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update 1.4 - udev high load, no graphics

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Hi there,

I just did the update to 1.4 following the instructions. 

Finally after solving some dependency issues the system now compile without any problems.

Unfortunately I can't start xdm anymore using sddm and KDE as DE. As soon as I start xdm the computer freezes and I can't do anything.

I found out that the computer is still available by ssh and stuff like htop works, a reboot does not.

I'm not sure if that is connected but udevd is generating 100% cpu load right after boot and dmesg gives me following message

worker [5203] /devices/pci0000:40/0000:40:03.1/0000:41:00.0 is taking a long time
[   76.636036] elogind-daemon[6746]: New seat seat0.
[   76.637282] elogind-daemon[6746]: Watching system buttons on /dev/input/event1 (Power Button)
[   76.637337] elogind-daemon[6746]: Watching system buttons on /dev/input/event0 (Power Button)
[   76.754160] elogind-daemon[6746]: Watching system buttons on /dev/input/event17 (LOGITECH G110 G-keys Keypad)
[   76.766173] elogind-daemon[6746]: Watching system buttons on /dev/input/event19 (Gaming Keyboard G110)
[   76.776171] elogind-daemon[6746]: Watching system buttons on /dev/input/event14 (ROCCAT ROCCAT Kova Consumer Control)
[   76.787788] elogind-daemon[6746]: New session c1 of user xxxxx.
[  163.540917] elogind-daemon[6746]: New session c2 of user root.
[  188.079028] udevd[5156]: worker [5203] /devices/pci0000:40/0000:40:03.1/0000:41:00.0 timeout; kill it
[  188.079049] udevd[5156]: seq 2350 '/devices/pci0000:40/0000:40:03.1/0000:41:00.0' killed

The kernel I use is a self generated 4.19.27-gentoo-r1 that worked before the update and should not be the problem I guess.

I have added the gfx-card-nvidia mix-in since I'm using the NVIDIA drivers.

 

Thanks in advance for any help.

 

 

 

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Please check if /etc/boot.conf got updated and nomodeset added. If so, this needs removed and ego boot updated re-ran, then a system reboot. Seems to be the Bug du jour.

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Hi again,

I tried to get a little further here and maybe I have some more useful information.

When I delete udev and udev-trigger from sysinit via rc-update sddm starts and login screen comes up. Unfortunately without any devices like

network, keyboard or mouse loaded. As soon as I switch on udev again there is 100% load caused by udev and if I start sddm same behaviour as before, the

computer freezes and I can only reset it.

Did a complete comilation of the system via @world without any problems, but still the same problem.

 

Maybe someone got a hint where the issue comes from?

Thanks in advance.

 

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