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[Kernel] [.38.8] intersectRaven's Kernel (AVS/CAVS)01/08/2011 22:00

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2nd April 2010, 01:41 PM |#101  
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IntersectRaven, not sure if you mentioned this earlier or not, but did you put back "ondemand" option for SetCPU?
 
 
2nd April 2010, 01:51 PM |#102  
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Have you cleared your battery stats and tried it for a couple of reboots? It usually clears up after one or two reboots on a new flash if you were from the non-AVS kernel before.

Yes, i charged completely and wiped battery stats and cache. I did about 10 reboots and after landing on homescreen it did everytime either freeze or force a reboot.
Maybe my CPU is too lazy
I'm now back on the latest non-AVS, which works nice.
2nd April 2010, 01:53 PM |#103  
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IntersectRaven, not sure if you mentioned this earlier or not, but did you put back "ondemand" option for SetCPU?

Yeah. Its set as default now but if you want to go to other CPU governors, I included all of them so you can select what works best for you.

Btw, to all who are having problems with AVS, you can help me pinpoint the problem by doing the ff:
1.) Do not remove your N1 from the USB after rebooting.
2.) Wait for 'adb devices' to recognize your device and type 'adb shell'.
3.) Enter 'cat /proc/kmsg' and press enter. Tell me if you're seeing lines starting with AVS and what the message is.

I'm guessing the instability is being caused by some processors who can't handle even the maximum voltage of this kernel, 1250, and needs the default of 1275 to function properly.
2nd April 2010, 01:59 PM |#104  
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@intersectRaven,

I am not really sure if that (1.250v) could be the case, as I set maximum voltage to 1275v in avs source... having this possibility in mind.

But still, even with 1.275v set as maximum voltage in AVS people do complain about those reboots.

I noticed that you are using stock frequency for booting... I thought that IT could be the problem as I am overclocking it... but, it looks like it's not that either.
2nd April 2010, 02:03 PM |#105  
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@intersectRaven,

I am not really sure if that (1.250v) could be the case, as I set maximum voltage to 1275v in avs source... having this possibility in mind.

But still, even with 1.275v set as maximum voltage in AVS people do complain about those reboots.

I noticed that you are using stock frequency for booting... I thought that IT could be the problem as I am overclocking it... but, it looks like it's not that either.

I see...it still would be nice to know what AVS is reporting in those instances where it causes a not responding fault in those N1s. If ever there are no AVS problems, then it really may just be the processor not supporting it.
2nd April 2010, 02:41 PM |#106  
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Yes, definitely... let's see if AVS debug messages will point us to where the problem could be in those reboots.
2nd April 2010, 04:38 PM |#107  
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Appreciate your efforts in bring back wireless tethering support but now I get a different error that's preventing the app from working.

In the wireless tethering app's log it says "Enabling NAT rules... failed"

Sorry I can't help you guys with the AVS freezing/rebooting problems that some are experiencing as this has never happened to me. And the AVS debug msg never does appear in my Kernel Messages. Guess that means my CPU likes the AVS code
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2nd April 2010, 11:35 PM |#108  
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just got another freeze with 'cat /proc/kmsg' running, but there was no message from avs...
2nd April 2010, 11:58 PM |#109  
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just got another freeze with 'cat /proc/kmsg' running, but there was no message from avs...

Hmmm...I see...that means it wasn't having a problem adjusting itself nor is AVS receiving requests from the processor that it needs more juice. Oh well, I'll just compile a non-AVS kernel as well. If ever you need to verify which is AVS and non-AVS, the #1 builds will be AVS while the #2 builds will be non-AVS.
3rd April 2010, 12:02 AM |#110  
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Hmmm...I see...that means it wasn't having a problem adjusting itself nor is AVS receiving requests from the processor that it needs more juice. Oh well, I'll just compile a non-AVS kernel as well. If ever you need to verify which is AVS and non-AVS, the #1 builds will be AVS while the #2 builds will be non-AVS.

That would be great! thank you
maybe you can get avs stable on every device one day
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