Comment # 4 on bug 1180742 from
(In reply to Takashi Iwai from comment #1)
> It's some GPU hang that leads to the real kernel crash.... which happened on
> others sometimes, too.  Unfortunately there is no fix for this and likely
> not for Leap 15.2 kernel.
> Could you try the kernel in OBS Kernel:stable or SLE15-SP3 kernel in OBS
> Kernel:SLE15-SP3?  The latter contains the backport of DRM stack up to 5.9.x.

I've been testing kernel 5.10.6-3.g183dcff-default of Kernel:stable for almost
14 days now, not a single crash. 

(In reply to Takashi Iwai from comment #3)
> That's bad.  Do you have the secure boot enabled?  If so, disable it when
> you test a kernel from OBS repo that is other than the official release.

I'm on kernel 5.3.18-107.g0b709ea-default of Kernel:SLE15-SP3 now, it works for
me. Didn't change anything about secure boot, though, I don't think I had it
enabled. I'll report back when in another 2 weeks if it won't crash sooner.

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