[KERNEL] Kernel (deprimed_test) - Break It If You Can

Discussion in 'Droid Kernels' started by prime, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. zachdroid

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    That's impressive. I just be a heavy user because I usually get 10 to 16 on a charge which I still think is pretty good. Much better than with froyo.

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    I like it... running this on my D1 MIUI 4.29 Rom and getting decent quadrant scores...

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    Yes, sorry I forgot to mention that earlier. Is there a way to check the voltage in a root terminal?

    20% battery left right now. 87% of the time the kernel has been using 250Mhz slot. 6% @ 900Mhz and about 4% at 550Mhz. BTW- This battery is only about 2 months old and I 'calibrated' it immediately after installing this kernel. Uptime now is 96hrs 52mins. Anxious to see what it does next week when I get back to moderate/heavy use. Impressive work. Thank you!

    Edit- This is running on Test 19. I'll try Test 20 soon as the battery drains.
     
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    Can you explain this a little bit more thoroughly??

    Link2SD Users: This is a link2sd pre-installation script, it will remove /etc/init.d/05mountsd (mounts to /sd-ext) and replace it with a modified version that mounts (and scans if an issue is detected) the second (ext2/3/4) based SD Card partition using the ext4 driver.

    I've installed your kernel, had an ext3 partition as the second partition on the sdcard. I then installed link2sd and actually moved some apps to the sdcard.

    I know want to upgrade the CM nightly. I will need to wipe /system, reinstall the ROM, gapps, and then how to restore my link2sd links if /data is kept intact? When to I run this script -- before or after the above process?

    Thanks.
     
  5. prime

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    First let me warn you, if you wipe with Clockwork Recovery it will also wipe out your second partition (the one containing the applications) so do an advanced wipe of /system and /cache then flash the updated ROM and gapps then deprimed and finally the link2sd preinstallation. If after you boot up your applications do not show reboot again, if they still don't show let me know and I will try to help.
     
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    If you didn't run the primed or overclock command as su your running stock voltages. To check do this:

    Code:
    su
    modprobe overclock
    msocv
    cat /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
    rmmod overclock
    
     
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    My highest score on quadrant was 1769, benchmarks like quadrant don't give any real world representation of overall device speed...but still higher than a Nexus One :)
     
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    I'm running the deprimed as it is and I get no such file or directory for all those commands...is that for overclocking using a script to determine frequency slots and voltages? I'm running setCPU just for the purpose of being able to use the Screen Off profile. I would like to keep as few as background processes running as possible, but some are just too essential:)
     
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    You wouldn't have a /proc/overclock directory until you load the overclock module, by default the values stored in /proc/overclock/mpu_opps will be the stock voltages (vsel) until modified

    Here are the stock vsel values:

    900mhz = vsel:63
    800mhz = vsel:62
    700mhz = vsel:62
    600mhz = vsel:62
    550mhz = vsel:56
    400mhz = vsel:39
    250mhz = vsel:39

    I added these to the relevant OP section.
     
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    @prime
    I definitely ran the overclock command as su after installing the kernel so I guess I wasn't running stock voltage which explains the amazing battery life. If I understand correctly.

    As a side note, I've downloaded Test 20 twice and installed it no less than 4 times and can't get a full boot up. It makes it to the boot animation then does an FC of the system. I noticed the file size on 20 is quiet a bit smaller than 19. Anyone else have the boot issue with Test 20?
     
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    Has anyone tried the rl benchmark app?

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    Its kinda the standard since quadrant has proven an inaccurate representation of real performance.

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