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Simply edit build.prop > dalvik.vm.dexopt-data-only=0 and system@*.dex move to /cache. It works just fine on cm-11 and gain plenty of free space in /data partition.

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So it just links the dalvik to cache to free data space, is it?
What if, then, cache partition is added to data? Will have dalvik in cache plus the extra space left there in data

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So it just links the dalvik to cache to free data space, is it?
What if, then, cache partition is added to data? Will have dalvik in cache plus the extra space left there in data
This is not a simple symlinking. I had, in the past manually done it to sdext. Ran ICS this way for ages, but CM10 brought boot loops. Android is not very tolerant of these schemes, as I said.

The result is that system dexes get placed in /cache/dalvik-cache. User dexes remain in /data/dalvik-cache, Apparently succeeds in CM11, not in Omni.

The alternative of re-partitioning the nand would be much more difficult and dangerous than simply assuring correct implementation.
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So it just links the dalvik to cache to free data space, is it?
What if, then, cache partition is added to data? Will have dalvik in cache plus the extra space left there in data

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No, it's not just linking, but moved all system dexes to /cache. I think you can't add cache partition to data as Dovidhalevi said.

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The result is that system dexes get placed in /cache/dalvik-cache. User dexes remain in /data/dalvik-cache, Apparently succeeds in CM11, not in Omni.

The alternative of re-partitioning the nand would be much more difficult and dangerous than simply assuring correct implementation.
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Thanks for using my sources but not mentioning me anywhere at all. As you certainly know, I have forked and patched some of the PA repos to make AOSPA run better on our ARMv6 devices and this took me some time.
Why I know that you used my work? You starred one of my repos some days ago and the build number in the Screenshot is hardcoded to "KTU84M" (should actually be "pa_p500..." and so on.
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So I looked to AOSPA-armv6, and I'm impressed I moved to armv7 phone, which should be better to work on. And we don't had an AOSP based ROM, only CM11 I must said this: Forum XDA won't ever had a team like this armv6 team. Such a well done job
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