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I've read that F2FS has performance degradation in the long run. Is it true? Not in Arters implementation. I think it's called rapid GC that he enabled which stops the degradation of performance. It's his saving grace on the Pixel 3 phones....
Among the flood of tech support posts. Just want to say thank you :D Working flawlessly on my first try
Hey, Thanks a lor for your awesome Kernel which I currently use since the beginning. However with the last one the I managed to use it and set it 300 mhz but looks like now the minimum isnnot even the base one 576 mhz , I cannot get below 652 mhz...
Does disabling ZRAM decrease performance or responsiveness? Since there's less CPU cycles being used on the zram part it could increase performance if you disable it. Most of the time it's negligible during day to day activity. More of a thing if...
Any plans with F2FS? At the moment there isn't. EAS is still the primary focus and further optimizing the kernel