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[Kernel][7/25/12][Beta 13] KozmiKKernel [Sweep2Wake][OC][Fully Customizable]

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31st March 2012, 07:35 AM |#31  
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Anyone having a random reboot with the kernel at 1.5ghz but if u declock it and it will stop random rebooting I hope there is a fix for this n if possible to add bfq I did have a noticeable performance incress when using that I/O shredder

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I am looking at adding bfq v3 as an io scheduler option in beta 2. I work until Tuesday so beta 2 should be released Tuesday night possibly Wednesday.

Also working on getting this stable at 1.9 for my next release

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31st March 2012, 08:10 AM |#32  
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I am looking at adding bfq v3 as an io scheduler option in beta 2. I work until Tuesday so beta 2 should be released Tuesday night possibly Wednesday.

Also working on getting this stable at 1.9 for my next release

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Awesomesauce! also .....1.9 ?!?!?!
I felt like Doc yelling 1.21 gigawatts the first time i read your post. cant wait to see how far it goes.. mind you i think i might be at my extreme with 1.7 right now but go ahead and prove me wrong i dont mind
31st March 2012, 08:33 PM |#33  
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Is there any reason why all of the Holiday kernels, both GB and ICS, don't support the standard voltage tables that show up in apps like SetCPU and Xan's Voltage Control?
31st March 2012, 09:42 PM |#34  
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Is there any reason why all of the Holiday kernels, both GB and ICS, don't support the standard voltage tables that show up in apps like SetCPU and Xan's Voltage Control?

I don't think setcpu can adjust the voltages. Only the CPU frequencies. I use system tuner to adjust voltages.

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31st March 2012, 10:39 PM |#35  
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I don't think setcpu can adjust the voltages. Only the CPU frequencies. I use system tuner to adjust voltages.

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It can but something has to be implemented into the kernel.
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I tried this with the cm9 alphas

Lol ensued

Maybe you can help out on the kernal work

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1st April 2012, 01:57 AM |#37  
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I tried this with the cm9 alphas

Lol ensued

Maybe you can help out on the kernal work

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I'll take a look at it when I have a chance shouldn't be too difficult to put together an asop version.

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1st April 2012, 02:11 AM |#38  
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Awesome , love your work btw no issues at all

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1st April 2012, 07:49 AM |#39  
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thanks man this rocks
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I'be added bfq io to my source. I'll be releasing Tuesday night at the latest. I want to test it completely first still working on getting 1.9ghz though

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