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21st May 2012, 11:38 PM |#11  
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Something went wrong for me too
I wasn't previously using datafix,flashed it and checked my /datadata a very little time after reboot that was 128Mb free.Seemed a lot of free space comparing to the only-libs 2903 version.For the same initial configuration/apps installed i usually get about 88Mb of free space after flashing 2903.
Just a little while later i noticed a datadata folder in /datadata and free space was now 66Mb...I reboot and /datadata ended full.

Note:Users of Devil or MnIcs get after each boot a user.log (+ a .bak of the previous boot) that describe among others things init.d process,it could help to paste it here
 
 
22nd May 2012, 12:53 AM |#12  
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Seems to work for me... but can someone tell me what the following folders are for and if I need them or if they're remnants of some past datafix?

/data/data.new
/data/data2

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22nd May 2012, 02:14 AM |#13  
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Originally Posted by TheeWolf

Hi,

Nice work.
Something I don't understand - how should I choose which apps I have their cache go to the /data partition? Apps that I frequently access? Apps that take a lot of space?

None would be the best choice.

Moving their cache out of /datadata can potentially make them laggy. However, some apps have massive caches (Flipboard, Chrome, Google Music, etc.); as such, these apps are unusable unless you do move their cache (or unless you have very few apps installed).
22nd May 2012, 02:17 AM |#14  
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I wonder why so many people are having troubles. I'll give the script a try soon. It looks good! Thanks for your monumental contribution, Wendigogo.
22nd May 2012, 03:49 AM |#15  
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Donations :
As I spent some time (and coffee) for this (and april datafix for those following previous xda thread) I think about a donation button. Give me your advise on that please ...
But just a little "Thanks, it works great !" would be great !

My vote is that you SHOULD put up a donation button, I am happy to contribute to your coffee fund (so long as you don't drink Starbuck's ;) But since you're French, you surely have better taste than that!)
22nd May 2012, 04:33 AM |#16  
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After upgrade to ver.0521 from 0329, I have the following problems:

1. There is a data.new folder, I wonder if it can be removed.
2. new installed apps haven't been moved to datadata
3. removed apps haven't been removed from datadata

I'm on cm9 0520 with devil 0.56 kernel, busybox updated to 1.20.

By the way, the scripts run well under scripts manager.
22nd May 2012, 06:24 AM |#17  
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Just a stupid question.
Why Samsung Roms dont need it ?
How works the solution of Samsung?

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I GUESS it is easy to manage across all devices for the cm team without having to write specific code for different devices.
22nd May 2012, 09:18 AM |#18  
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Seems to work for me... but can someone tell me what the following folders are for and if I need them or if they're remnants of some past datafix?

/data/data.new
/data/data2

Thanks.

+1. Why do we need those folders to be kept in data? But when I tried to delete data.new I got FC's for all of my apps. Seems that data.new has replaced data/data folder.

And one more. I wanted to move com.android.email to data/data completely and edited skip_apps.txt. But when I check datadata folder with Disk Usage app - com.android.email still remains there.
What have I done wrong?

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22nd May 2012, 09:32 AM |#19  
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I find that 0521 version uses busybox for copy /move /mkdir operation, which is different from old versions.
22nd May 2012, 09:54 AM |#20  
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After 3 reboots /datadata is still empty...

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22nd May 2012, 10:42 AM |#21  
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After 3 reboots /datadata is still empty...

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Try using Script Manager to run the script manually.
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