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    Default Re: Which Newer Kernel Version to Use?

    Provide info about motherboard and PSU. ILL power circuit overheats.

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    Default Re: AW: Which Newer Kernel Version to Use?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sauerland View Post
    If you use kernel:stable:backports, all kmps build against kernel 5.3 from the OSS Repo do not work anymore.
    Also the nvidia kmp.

    Hi @Sauerland, thanks for the reply.

    You have to build them by using the run File from the Nvidia Side.
    Meaning there is no escape from having to rebuild everything related to nvidia anyway?

    Just for curiosity, it would be the same in any other kernel upgrade situation?

    Moreover, just trying to add a new module to the kernel would not suffice, correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Svyatko View Post
    Provide info about motherboard and PSU. ILL power circuit overheats.
    Hi @Svyatko. The configuration is:

    MB:Gigabyte B550M Aorus Elite - AM4
    PSU: Seasonic 850W 80 Plus Gold - GM-85
    WC: Alseye Halo H360 360mm
    GPU: Galax GeForce RTX 3060 12GB 1-Click OC GDDR6 - 36NOL7MD1VOC
    RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB DDR4 3200Hz (1x16GB) - HX432C16FB3/16 (4 modules)

    If you need any more information please let me know. Thanks a lot!
    Last edited by johannesrs; 22-Oct-2021 at 14:40. Reason: completing with additional information requested

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    Default Re: AW: Which Newer Kernel Version to Use?

    Quote Originally Posted by johannesrs View Post
    Just for curiosity, it would be the same in any other kernel upgrade situation?
    Regular kernel updates for the Leap release should remain binary compatible, so modules built for previous kernels remain usable also with updated kernels. For Leap nVidia modules are rebuilt only when modules themselves change, not for every new kernel update.
    Moreover, just trying to add a new module to the kernel would not suffice, correct?
    I do not understand this question.

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    Default AW: Which Newer Kernel Version to Use?

    Please do not post inside a qoute:
    If you use kernel:stable:backports, all kmps build against kernel 5.3 from the OSS Repo do not work anymore.
    Also the nvidia kmp.

    Hi @Sauerland, thanks for the reply.

    You have to build them by using the run File from the Nvidia Side.
    post directly before or behind the quote.

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    Default Re: Which Newer Kernel Version to Use?

    Hi everybody.

    After all your suggestions, I concluded that the best path to follow is (unfortunately) to upgrade the opensuse as a whole from 15.2 to 15.3.

    Tomorrow I'll make an attempt to make this upgrade, and hopefully it will solve the issue at CPU computations (I'm uncertain if I'll be able to successfully reinstall cuda in time, since it usually takes too long and local access in pandemics is always an issue): however I'll have to leave the system running for some time before it can be considered stable.

    Also, even if the standard 15.3 kernel version proves itself to not be enough, it will be easier to use one of the newer versions previously mentioned.

    I'll keep you all posted. Anyway, thanks a lot for all suggestions!

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    Connect PSU to 1 x 8-pin ATX 12V power connector on mobo.
    IRL B550M AORUS ELITE is not intended for top CPUs - this is only marketing bs.
    B550M AORUS PRO (rev. 1.0) could be better, or look at ATX mobos.
    You need additional cooling for power circuits, especially when using water cooling. You need to cool both lines of power circuits - leftward and upward. Try to use additional fan to blow air on them.
    Possibly you need one more fan to cool RAM.

    It is better to change motherboard. And X570 chipset can be more useful in that case.

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    Your Gigabyte B550M Aorus Elite is intended for office use with low-end CPUs.
    Test for cheap B550 mobos with Ryzen 7 3800X (in russian): https://3dnews.ru/1026727/obzor-7-ma...ey/page-4.html
    2 of 7 mobos work OK, 1 works OK with additional cooling, 4 fails.
    As I wrote - unstable work with for both Gigabyte cheap mobos: GIGABYTE B550M DS3H and GIGABYTE B550M S2H.

    You need good engineer in your team, not new Linux kernel.

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    Unhappy Re: Which Newer Kernel Version to Use?

    Quote Originally Posted by Svyatko View Post
    Your Gigabyte B550M Aorus Elite is intended for office use with low-end CPUs.
    Test for cheap B550 mobos with Ryzen 7 3800X (in russian): https://3dnews.ru/1026727/obzor-7-ma...ey/page-4.html
    2 of 7 mobos work OK, 1 works OK with additional cooling, 4 fails.
    As I wrote - unstable work with for both Gigabyte cheap mobos: GIGABYTE B550M DS3H and GIGABYTE B550M S2H.

    You need good engineer in your team, not new Linux kernel.
    Hi @Svyatko.

    Thanks a lot... Unfortunately, the information arrived after I did the distribution upgrade: now I have the 15.3 but without gpgpu working and with some well-known resolution issues (nothing I can't deal with in person, the problem is just being able to be in front of the computer in person... ). And, of course, the program still fails after some time...

    I was going to ask here for instructions on how to extra upgrade the kernel, but since that is *not* the issue and I'm already looking for a MB replacement at the seller in a time where all resources are almost disappeared... Could I just rapidly ask your opinion on Gigabyte X570 UD PCIe 4.0 AM4 and the ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 - AM4 MBs for such an application? Those are the only X570 MBs they have in stock right now... If those are not good options, we will need to buy new ones from another seller (for the full price), and then the alternatives are Gigabyte X570 Gaming X (Socket AM4) AMD X570 and ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PLUS (Socket AM4/AMD X570/M.2): once again, what is your opinion on them?

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    Default AW: Which Newer Kernel Version to Use?

    Post:
    Code:
    zypper se -si nvidia kernel
    Code:
    uname -a
    Code:
    zypper lr -d

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    Arrow Re: AW: Which Newer Kernel Version to Use?

    Hi @Sauerland. Sorry for the delayed answer, once again I ran into login problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sauerland View Post
    Post:
    Code:
    zypper se -si nvidia kernel
    Code:
    S  | Name                        | Type   | Version                          | Arch        | Repository 
    ---+-----------------------------+--------+----------------------------------+-------------+------------------------------
    ------------------------------- 
    i+ | kernel-default              | pacote | 5.3.18-59.27.1                   | x86_64      | Update repository with updates from SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 
    i+ | kernel-default              | pacote | 5.3.18-57.3                      | x86_64      | Main Repository 
    i+ | kernel-default-devel        | pacote | 5.3.18-59.27.1                   | x86_64      | Update repository with updates from SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 
    i+ | kernel-default-devel        | pacote | 5.3.18-57.3                      | x86_64      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-default-extra        | pacote | 5.3.18-59.27.1                   | x86_64      | Update repository with updates from SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 
    i  | kernel-default-extra        | pacote | 5.3.18-57.3                      | x86_64      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-default-optional     | pacote | 5.3.18-59.27.1                   | x86_64      | Update repository with updates from SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 
    i  | kernel-default-optional     | pacote | 5.3.18-57.3                      | x86_64      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-devel                | pacote | 5.3.18-59.27.1                   | noarch      | Update repository with updates from SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 
    i  | kernel-devel                | pacote | 5.3.18-57.3                      | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-all         | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-amdgpu      | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-ath10k      | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-ath11k      | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-atheros     | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-bluetooth   | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-bnx2        | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-brcm        | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-chelsio     | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-dpaa2       | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-i915        | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-intel       | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-iwlwifi     | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-liquidio    | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-marvell     | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-media       | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-mediatek    | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-mellanox    | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-mwifiex     | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-network     | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-nfp         | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-nvidia      | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-platform    | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-prestera    | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-qlogic      | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-radeon      | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-realtek     | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-serial      | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-sound       | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-ti          | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-ueagle      | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-firmware-usb-network | pacote | 20210208-2.4                     | noarch      | Main Repository 
    i  | kernel-macros               | pacote | 5.3.18-59.27.1                   | noarch      | Update repository with updates from SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 
    i  | nvidia-computeG05           | pacote | 495.29.05-0                      | x86_64      | cuda-opensuse15-x86_64 
    i  | nvidia-gfxG05-kmp-default   | pacote | 495.29.05_k4.12.14_lp150.12.82-0 | x86_64      | cuda-opensuse15-x86_64 
    i  | nvidia-glG05                | pacote | 495.29.05-0                      | x86_64      | cuda-opensuse15-x86_64 
    i  | purge-kernels-service       | pacote | 0-8.3.1                          | noarch      | Update repository with updates from SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 
    i  | x11-video-nvidiaG05         | pacote | 495.29.05-0                      | x86_64      | cuda-opensuse15-x86_64


    Quote Originally Posted by Sauerland View Post
    Code:
    uname -a
    Code:
    Linux localhost.localdomain 5.3.18-59.27-default #1 SMP Tue Oct 5 10:00:40 UTC 2021 (7df2404) x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
    Sorry, I've had to divide the answer because the outputs led to it having too much characters...

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