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[KERNEL] Synergy v0.10 [CK3+, Autogrouping, OC, UV, BFQ, BLN, OTG]

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5th November 2011, 01:44 AM |#21  
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no prob

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Yea. Huge difference. No lag and apps open/close smooth. 1.8 was a huge improvement over stock so i just left it.

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5th November 2011, 01:48 AM |#22  
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What's ck3+ ?

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5th November 2011, 02:01 AM |#23  
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I flashed the kernel and when it booted is was very very sluggish. Went to setcpu and saw it booted at 1800mhz so i put it back down to 1512 and everything is smooth

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What's ck3+ ?

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CK3 patch sets were originally designed by Con kolivas improve system responsiveness and interactivity with specific emphasis on the desktop, but suitable to any workload.

It merges BFS with Jens Axboe's CFQ I/O scheduer. The patchset includes a number of interesting patches, including autoregulated virtual memory swappiness, batch scheduling, isochronous scheduling, and improved support for hyperthreading.

So default sched is CFQ but its the ck3 edition. the + stands for some tweaks Ziggy471 has done to further make them optimized for the android mobile platform.
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Confirm working on Juggernaut v2.0, great job. Everything running smooth. Thanks.

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ty!! gonna try it out after jugs
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i dint even use setCPU i just let it run stock and it was sluggish especially when you try to swipe from screen to screen.
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Any chance of adding BLN support?
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i dint even use setCPU i just let it run stock and it was sluggish especially when you try to swipe from screen to screen.

Yea cuz it boots at 1800 but ur gonna have to put it down with setcpu and it will be buttery smooth. This feels smoother then Jugs and I was on Jugs for 2 days.

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CK3 patch sets were originally designed by Con kolivas improve system responsiveness and interactivity with specific emphasis on the desktop, but suitable to any workload.

It merges BFS with Jens Axboe's CFQ I/O scheduer. The patchset includes a number of interesting patches, including autoregulated virtual memory swappiness, batch scheduling, isochronous scheduling, and improved support for hyperthreading.

So default sched is CFQ but its the ck3 edition. the + stands for some tweaks Ziggy471 has done to further make them optimized for the android mobile platform.

Thanks! Definitely will try it out

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5th November 2011, 04:42 AM |#31  
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Any chance of adding BLN support?

Great to see kernel development starting to warm up.

A second here for BLN support, that'd be really great.

Also, would it be possible to make the undervolting use whatever interface SetCPU uses to control voltage? That was a really pleasant way to undervolt on my previous phone.

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