[Tracking Requested - why for this release]: This bug was filed from the Socorro interface and is report bp-63537725-dc99-461a-ae5e-8fd6d2160828. ============================================================= Steps To Reproduce: 1. VMware Workstation 12 Player Host OS: Windows10 64bit Guest OS: Ubuntu16.04 64bit LTS 2. Start Nightly Actual Results: Instant crash Regression window: https://hg.mozilla.org/integration/autoland/pushloghtml?fromchange=c807d56a4f2175493cb865ff1a3968f1a978b44e&tochange=32fd2e8a3be820c0a8c9d2210e6cfae990a561d8 Regressed by: Bug 594876
FYI, Nightly51.0a1 works properly on Ubuntu16.04 32bit LTS. So, It seems to affect only Ubuntu16.04 64bit LTS.
How I can disable OpenGL? If not, please backed out the offending Bug 594876 because Nightly51 crashes under VM.
(In reply to Alice0775 White from comment #2) > How I can disable OpenGL? You can set the environment variable MOZ_ACCELERATED to 0. > If not, please backed out the offending Bug 594876 because Nightly51 crashes > under VM. It's more likely that we'll just blacklist away vmwgfx. I'll look into this some more.
Thanks. Nightly51 works as expected when the environment is defined.
Do you mind seeing if setting the environment variable MOZ_DISABLE_CONTEXT_SHARING_GLX to 1 resolves your issue? While I have yet to get VMWare player patched for my kernel version, many of the stacks indicate that the issue could be occurring when attempting to claim the shared GL context.
(In reply to Andrew Comminos [:acomminos] from comment #5) > Do you mind seeing if setting the environment variable > MOZ_DISABLE_CONTEXT_SHARING_GLX to 1 resolves your issue? Setting MOZ_DISABLE_CONTEXT_SHARING_GLX=1 also fixes the crash.
Un-track for 51 as the volume of crash number is very low.
Hi :acomminos, Do you have any updates per comment #6?
Not yet, sorry. Leaving the needinfo flagged as I hope to get VMWare player set up soon to find out whether GLX context sharing is buggy on vmwgfx, or if our paths for it are triggering another issue. FWIW, this crash only affects Nightly by default (we don't enable GL composition on Linux on other channels yet).
Bulk move of gfx-noted bugs without priority to P3 for tracking.
Bug 1288491 should probably be duped against this one, since it seems to have more information.