and read logs, but the GPU is effectively dead from that point forward, and the only option is to do a hard reset. (Or in Catalina, it will auto-restart after about 5 minutes.)
I have two desktop hacks, neither of which has a (supported) iGPU.
- X58 Legacy:
- CPU: Intel Xeon X5670 (Westmere)
- Mobo: Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R 2.0
- Bootloader: Clover 4945 Legacy
- SMBIOS: MacPro 5.1
- Kexts: Lilu, WhateverGreen, AppleALC, FakeSMC
- macOS: 10.14.6
- Monitors: 5 (3 x DP + 2 x DVI)
- H77 UEFI:
- CPU: Intel i5-3550 (Ivy Bridge)
- Mobo: Asus P8H77M
- Bootloader: OC 0.5.2 or Clover 5096
- OC compiled from Github, Clover 5096 from release package.
- SMBIOS: iMacPro 1.1 (or iMac 14.2 with shikigva=96)
- Kexts: Lilu, WhateverGreen, AppleALC, VirtualSMC
- All Kexts are currently the latest code from Github, self compiled
- macOS: Currently 10.15.1 beta 3, with 10.14.6 available on a second SSD.
- BIOS: CSM disabled, Above 4G decoding enabled (not sure if this matters without an iGPU)
- Monitors: 3 (1 x DP, 2 x HDMI)
In my X58 Legacy system, I have huge general problems with the Vega GPU: I can only boot with one monitor connected, else the system hangs before login screen. I need to unplug all but one monitor, then boot, then put the system to sleep, then wake it up, after which I will get a picture on all 5 monitors and the system then works. Except my 4K monitor often only gets a black screen, and requires multiple unplugs/replugs before a picture appears. These issues are similar to, but worse than, my previous GPU, an AMD R9 280X which also has 6 outputs. With the R9 280X, I can boot with all monitors connected, but only get a picture on one from boot. I then need to sleep and wake, after which I get a picture on all screens and can use the system. I believe all these issues stem from the fact that it's Legacy boot.
In my H77 UEFI, the Vega 64 GPU generally works OK: I get a picture on all monitors from boot, no need to sleep. Everything seems fine, unless/until I try extended H264 encoding, eg with Premiere Pro or Resolve. Then it will freeze 100% reproducibly. The freeze can also happen with other H264 encoding, eg using a screen capture utility, but this usually takes a lot longer to happen (30-60 minutes).
What I've tested:
I stopped testing in the X58 fairly quickly as that is my primary system and I need it reliable for day-to-day work, and also because I assumed it might be even harder to get it working in such an old, legacy boot system, versus a slightly more modern UEFI system.
So all of the following permutations have been tested in the H77 UEFI system:
- Clover versions: 4945, 5070, 5096
- OpenCore: 0.5.2 (compiled 23/10/2019)
- WhateverGreen versions: 1.3.1, 1.3.2, 1.3.3 (prior to 1.3.1 the system can't reach login due to purple-lines VRAM issue resolved by 1.3.1)
- macOS versions: 10.14.5, 10.14.6, 10.15.0, 10.15.1 beta 3
- Tested with and without WEG, and with various combos of WEG options eg agdpmod variants.
- Tested with Clover InjectATI on and off
- Setting Clover's InjectATI to Yes changes the GPU name from "Radeon RX Vega 64" (no InjectATI) to "AMD Radeon RX Vega 64" (InjectATI=Yes), and for some reason causes my Geekbench 4 score to go up from 145k to 200k. However other benchmarks (eg Heaven) don't change, and InjectATI=Yes causes some issue with the GPU fan, causing it to get stuck on full, like used to happen for all Vega 64s before 10.14.5. I don't quite understand what InjectATI is changing to cause these differences, but it doesn't fix my core problem so I leave it turned off when booted via Clover.
- SMBIOS: iMacPro 1.1; MacPro 7.1; iMac 14.2 + shikigva=96 shiki-id=Mac-7BA5B2D9E42DDD94 boot arg
- Tested with and without BIOS Above 4G Decoding enabled
- + more I have likely forgotten.
Between 2 and 5 minutes after I start a Premiere Pro or Davinci Resolve export set to Hardware H264 encoding, the picture on all monitors will freeze. SSHing from another system and monitoring logs (eg with log stream --predicate 'process == "kernel"' --style syslog) will show a huge flood of errors, mostly from IOAcceleratorFamily2.
Here is a brief sample of the sort of errors I get:
localhost kernel: (IOAcceleratorFamily2)Those example log lines are from Catalina 10.15.1 beta3. In 10.14.5 and 10.14.6 the log lines are basically the same. The first message is always IOAccelFenceMachine::fence_timeout, which repeats a bunch of times, followed by a flood of other, similar errors. The system never recovers - even running sudo shutdown -r now in SSH will not do anything. Either it just hangs there forever until manual reset (in 10.14.x), or eventually it automatically restarts (in 10.15.x).
void IOAccelFenceMachine::fence_timeout(IOTimerEventSource *): AMDRadeonAccelerator prodding blockFenceInterrupt localhost kernel: (IOAcceleratorFamily2) virtual IOReturn IOAccelEventMachine2::waitForStamp(int32_t, stamp_t, stamp_t *): initial wait for 1 second expired. Continue wait for 4 seconds. stamp 37998 (gpu_stamp=37996) localhost kernel: (IOAcceleratorFamily2) virtual void IOAccelEventMachineFast2::checkGPUProgress() - Signaling hardware error on channel 0.. localhost kernel: (IOAcceleratorFamily2) void IOAccelEventMachine2::signalHardwareError(eRestartRequest, int32_t): GPURestartSignaled stampIdx=0 type=2 prevType=0 numStamps=22
For a complete Console error log, please see here.
And this link shows logs from another crash, filtered to show only kernel messages; this makes it easier to see all the kernel errors, without random messages from applications.
Here is a Google Drive folder link, containing:
- My Clover 5096 config and files.
- Note that the DSDT and some of the config was setup for me by Mald0n of the Olarila forum, so I can't say I 100% know what everything is doing here (to my shame!)
- The active config.plist in the ZIP is currently set to iMac14,2 and therefore doesn't have HW accel being enabled, but there are two other config.plists for iMacPro 1.1 and iMac14,2 with shikigva. Other than SMBIOS and bootargs, the three configs should be identical.
- My OpenCore config and files.
- This config I made myself, following your wonderful /hackintosh OpenCore IvyBridge tutorial :)
- My DSDT origin files, as created by hitting F4 in Clover. In case any SSDT/DSDT change might help.
- An IOreg export (ioreg version 2.1), taken in Catalina 10.15.1b3, when booted with OpenCore.
If anyone has any time to investigate this I would be super grateful. Right now I have to boot my H77 system into Windows to do any H264 encoding stuff, and my main system, the X58, has no HW h264/h265 encode/decode at all, as the R9 280X doesn't support it in macOS.
I am hoping to buy a new(er) computer soon, but even when I do I hoped to use the Vega 64 in it, and right now I don't even know if this GPU will work reliable in any system.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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