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[Voodoo Lagfix] : Play Voodoo with STOCK ECLAIR / FROYO kernels! - UPDATE : JM9 , JPM

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By dkcldark, Member on 19th September 2010, 04:35 AM
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Sorry for being so late. I've been extremely busy recently..

Thank you very much.


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I've made a new update.zip

This is 98% identical with the original Voodoo lagfix-only 3.0.

the only differences are

1. loading modules on booting.

2. using stock JM8 kernel

Thanks ^^


# to users who are using the previous voodoo-with-stock kernels

-> Overwrite it!


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THANK YOU SUPERCURIO!!!!!

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### EDIT ###

1. updated JM9 support!!

2. FroYo JPM support : just remove the ".zip" at the end (Only for Odin flashing at the moment)
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19th September 2010, 05:09 AM |#2  
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Sound interesting.
What about Benchmarking and battery life?

Thanks for developing.
19th September 2010, 06:12 AM |#3  
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19th September 2010, 06:14 AM |#4  
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How did you modify the JM8 kernel? I thought we were limited to using the source provided by Samsung for the kernel (which is probably not the exact same as the ones used in its firmwares). Anyway, great work! Off to read more about NILFS2 now

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19th September 2010, 07:31 AM |#5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ed10000

How did you modify the JM8 kernel? I thought we were limited to using the source provided by Samsung for the kernel (which is probably not the exact same as the ones used in its firmwares). Anyway, great work! Off to read more about NILFS2 now

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He found a nice way to modify kernels. He has a post up on it earlier.

Any chance for a JH2 or JM5 kernel as well? Preferably with EXT4! I don't like NILFS2 myself, since it feels sluggish.
19th September 2010, 07:50 AM |#6  
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http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...s_nilfs2&num=7

Please read this benchmark.

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19th September 2010, 08:31 AM |#7  
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This is great news. Could you post a version that uses EXT4 with the JM8 kernel please? I'd like to use the stock kernel rather than one compiled from source like in voodoo because I assume it's better optimised. Could you also post the files you used and some instructions on how you did it? I'd like to have a look at how it's implemented. Thanks!

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19th September 2010, 08:54 AM |#8  
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absolutely the most voodoo lag super speed Thx
19th September 2010, 08:58 AM |#9  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 4myra

http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...s_nilfs2&num=7

Please read this benchmark.

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We are not done with our EXT4 vs. Btrfs vs. NILFS2 file-system testing as we still have to run these new file-systems on a solid state disk, but as it stands right now

Please read your own benchmark! Solid state != Spinning disk.
Not to say the results would definitely change, but the benchmark itself is fairly useless for the SGS.
19th September 2010, 09:29 AM |#10  
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Is this going to work even though I have JM1 installed? Having that you used the JM8 kernel.

Thanks!
19th September 2010, 09:44 AM |#11  
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Thanks!
The test in M2 and became really fast now!

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