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- Jan 2, 2011
Interactive is for HMP based schedulers while we're using EAS. So no it's not worth to use or look into it at all.Thanks for your reply, you made me notice some stuff I was not counting on.
By the way, do you think Interactive Governor is still worth to try? Or schedutil is better for 4.19? I can't find an updated cpufreq_interactive.c for 4.19 kernel though, ones from Yoda (4.9) and below has some errors when I try to port to 4.19 Obiwan source code directly, I might attempt to fix it I guess but I'm wondering if it's still worth to use, do you have any info about that?
Also, do you know any good efficient CPU freqs for Snapdragon 865+? I mean, in the Franco Kernel app there are some freqs not used at all but instead it makes primer core to jump straight to 3.09 GHz, I was wondering if I might just cap it at a few lower freqs for all 3 core types.
Thank you again!
Google around for the EAS documentation and you'll quickly find out.
You can look at freqbench results. They're up on GitHub. Might give you an idea, however how accurate those are you need to judge for yourself.
The battery saver accessible via cleanslate config app lets you already restrict the cpufreqs to three different levels already.