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Thread: DRM Base PRIME Support Part Of VGEM Work

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    Default DRM Base PRIME Support Part Of VGEM Work

    Phoronix: DRM Base PRIME Support Part Of VGEM Work

    Remember the proof of concept PRIME multi-GPU rendering / GPU offloading work that was being hacked on two years ago? Work on it has been resurrected and could make it into the kernel when the VGEM driver is ready...

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    Nov 2008


    Interesting. If I understand correctly, VGEM could work for applications that want to do their own software rendering more efficiently because it provides a kernel RAM buffer directly (why can't such buffer also be provided by regular DRI2 API?), and DMA-BUF can help with DMA-copying that buffer to VRAM, from where it can be composited as a window in desktop, or even a fullscreen. And same can be done with multi-GPU.

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