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

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

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    Same here, just loaded it along with Kangs #6 build. So far so good, and the phone is much faster! Great work to all!
     
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    Is this why even with compcache enabled I seem to have no avail. memory lately, whereas a few builds back I was getting 70-80MB avail?
     
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    It is.

    I fully repaired the compcache issue in the deprimed test kernel this morning, I will update reprimed later this afernoon to include the proper fix.
     
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    reprimed compcache isnt working?
     
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    Not correctly, the size gets multiplied by 100 because of the recent CM changes...no harm but not properly functional.
     
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    i hadnt noticed a slowdown. oh well
     
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    Test 2 is much smoother and hooray, compcache via cm settings works. I don't know what all the changes you made actually are, but they have made an improvement. Nice work.
     
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    Kernel speeds not dropping

    I am running the newest test 2 on cm7 test 6 and overnight I left my phone plugged in charging and this morning I see that the kernel never clocks down below 550. When I look at setcpu history, overnight.the cpu never went below 550. Load values are all below 1. I have the min value at 250, ondemand govenor. Will check battery performance today and report back.
     
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    All kernels are set to a higher minimum speed while charging, its part of the charging daemons functionality...I don't like it either and plan on removing this "feature" when I get a chance.
     
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    That's what happpens normally whenever you have your phone plugged in regardless of kernel.
     
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    Thanks for the reply. I thought I had noticed the kernel clock lower while charging before, but I was probably mistaken.
     
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    Second test kernel works fine except for wifi, which errors out. Anyone else get this?

    Edit: Never mind, just saw your twitter.
     
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    Hey prime did you say you were going to be releasing reprimed with that compcache fix today?
     
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    reprimed updated for compcache fix, simply re-download and reflash from same link
     
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    Sorry, perused this thread but didn't see the answer right away - what's the difference between reprimed and deprimed?
     
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