Compcache Capable Kernels

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  1. EvilGST

    EvilGST New Member

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    This does not work with the P3 Kernels. I tried multiple times "Failed to open /dev/block/ramzswap0: No such file or directory"
     
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    I have p3 1100 lv running with compcache.

    I first flashed the kernel, than the p3 ramswap zip at the bottom of the kernels index page. Then I flashed petes compcache zip and enabled compcache through the Rom toolkit, reboot and waited a few mins and it worked
     
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    @evilgst is your version of Busy Box 1.17? I may be wrong on this but I thought it was required.
     
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    thanks for this
     
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    I was having the same issue try this -
    In terminal type: "compcache start"
    then try the "compcache stats" and you should get a return, least that's what worked for me. Though I'm guessing this gets reset with a restart.
     
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    what is the best kernel to use?
     
  8. EnJoY

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    It's a combination of preference and which your phone works best with. Each phone is different and can respond differently to different kernels.

    Personally I like Slayher and JDLFG, but Slayher's are more compatible and newer.
     
  9. ZaChYmO

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    In my case running MIUI 12.24 i tryed P3 vs Slayher both kernels 1.2 ghz without enabling COMPCACHE .. my D1 ran best w/ Slayher problem is I have to start compcache everytime. My phone boots... anyone knws how i can autostart compcache? MIUI doesnt have a setting specific for that...
     
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    what exactly did you flash to get compcache working with miui?
     
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    I flashed slayher's 7x1200 v1.6 (i believe is newest kernel) then flashed slayhers compcache.. compcache wont auto start on mine i have to manually start compcache in terminal emulator every time my phone starts... If your phone shuts down after starting compcache you might want to install a lower speed kernel or simply clock kernell at a lower speed. I had to fix mine 1.1 ghz to enable compcache.. at 1.2 compcache reboots...
     
    #23 ZaChYmO, Dec 30, 2010
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    This needs to be a sticky!
     
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