Shutdowns due to overheating

Hi,
since a few weeks, my L5 shuts down “properly” itself “randomly”.
Sometimes several times a day, sometimes not.
Checking the logs, this is due to :

thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal:critical temperature reached, shutting down
reboot: HARDWARE PROTECTION shutdown  (temperature too high)

Needless to say it’s both worrying and annoying when you’re not notified and you think your phone
has just stopped its display whereas it’s just off not able to ring, and when you have to
start it and enter 4passwords :slight_smile: to have it active again.
Even more worrying (for me at least :slight_smile: ) when I don’t see anyone mentioning that in the forum.
I’ve not noticed it each time it happened so couldn’t check how warm it was,
but some time, 10-15mn after, I found it cold, not even warm.
I didn’t have time to investigate like dumping temperatures and top cpu intensive processes
on a regular basis.
I also got the impression this behavior started to happen after kernel 6.0 upgrade. I didn’t remember
having that even a single time since I have it.
Most of the time my cpu is around 34°C. Seems that critical temps is set to 95°C (/sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/trip_point_2_temp) which is really high.
I’ve got no particular software installed. I notices packagekit and gnome-software sometimes wake up
and eat a lot of cpu for a bit of time, but they seem to stop after a while.
I use my L5 more like a phone than a computer, meaning no intensive use, just a few calls and messages, no data connection, no firefox (tried it once on youtube and after 20mn the phone was really
warm and did not shut down btw)
One point is I use a thin leather sleeve… The temperature at home or in my car, is
usually below 20°C and the sleeve may keep it a bit warmer, but there’s no fan in the L5, so, I don’t get
how the sleeve could prevent cooling in November with low indoor temps to the point it reaches 95°C.
It also happens without the sleeve.
So really light use and never really warm.
Any thoughts ? I’ll try dumping some info in syslog to finally investigate.

F.

Which kernel version are you running?

Hi @dos,

 purism@pureos:~$ dpkg -l|grep linux-image
ii  linux-image-5.18.0-1-librem5          5.18.11pureos1                           arm64        Linux 5.18 for the Librem 5 and its devkit
ii  linux-image-6.0.0-1-librem5           6.0.6pureos1                             arm64        Linux 6.0 for the Librem 5 and its devkit
ii  linux-image-librem5                   6.0.6pureos1                             arm64        Linux kernel for the Librem 5 and its devkit
purism@pureos:~$ uname -a
Linux pureos 6.0.0-1-librem5 #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon Nov 7 21:26:38 UTC 2022 aarch64 GNU/Linux

F.

Ok,
I had just wrote a script to try log some details and enabled/started it
as a service and it did it again.
No sleeve on. Kitchen temp was low and my L5 was sitting on the table idling.
No details dumped only this :

nov. 20 08:20:48 pureos kernel: option 1-1.2:1.1: GSM modem (1-port) converter detected
nov. 20 08:20:48 pureos kernel: usb 1-1.2: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB1
nov. 20 08:20:48 pureos kernel: option 1-1.2:1.2: GSM modem (1-port) converter detected
nov. 20 08:20:48 pureos kernel: usb 1-1.2: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB2
nov. 20 08:20:48 pureos kernel: option 1-1.2:1.3: GSM modem (1-port) converter detected
nov. 20 08:20:48 pureos kernel: usb 1-1.2: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB3
nov. 20 08:20:48 pureos kernel: qmi_wwan 1-1.2:1.4: cdc-wdm0: USB WDM device
nov. 20 08:20:48 pureos kernel: qmi_wwan 1-1.2:1.4 wwan0: register 'qmi_wwan' at usb-xhci-hcd.4.auto-1.2, WWAN/QMI device, f6:3>
nov. 20 08:20:48 pureos kernel: usb 1-1.2: authorized to connect
nov. 20 08:22:01 pureos kernel: edt_ft5x06 2-0038: Unable to fetch data, error: -6
nov. 20 08:39:55 pureos kernel: edt_ft5x06 2-0038: Unable to fetch data, error: -6
nov. 20 08:47:18 pureos kernel: dwc3 38100000.usb: request 0000000067a5e8f7 was not queued to ep1in
nov. 20 08:47:18 pureos kernel: tps6598x 0-003f: The interrupt is masked , how did it fire ?? 380100a
nov. 20 08:47:18 pureos kernel: bq25890-charger 3-006a: Upstream supply changed: 0.
nov. 20 08:47:18 pureos kernel: bq25890-charger 3-006a: Disabling OTG_EN pin
nov. 20 08:47:18 pureos kernel: bq25890-charger 3-006a: Upstream supply changed: 0.
nov. 20 08:47:18 pureos kernel: bq25890-charger 3-006a: Disabling OTG_EN pin
nov. 20 08:47:35 pureos kernel: edt_ft5x06 2-0038: Unable to fetch data, error: -6
nov. 20 08:56:09 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone2: vpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
nov. 20 08:56:09 pureos kernel: reboot: HARDWARE PROTECTION shutdown (Temperature too high)
nov. 20 08:56:10 pureos kernel: rfkill: input handler enabled
nov. 20 08:56:16 pureos kernel: zram0: detected capacity change from 3061760 to 0
nov. 20 08:56:16 pureos systemd-shutdown[1]: Syncing filesystems and block devices.
nov. 20 08:56:16 pureos systemd-shutdown[1]: Sending SIGTERM to remaining processes...

My never triggered script that was running :

#!/bin/sh

while true; do
  sleep 10;
  TEMP=$(cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp)
  if [ $TEMP -gt 60000 ]; then
    echo "---- HIGH TEMP : $TEMP ----" |logger
    ps -eo pcpu,pid,user,args | sort -k 1 -r | head -4 |logger
    echo "----" |logger
    aplay /usr/share/sounds/purple/alert.wav
  fi
done

F.

Details about the start of the boot, such as kernel command line :

-- Journal begins at Sun 2022-03-20 20:55:26 CET, ends at Sun 2022-11-20 09:25:16 CET. --
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Booting Linux on physical CPU 0x0000000000 [0x410fd034]
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Linux version 6.0.0-1-librem5 (builder@cumin-landing-buildd-arm64-sz1d) (aarch64-linux-gnu-gcc (Debian 10.2.1-6) 10.2.1 20210110, GNU ld (GNU Binutils for Debian) 2.35.2) #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon Nov 7 21:26:38 UTC 2022
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Machine model: Purism Librem 5r4
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Zone ranges:
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel:   DMA      [mem 0x0000000040000000-0x00000000ffffffff]
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel:   DMA32    empty
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel:   Normal   empty
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Movable zone start for each node
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Early memory node ranges
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel:   node   0: [mem 0x0000000040000000-0x00000000ffffffff]
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Initmem setup node 0 [mem 0x0000000040000000-0x00000000ffffffff]
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: cma: Reserved 320 MiB at 0x00000000e4a00000
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: psci: probing for conduit method from DT.
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: psci: PSCIv1.1 detected in firmware.
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: psci: Using standard PSCI v0.2 function IDs
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: psci: MIGRATE_INFO_TYPE not supported.
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: psci: SMC Calling Convention v1.1
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: percpu: Embedded 28 pages/cpu s74472 r8192 d32024 u114688
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: pcpu-alloc: s74472 r8192 d32024 u114688 alloc=28*4096
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: pcpu-alloc: [0] 0 [0] 1 [0] 2 [0] 3 
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Detected VIPT I-cache on CPU0
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: CPU features: detected: GIC system register CPU interface
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: CPU features: detected: ARM erratum 845719
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Built 1 zonelists, mobility grouping on.  Total pages: 774144
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Kernel command line: u_boot_version=2022.10-gc4960dade2 console=ttymxc0,115200 quiet fsck.repair=yes security=apparmor splash plymouth.ignore-serial-consoles vt.global_cursor_default=0
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Unknown kernel command line parameters "splash u_boot_version=2022.10-gc4960dade2", will be passed to user space.
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Dentry cache hash table entries: 524288 (order: 10, 4194304 bytes, linear)
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Inode-cache hash table entries: 262144 (order: 9, 2097152 bytes, linear)
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: mem auto-init: stack:off, heap alloc:off, heap free:off
nov. 20 08:19:44 pureos kernel: Memory: 2666140K/3145728K available (12480K kernel code, 2680K rwdata, 4948K rodata, 4416K init, 648K bss, 151908K reserved, 327680K cma-reserved)
...

This continues to happen. And having a look to the details I noticed that different thermal_zones are
triggered. And my script missed that.
So I did some archeology.
I received my L5 on October 4th, 2022.
Got my sleeve October 11th 2022.
I see a total of 125 boot logs :

purism@pureos:~$ journalctl -k --list-boots|tee
-125 a2eb9795754446f8b2ed99d9b62314a3 Sun 2022-03-20 20:55:26 CET—Tue 2022-10-04 20:58:31 CEST
-124 d47cd2b60481480886939ce1a50b5ca9 Tue 2022-10-04 21:03:08 CEST—Tue 2022-10-04 21:43:47 CEST
-123 10f905de96584cb6855331675c8ded70 Tue 2022-10-04 21:50:35 CEST—Tue 2022-10-04 21:55:57 CEST
-122 4740332146c3484b99af50b77275ab33 Wed 2022-10-05 09:35:50 CEST—Wed 2022-10-05 10:10:34 CEST
-121 76e92fbc0d424cfb8d90e6fd0afbadd7 Wed 2022-10-05 10:11:33 CEST—Wed 2022-10-05 10:46:50 CEST
-120 007929a6dade4cb8b96f21c1c6729805 Wed 2022-10-05 10:47:22 CEST—Wed 2022-10-05 17:04:23 CEST
-119 77e13181863345e2b53eaf49ccc434f8 Wed 2022-10-05 17:38:45 CEST—Thu 2022-10-06 04:37:23 CEST
-118 151371f5839d481baedf31f1c968e4be Thu 2022-10-06 09:34:43 CEST—Thu 2022-10-06 21:06:58 CEST
-117 4160fd2fe7014baf8db6cc8c8dfc8927 Fri 2022-10-07 09:27:51 CEST—Fri 2022-10-07 20:49:58 CEST
-116 486c9d642e8a4855b206e260520b1b2a Sat 2022-10-08 08:42:49 CEST—Sat 2022-10-08 09:39:22 CEST
-115 03d41208bead4712b2f238b5b4296b5d Sat 2022-10-08 09:46:12 CEST—Sat 2022-10-08 19:30:14 CEST
-114 e6b03e3b1bf243b68e0f7a040a2c1103 Sun 2022-10-09 10:11:30 CEST—Sun 2022-10-09 20:22:14 CEST
-113 7c07b027e9ee4b3d9b843f144f2e8f21 Sun 2022-10-09 21:15:03 CEST—Sun 2022-10-09 21:23:39 CEST
-112 9e99d357953c42478c56bde30f8ae455 Mon 2022-10-10 08:12:41 CEST—Mon 2022-10-10 14:58:59 CEST
-111 a26564de114e4fa3bbefd37cf226ee13 Mon 2022-10-10 14:59:41 CEST—Mon 2022-10-10 17:14:55 CEST
-110 98159c0888434b428a2b9492995c85e0 Mon 2022-10-10 17:15:30 CEST—Mon 2022-10-10 19:00:00 CEST
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-107 62e84081a8ae42f5bcd91bb32cd157df Tue 2022-10-11 07:25:50 CEST—Tue 2022-10-11 09:53:26 CEST
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-104 f84c661e823e4687a810e919647bf070 Tue 2022-10-11 21:10:59 CEST—Tue 2022-10-11 21:13:40 CEST
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 -26 6d84c728a74e42ec9131245654df52df Fri 2022-11-11 20:01:38 CET—Sat 2022-11-12 03:28:56 CET
 -25 7fe2539128d045a88dd6683986e84c54 Sat 2022-11-12 07:28:43 CET—Sat 2022-11-12 07:31:06 CET
 -24 6fcbcf2485d94ebda67e38554e5255b4 Sat 2022-11-12 07:32:05 CET—Sat 2022-11-12 19:23:13 CET
 -23 af29cff736d242b8ae816b149403064b Sun 2022-11-13 09:06:31 CET—Sun 2022-11-13 20:55:51 CET
 -22 ff0ce9d9d8da4f63aa2ee708b8c24505 Mon 2022-11-14 09:39:34 CET—Mon 2022-11-14 09:54:03 CET
 -21 f9c2356663c94eb5bef855af71cc9925 Mon 2022-11-14 09:55:04 CET—Mon 2022-11-14 20:24:54 CET
 -20 f9f4e99593f54338a8ed4c62da700fae Tue 2022-11-15 08:58:56 CET—Tue 2022-11-15 09:18:00 CET
 -19 eba8462e582e47f3938cc627c55f8817 Tue 2022-11-15 09:30:27 CET—Tue 2022-11-15 17:20:23 CET
 -18 db389e5be2624ecc8a74cc3bf4183bd4 Tue 2022-11-15 17:21:14 CET—Tue 2022-11-15 20:20:22 CET
 -17 7a6b08d59ec0499e8542b034e99c9e00 Wed 2022-11-16 09:26:47 CET—Wed 2022-11-16 20:12:12 CET
 -16 7cab87c9ee574c339fd03f1d6acca693 Thu 2022-11-17 08:21:21 CET—Thu 2022-11-17 20:05:33 CET
 -15 8c4f629b59a743f59735b01ab32555a9 Thu 2022-11-17 20:19:20 CET—Thu 2022-11-17 20:23:20 CET
 -14 7667fcda7fb04d289acb8b6e6cf31a89 Fri 2022-11-18 07:38:48 CET—Fri 2022-11-18 22:52:22 CET
 -13 0cd94b74e8fa4d0a9643f2cb15cf341b Sat 2022-11-19 08:12:13 CET—Sat 2022-11-19 08:12:42 CET
 -12 e006c06fd5274688bbfe860d2bbabe07 Sat 2022-11-19 08:13:33 CET—Sat 2022-11-19 16:35:25 CET
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 -10 2c635700905a4984ba0a1f50953ac8c2 Sat 2022-11-19 18:38:56 CET—Sat 2022-11-19 18:43:14 CET
  -9 f622d382c4f7432eaa9f30c094fa2f49 Sat 2022-11-19 18:43:42 CET—Sat 2022-11-19 18:45:53 CET
  -8 8cf081c2d7a0409aac753d19196a21b3 Sat 2022-11-19 18:46:35 CET—Sat 2022-11-19 20:19:33 CET
  -7 c1b716ede69a4ec4a029ad09ad444a8c Sat 2022-11-19 20:28:02 CET—Sat 2022-11-19 21:28:49 CET
  -6 f28b6fef7744457ca12a262fdadf0de5 Sun 2022-11-20 08:19:44 CET—Sun 2022-11-20 08:56:16 CET
  -5 4b40924360dd426b80eab0aebcb0cbdb Sun 2022-11-20 09:07:59 CET—Sun 2022-11-20 12:41:01 CET
  -4 6e5499c376344515ab5e271ff6ca2ddb Sun 2022-11-20 14:39:56 CET—Sun 2022-11-20 20:20:09 CET
  -3 02b6926f1917407cb8ac1360b54430be Mon 2022-11-21 09:26:03 CET—Mon 2022-11-21 09:55:25 CET
  -2 6ffb6c6317e647678d27a8224b0da3a4 Mon 2022-11-21 09:57:37 CET—Mon 2022-11-21 21:48:43 CET
  -1 56c6929640414825861a630e3123e381 Tue 2022-11-22 09:06:51 CET—Tue 2022-11-22 09:31:46 CET
   0 7b09169ba28a4b68b9079a72670f472a Tue 2022-11-22 09:35:12 CET—Tue 2022-11-22 09:49:53 CET

And from this, here is the shutdowns due to high temp :

purism@pureos:~$ for I in $(seq 1 125); do journalctl -k -b -$I|grep 'critical temperature'; done
Nov 22 09:31:39 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone2: vpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 20 12:40:54 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone2: vpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 20 08:56:09 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone2: vpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 19 18:14:15 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 19 16:35:18 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone1: gpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 15 17:20:20 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 15 17:20:21 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 15 17:20:21 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 15 17:20:21 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 15 17:20:21 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 15 17:20:22 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 15 17:20:22 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 15 17:20:22 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 15 09:17:53 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 11 19:32:50 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone1: gpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 11 12:05:21 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone2: vpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 07 19:56:24 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone1: gpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 07 09:12:01 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone1: gpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 05 19:03:44 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone2: vpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 05 15:50:16 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone2: vpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Nov 05 13:02:47 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone2: vpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Oct 29 11:49:27 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone1: gpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Oct 27 19:49:15 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone1: gpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Oct 27 09:15:22 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone1: gpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Oct 20 18:30:28 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone2: vpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Oct 14 07:19:59 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone0: cpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Oct 11 13:47:39 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone2: vpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down
Oct 10 18:59:24 pureos kernel: thermal thermal_zone2: vpu-thermal: critical temperature reached, shutting down

Kernel 6.0.0-1-librem5 was installed October 10th 2022, and the sleeve on the 11th.
The 10th, first shutdown occured, at 18:59:24 .
Note : 6.0.0-1-librem5 was booted first the 10th at 17:15:30.
Between the 4th and the 10th, no shutdown.

can you roll back to the previous kernel?

Hi @Captain_Morgan,
I guess it’s the only way to verify things. I was hesitant because I didn’t want to loose any potential
improvement in kernel 6, but my L5 shutting down unexpectedly is just a pain in the neck.
So thanks to your message, I’m back on 5.18.0-1-librem5 now.
Let’s see how it behaves.
In the meantime, I saw there is a thermal.nocrt kernel option that I understand would turn the
shutting down behavior off. But that will come in a second time maybe (disabling that safety needs to be
thought twice… :slight_smile: )

I’m just wondering if my device is faulty in some way or if it’s the kernel . But in that latter case, I don’t
understand why I seem to be the only one experiencing this issue.

F.

Really you just need to stay on 5.x for a while and observe the behaviour and then form a tentative conclusion.

Personally I would never do that unless I am ok with the cpu melting on itself.

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Right, let’s see. So far so good.

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At the time CPUs didn’t have much protection, the machine started behave badly and just crash/stop.
I think cpu based machines still behave the same, let me know if I’m wrong. It’s not a nuclear power plant I guess.
That being said, repeated overheating is never good for the hardware for sure.
Also, I was more worried last time I’ve been watching videos on youtube on firefox with the phone being
really hot compared to the few times my L5 shut down because of those overheating protection
shutdowns.
I would just replace those kernel triggers with some software/script that would do the job in place in
order to understand and have more control.

F.

Hey there,
as of today, almost a week later, not a single shutdown due to kernel overheating triggers with kernel 5.18.0-1-librem5 …
But I now have other issues : like microphone set to headset systematically after boot. So I have to change to handset every morning after turning L5 on.
Sometimes after I have switched to handset
following the boot and after receiving a first call, it would still be set to
handset, but if I get called again, people can not hear me. And I have
to reboot to again set mic to handset.
Not sure if it is related to some recent changes to call audio.
Also, systematically if I’m in a call and get a second call during that,
whether I accept it or not, the phone continues to ring/vibrate forever.
The 2 calls are “lost” and I have to reboot to stop the phone to ring/vibrate.
So now, I think I will go back to kernel 6 and see if shutdowns are still
triggered (and if I have the above mic/call behaviors which I don’t remember having had with 6.0).

F.

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