vulkan dxvk problem

so through trial and error i have discovered that my second graphics card disappears from my entire os until i reboot only when i run something with dxvk or vulkan i can run any emulator just fine in opengl but te second i even set up like dolphin-emu or ppsspp to run in vulkan bam my second graphics card disappears should i make a bug report? or dose anyone know how to fix it. i have an asus rog strix g15 amd advantage edition laptop with ad ryzen 9 5900HX and a rx6800m gpu.

ok so if u run vulkainfo my gpu shows up as llvmpipe. also if i run dolphin-emu with terminal the first launch of it my second gpu shows up and runs fine then when i exit and relaunch anything with vulkan i get no errors in terminal but no second gpu also. and the FIRST launch of something using vulkan i do get a message that reads.

WARNING: radv is not a conformant vulkan implementation, testing use only.

well i tried this on my boot options did not help also tried renaming a vilkan .json as recommended on google now i suspect it may be vulkan mesa but no way to tell

radeon.si_support=0 amdgpu.si_support=1

well i just re installed opensuse tumbleweed and well nothing changed still the same problem so i assume its mesa thanks but still not sure

What is your GPU, you should not need any switches, if an SI card GCN 1.0, then it only works with radeon?

I see both my cards fine…

Layers: count = 1
VK_LAYER_NV_optimus (NVIDIA Optimus layer) Vulkan version 1.2.175, layer version 1:
        Layer Extensions: count = 0
        Devices: count = 2
                GPU id = 0 (AMD RADV POLARIS12 (ACO))
                Layer-Device Extensions: count = 0

                GPU id = 1 (NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030)
                Layer-Device Extensions: count = 0

i have a ryzen 9 5900HX cpu and whatever apu is in it i think reanor but my main gpu or well the one that disappears is the amd rx6800m or flounder

I would remove those lines from grub kernel options, I suspect APU is Renoir and the other a newer NAVI (22?). If you add the following kernel boot option;


I suspect a bug report may be needed…

i tried the command u gave me on bootloader and nope same problem same error. and how would i go about reporting this bug properly and who do i report it too.

Against the kernel, read here: openSUSE:Bugreport kernel - openSUSE Wiki report here: openSUSE:Submitting bug reports - openSUSE

Post back the bug report link as well :wink:

i think i did this right lol

Looks good to me to get things kicked off :slight_smile:

I would suggest adding the output from dmidecode and /usr/sbin/lspci -nnk