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[KERNEL] (XWKL1) Lulz Kernel Build 18/Tegrak Build 31

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24th June 2011, 05:13 PM |#101  
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My fault... I frozen an app and had forgotten. That was causing android os running wild with power consumed faster than what usb charger couldn't fill... battery was going down even when plugged

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thanks for reminding me, I eventually did read the older threads and did not found an answer to my questions, which is why I sis finally post them.
I did read the thread about someone preferring deadline over cfq but it doesn't explain which is a bigger battery saver and what about noop.

For the record last time I flashed a tegrak kernel over a cf-kernel I was missing the backup and restore features...
 
 
24th June 2011, 05:36 PM |#102  
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thanks for reminding me, I eventually did read the older threads and did not found an answer to my questions, which is why I sis finally post them.
I did read the thread about someone preferring deadline over cfq but it doesn't explain which is a bigger battery saver and what about noop.

For the record last time I flashed a tegrak kernel over a cf-kernel I was missing the backup and restore features...

Schedulers are used to define how android handles the I/O about how and when performing read/write operations. If you want more technical info I think the wikipedia article about I/O schedulers is a good starting point
Cfq is the android default and it's the most complex in CPU instructions while the other should be slightly faster but it's really an almost unnoticeable improvement unless you stress test the I/O

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24th June 2011, 05:48 PM |#103  
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I have tested Lulz Kernel on my Thunderbolt 1.2 Rom, and now with Interactive governor I get 3432 points with quadrant, compared to 3200 points you get with the previous kernel set on Ondemand!!

Without overclock and with a good UV!!

Then.... great Tegrak!
24th June 2011, 06:16 PM |#104  
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I have tested Lulz Kernel on my Thunderbolt 1.2 Rom, and now with Interactive governor I get 3432 points with quadrant, compared to 3200 points you get with the previous kernel set on Ondemand!!

Without overclock and with a good UV!!

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Quadrant gives different results each run and not optimized for dual core.
Try next time cf-bench or smartbench 2011. They're a less spectacular but better choice for benchmarking


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24th June 2011, 06:34 PM |#105  
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Quadrant gives different results each run and not optimized for dual core.
Try next time cf-bench or smartbench 2011. They're a less spectacular but better choice for benchmarking


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hi,
like to try yhis kernel ...
if install, loose the CWM by chainfire , right ?
grazie for reply
24th June 2011, 06:40 PM |#106  
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Quadrant gives different results each run and not optimized for dual core.
Try next time cf-bench or smartbench 2011. They're a less spectacular but better choice for benchmarking


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smartbench 2011 :

productivity Index: 3851
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24th June 2011, 09:26 PM |#107  
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Hello Tegrak can you include these iptimizations to your next kernel version?

"Default Kernel Optimizations

If anyone is compiling a kernel, please unset CONFIG_UEVENT_HELPER_PATH.
It is currently set to /sbin/hotplug, which does not exist.

You might also set

echo 5 > /proc/sys/vm/laptop_mode
echo 1500 > /proc/sys/vm/dirty_writeback_centisecs

somewhere in the initramfs."
24th June 2011, 10:28 PM |#108  
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Did flash Lulz, but phone hang at startup when it scan sd card so you have to pull battery to start it over.. and happens 10/10 so seems i have something it does not like on my phone tho.
24th June 2011, 11:13 PM |#109  
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Did flash Lulz, but phone hang at startup when it scan sd card so you have to pull battery to start it over.. and happens 10/10 so seems i have something it does not like on my phone tho.

Obviously you haven't disabled Tegrak OC before flashing... how could you pretend it works when all voltages are scaled due to new frequencies? 1152MHz is running with settings for 1000 while 1100MHz is running with settings of 800MHz and so on...

BTW Another reboot should have dysplayed the overclock warning of the stability monitor...

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25th June 2011, 12:59 AM |#110  
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hi,
like to try yhis kernel ...
if install, loose the CWM by chainfire , right ?
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Yep that's correct.
25th June 2011, 02:35 AM |#111  
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Obviously you haven't disabled Tegrak OC before flashing... how could you pretend it works when all voltages are scaled due to new frequencies? 1152MHz is running with settings for 1000 while 1100MHz is running with settings of 800MHz and so on...

BTW Another reboot should have dysplayed the overclock warning of the stability monitor...

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Yeah this is right. I thought I already prevent this situation, but codes does not

I fixed it yesterday. (ultimate v0.5.1.4)
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