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[KERNEL][OC][STOCK/CROMI] JB 4.2.1 ★ Hundsbuah ★ 10.6.1.14.10 ★ v3.4.0 ★ BETA v3.4.4

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17th February 2013, 11:16 AM |#51  
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I would change it in system tuner pro, wait a moment, maybe back out and open back up, and every time it would be back at interactive.
 
 
17th February 2013, 11:39 AM |#52  
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you have to set: set on next boot or something similar. per default its always interactive.

systemtuner settings -> active tweaks -> reapply cpu settings after boot -> on boot completed

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17th February 2013, 11:45 AM |#53  
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Or just change it with Antutu CPU Tool
17th February 2013, 03:22 PM |#54  
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Just try the ROW Governor, very high I/O Speed.

ROW doesn't increase your I/O, you have over 10,000 because of fsync disabled.
17th February 2013, 05:14 PM |#55  
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does s.o else has reboots when connected a huge hd (2tb, 120k mp3 files) with ntfs filesystem via usb when running a media scanner (music player for example) over the drive?

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17th February 2013, 05:21 PM |#56  
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does s.o else has reboots when connected a huge hd (2tb, 120k mp3 files) with ntfs filesystem via usb when running a media scanner (music player for example) over the drive?

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What I'm saying is the I/O score in quadrant is not increase by selected ROW, this number (in quadrant) only increase when you have fsync disabled, not by select ANY TYPE of scheduler. Without fsync disabled, quadrant I/O should be around 8000-8800, with fsync disabled it should be 10,000+. Without fsync disabled and just enable ROW, you are NOT going to get the quadrant I/O to go from 8000 to 10,000...Nope.
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What I'm saying is the I/O score in quadrant is not increase by selected ROW, this number (in quadrant) only increase when you have fsync disabled, not by select ANY TYPE of scheduler. Without fsync disabled, quadrant I/O should be around 8000-8800, with fsync disabled it should be 10,000+. Without fsync disabled and just enable ROW, you are NOT going to get the quadrant I/O to go from 8000 to 10,000...Nope.

I have a tweakio script I wrote for some other tabs that will boost the i/o scores. I was planning to implement it into my kernel.. Im curious if Hundsbuah would like to team up with my project and do away with CFS standard task scheduler and add in my patched autogroup scheduler for android. Should see performance and smoothness gains across all aspects of the tablet. Let me take a look at my tweak-io script and see what I need to modify for the Asus partitions to get those scores up higher..
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Im curious if Hundsbuah would like to team up with my project and do away with CFS standard task scheduler and add in my patched autogroup scheduler for android.

You mean CONFIG_SCHED_AUTOGROUP? I thought that this isn't a scheduler on its own, just an additional feature, right?
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THIS WOULD BE AWSOME/!!! Just can't wait for this ))

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I have a tweakio script I wrote for some other tabs that will boost the i/o scores. I was planning to implement it into my kernel.. Im curious if Hundsbuah would like to team up with my project and do away with CFS standard task scheduler and add in my patched autogroup scheduler for android. Should see performance and smoothness gains across all aspects of the tablet. Let me take a look at my tweak-io script and see what I need to modify for the Asus partitions to get those scores up higher..

hi linuxsociety,

where are your sources? may i have a look on it? it would be great if all kernel developers here can benefit from your work :thumbup:

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THIS WOULD BE AWSOME/!!! Just can't wait for this ))

I quickly baked a kernel with the autogroup patch:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=174
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