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You know... I just realized that I've had SetCPU switching my device to conservative all this time. I did it so long ago I didn't even remember.

So it seems like either:
1) It's some sort of timing issue that is exacerbated by smartmax
2) Possibly some sort of bug with smartmax itself
Dont think this is a smartmax issues
1) its not the default governor so most people will not use it anyway or dont even know about it
2) I only run smartmax and never ever had a single issue like that
3) opie reported that also with smartmax he had no BSODs anymore
4) smartmax is the only bug free governor :P

So if its a ondemand issue and the only thing that "could" cause it are the SMP
enhancements like cpu thread parking. Since only ondemand is using that.
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Dont think this is a smartmax issues
1) its not the default governor so most people will not use it anyway or dont even know about it
2) I only run smartmax and never ever had a single issue like that
3) opie reported that also with smartmax he had no BSODs anymore
4) smartmax is the only bug free governor :P

So if its a ondemand issue and the only thing that "could" cause it are the SMP
enhancements like cpu thread parking. Since only ondemand is using that.
+1

After facing issues with SOD I too switched to smartmax and after that everything was fine.
 
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After facing issues with SOD I too switched to smartmax and after that everything was fine.
Yes - next build from @Entropy512 will revert the changes we think causes the ondemand issues
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Dont think this is a smartmax issues
1) its not the default governor so most people will not use it anyway or dont even know about it
2) I only run smartmax and never ever had a single issue like that
3) opie reported that also with smartmax he had no BSODs anymore
4) smartmax is the only bug free governor :P

So if its a ondemand issue and the only thing that "could" cause it are the SMP
enhancements like cpu thread parking. Since only ondemand is using that.
Oh, I thought smartmax was the new default.

I've uploaded a new build now with those reverts - 8/28. It also contains a fix for LVM configurations - storage_list_lvm.xml was missing definitions for the external SD, so you could access it from the shell but not apps.

I've also attached an update to setuplvm to this post.

A few observations from last night on LVM:
Restoring a recovery backup from a non-LVM configuration onto an LVM configuration will cause problems. Some sort of weird permissions issues with the emulated storage. I haven't had time to investigate what is going on here yet. I suggest using Titanium Backup to backup/restore.

LVM is now active on my daily driver device, and my test device is in the old config.
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