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Discussion in 'Droid Kernels' started by prime, Feb 22, 2011.
I'm interested to know the wrong and right of swapper2.
Could you explain what you did?
Phone call lag
Not sure if it is due to this kernel or Cm7, but does anyone else experience extreme lag when hanging up on a phone call and immediately trying to make another call? When I hit the call button to start dialing, it freezes for like 20 seconds or so before starting to call.
Kernel: #7 Dec 8
Scriptmanager and terminal emulator say:
'overclock' not found
Also, if there's no compcache in there, what's the compcache value doing? Nothing?
Seems to run ok without it or swapper2. Surprising.
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Enjoy the family time.
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Does anyone have really high Android OS usage? Mine has been at about 60-80% after the phone has been on for 16 hrs.
It says "Cpu total: 1 hr , 37 minutes", then "data sent: 4kb, data recieved 300kb"
This is on standard voltage
the overclock command is now ulv
affecting battery life?
Surpriising it isnt, battery life is fine. Just used to seeing Android OS at like 3-5% so I was shocked seeing it at pretty high values.
When I run primed in terminal videos don't work very often I get constant srry this video cannot be played. I turned it off and haven't had the problem yet
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Mine averages around 3-6% with this kernel
supercharged modified liquid 3.1 w/turbocharged 3g
Pete's 5 slot lv 1.25GHz w/ kickasskernel tweaks
19.9 linpack score
1856 quadrant score
Works for me!
Edit: lovin' 1100!
I'm not sure to what extent there's a wrong and right of it, since it would be different depending on your usage. Best to experiment and see what works.
In this case, I had the "swappiness" set too low, so stuff didn't get moved to my swap partition enough to avoid lag from excessive trash collection. If I set it too high though, I'll get lag from constant swapping. You've just got to find the right balance.
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Voltage is too low for your device, stick with stock or try editing the /etc/init.d/20overclock generated by the primed command, bumping up each vsel a bit.