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

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

  1. danceswithbongs

    danceswithbongs Active Member

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    Here is some info from running some commands or maybe they are queries:(my apologies for the length)

    #cat /proc/devices
    Character devices:
    1 mem
    4 ttyS
    5 /dev/tty
    5 /dev/console
    5 /dev/ptmx
    10 misc
    13 input
    14 sound
    29 fb
    81 video4linux
    89 i2c
    90 mtd
    108 ppp
    128 ptm
    136 pts
    180 usb
    188 ttyUSB
    189 usb_device
    216 rfcomm
    234 ts0710mux
    249 hplens-omap
    250 hidraw
    251 DspBridge
    252 hp3a-omap
    253 pvrsrvkm
    254 rtc

    Block devices:
    259 blkext
    7 loop
    31 mtdblock
    179 mmc
    254 device-mapper

    #cat /proc/mounts
    rootfs / rootfs rw,relatime 0 0
    tmpfs /dev tmpfs rw,relatime,mode=755 0 0
    devpts /dev/pts devpts rw,relatime,mode=600 0 0
    proc /proc proc rw,relatime 0 0
    sysfs /sys sysfs rw,relatime 0 0
    tmpfs /mnt/asec tmpfs rw,relatime,mode=755,gid=1000 0 0
    tmpfs /mnt/obb tmpfs rw,relatime,mode=755,gid=1000 0 0
    /dev/block/mtdblock4 /system yaffs2 rw,relatime 0 0
    /dev/block/mtdblock6 /data yaffs2 rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime 0 0
    /dev/block/mtdblock5 /cache yaffs2 rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime 0 0
    /dev/block/mtdblock0 /config yaffs2 ro,relatime 0 0
    /dev/block/vold/179:1 /mnt/sdcard vfat rw,dirsync,nosuid,nodev,noexec,relatime,uid=1000,gid=1015,fmask=0702,dmask=0702,allow_utime=0020,codepage=cp437,iocharset=iso8859-1,shortname=mixed,utf8,errors=remount-ro 0 0
    /dev/block/vold/179:1 /mnt/secure/asec vfat rw,dirsync,nosuid,nodev,noexec,relatime,uid=1000,gid=1015,fmask=0702,dmask=0702,allow_utime=0020,codepage=cp437,iocharset=iso8859-1,shortname=mixed,utf8,errors=remount-ro 0 0
    tmpfs /mnt/sdcard/.android_secure tmpfs ro,relatime,size=0k,mode=000 0 0

    #ps
    USER PID PPID VSIZE RSS WCHAN PC NAME
    root 1 0 200 192 c00c508c 0000875c S /init
    root 2 0 0 0 c0068364 00000000 S kthreadd
    root 3 2 0 0 c0058dfc 00000000 S ksoftirqd/0
    root 4 2 0 0 c00852a4 00000000 S watchdog/0
    root 5 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S events/0
    root 6 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S khelper
    root 9 2 0 0 c006e728 00000000 S async/mgr
    root 12 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S suspend
    root 196 2 0 0 c009e1d0 00000000 S sync_supers
    root 198 2 0 0 c009ea28 00000000 S bdi-default
    root 200 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S kblockd/0
    root 204 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S omap_serial
    root 211 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S omap2_mcspi
    root 214 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S cpcap_irq/0
    root 273 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S ksuspend_usbd
    root 278 2 0 0 c01f8e78 00000000 S khubd
    root 303 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S kmmcd
    root 310 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S bluetooth
    root 325 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S kondemand/0
    root 341 2 0 0 c009e254 00000000 D kswapd0
    root 343 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S aio/0
    root 344 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S crypto/0
    root 358 2 0 0 c017eb98 00000000 D dsi
    root 394 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S omap_mdm_ctrl_w
    root 423 2 0 0 c01d7144 00000000 S mtdblockd
    root 490 2 0 0 c02266a8 00000000 S usb_mass_storag
    root 497 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S qtouch_obp_ts_w
    root 506 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S bu52014hfv_wq
    root 509 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S sfh7743_wq
    root 537 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S bridge_work-que
    root 538 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S bridge_recovery
    root 544 2 0 0 c02863a8 00000000 S w1_bus_master1
    root 555 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S kstriped
    root 558 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S kconservative/0
    root 559 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S kinteractive_up
    root 560 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S knteractive_dow
    root 561 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S kbumblebee_up/0
    root 562 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S kbumblebee_down
    root 581 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S als_wq
    root 599 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S usbhid_resumer
    root 604 2 0 0 c0064c10 00000000 S binder
    root 618 2 0 0 c03ad160 00000000 S krfcommd
    root 636 2 0 0 c02a59d8 00000000 S mmcqd
    root 643 2 0 0 c017e1e0 00000000 D pvrflip/0
    root 651 1 164 152 c00c508c 0000875c S /sbin/ueventd
    system 974 1 684 112 c02b8b5c afd0b77c S /system/bin/servicemanager
    root 975 1 3740 188 ffffffff afd0be2c S /system/bin/vold
    root 978 1 548 68 c02cd538 afd0c16c S /system/bin/debuggerd
    radio 979 1 12608 440 ffffffff afd0be2c S /system/bin/rild
    bluetooth 988 1 1140 108 c00c508c afd0c63c S /system/bin/dbus-daemon
    root 989 1 732 132 c0352548 afd0b4dc S /system/bin/installd
    keystore 997 1 1620 96 c02cd538 afd0c16c S /system/bin/keystore
    root 1011 1 1172 248 c00c508c afd0b8c4 S /system/bin/battd
    root 1017 1 1708 104 ffffffff afd0b8c4 S /system/bin/mdm_panicd
    shell 1024 1 3292 180 ffffffff 00008294 S /sbin/adbd
    compass 1095 1 172 32 c01cab20 0001541c S /system/bin/akmd2
    media 7221 1 27980 1008 ffffffff afd0b77c S /system/bin/mediaserver
    root 7222 1 4076 276 ffffffff afd0be2c S /system/bin/netd
    root 7223 1 76900 10796 c00c508c afd0b8c4 S zygote
    system 7232 7223 205688 64220 ffffffff afd0b77c S system_server
    radio 7326 7223 99912 13396 ffffffff afd0c5bc S com.android.phone
    app_58 8047 1 85788 9144 c0075aa8 afd0c858 S com.bigtincan.android.adfree
    app_25 13694 7223 99672 16576 ffffffff afd0c5bc S com.swype.android.inputmethod
    system 13734 7223 102812 27392 ffffffff afd0c5bc S com.android.systemui
    radio 14503 979 1968 220 c00c508c afd0b8c4 S /system/bin/pppd-ril
    app_17 14656 7223 112364 15720 ffffffff afd0c5bc S com.google.process.gapps
    app_22 14831 7223 101608 22972 ffffffff afd0c5bc S android.process.acore
    root 15048 2 0 0 c00d49f8 00000000 S flush-31:0
    app_49 15053 7223 93348 17628 ffffffff afd0c5bc S com.smart.taskbar
    app_44 15116 7223 90560 16560 ffffffff afd0c5bc S fi.rojekti.clipper
    app_51 15127 7223 96200 21836 ffffffff afd0c5bc S aws.apps.underthehood
    app_34 15166 7223 87120 13232 ffffffff afd0c5bc S com.noshufou.android.su
    root 15219 15127 620 344 c0056988 afd0c44c S sh
    root 15220 15219 776 320 00000000 afd0b4dc R ps

    walkin the walk while tappin the talk
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  2. meishkov

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    Amazing kernel I must say. Quick question, can I change the # of slots? I've been using deprimed #20 since it came out basically. I ran 'overclock' then 'primed' and I tried editing in root explorer the /system/etc/init.d/20overclock file that gets created, and I deleted a few slots and changed the max one at the bottom to 1000. Now setCPU detected the 1000 but all the others were still there after a reboot. I also ran the cat /proc/overclock_mpu_opps and it returned everything like it was originally. Like I never edited the file. Do I have to change some order of #'s after the "echo" commands possibly??
    I'm just interested in like 350, 550, 800, and 1000 if that's possible? Anybody have any advice?:)
     
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    OK, well the custom frequencies in certain slots worked, but the slots I erased are still visible in setCPU. By the way, I'm not sure if it matters or not, but in /system/etc/init.d/ I have TWO 20files, 20userinit and 20overclock. But I'm assuming 20overclock got loaded. My 20overclock is attached, along with the time in state in setCPU, hahaha which is kinda funny when I look at it now, it's got frequencies all over the place now lol
     
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    Yup happened to me as well. But I used the deprimed 1ghz kernel I think and lost Wifi. So I wiped and reflashed to cm 7.0.3 and everything is fine.

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    Wanted to chime in and say that I lost wifi as well. Thought maybe I had a corrupt data partition or something, so I wiped everything including data and reflashed, and that didn't do a thing.
     
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    By an og I figure you mean original ganster? And what rom are you using? Cause CM7 or just gingerbread by defualt allows apps to sd without any special partitioning and such. I've never had good results with swapper, and it always caused more frustration, I would gladly revisit it if it helped improved my battery life which is right now at max 10h standby. But anyways. Why don't you use compcache? or tweak the task killer settings? Just curious why you picked swapper.....?


    Dayyyyumm dude!!!! Wanna trade? lol. 10h max on standby here.



    Quick question about these voltages. So, since 600, 700, and 800 are the same voltage, does that mean you will get the same battery life on 800 compared to 600? Perhaps better battery life cause things are running faster but on the same voltage? Also if someone were to limit the max screen off to 250, they wouldn't see any different compared to 400 because the voltages are the same? This thought just came to me.

    Also, last question, what's the lowest voltage I can go without bricking my phone? Thinking of maybe a min screen off of 100MHz?
     
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    I am at 50% after 10hrs of normal use on Bumblebee governor at 1GHz. I rarely have it get lower than 50% before I have to drive somewhere and it goes into the car dock and gets plugged in. I wipe BattStats after each rom flash and it to get down to 20 or 30% before charging it. That seems to make a huge difference.
     
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    Sorry if this has been asked before :does deprimed work on Droid incredible running cm7. Thanks
     
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    Also, last question, what's the lowest voltage I can go without bricking my phone? Thinking of maybe a min screen off of 100MHz?[/QUOTE]


    You can't go that low without causing issues. The biggest of which will be lost calls and messages because the processor will too slow to fire up the programs to accept them in time. It will also cause the processor to fall behind on normal stuff which make the phone lag each time you wake it up and it has to ramp up the speed and quickly catch up. Lots of people have experimented with the lowest numbers but the general agreement is never go below 250 and anything above 400ish is overkill.
     
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    No I don't think so. Deprimed is for the d1 only

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    A week or two ago, I actually started using the stock CM kernel. Hate to say it, but it runs much better for my phone at least :-/. I tried several configs and voltages with deprimed and things just weren't nearly as stable as they are now. I dunno, just my $.02. I ran primed, reprimed, deprimed, it all, over the course of a couple months? I don't even know anymore.
     
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    Might just be the horrible memory hog known as gingerbread. It's been happening more and more to me. Like since early today, when I feel my phone vibrating before it starts ringing, the screen won't come on for about 7-8 seconds and then the Answer or Decline buttons will come up about 5 seconds after that. Missed a call without even being able to answer, very annoying.
    I wouldn't say that it's the kernel for me, more like gingerbread, in running services I only have about 22 or 22MB free, and when I open the browser, it gets EXTREMELY laggy, which I'm assuming is because of lack of memory, since I've seen the Browser take up as much as 34MB before when it would stay loaded in memory and I could check running services or auto memory manager to see what's running.
    I turned off JIT a few days ago, so that might have something to do with it, but it was running just fine originally, and I've heard JIT doesn't even help with the OG Droid, even though I usually have it enabled.
    Been trying to figure out the whole swap partition thing, but I'm a little confused.

    Like ever since Froyo, I've had some apps on my SD, now do I have to move those back to the Phone before I partition the card, or they'll get erased?? It looks like using ROM manager to do it is the easiest way, but after creating the 64MB swap partition, along with the 512MB ext2 or 3 or 4 partition, not sure which ext partition to even use, does it automatically create the necessary scripts to run everything? Haha, kind of a long post, they sure add up quickly. Any ideas anybody?
     
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