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Which is the best Governor and Scheduler combination for battery life and play games

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Average usage: OnDemand & scheduler depending on your tasks (ROW for video&playing, deadline for everything else; for raw I/O performance you could use SIO or NOOP)

 

"Gaming mode": Either OnDemand or Interactive & SIO or NOOP (alternative: ROW or deadline).

 

But that's just my theoretically oppinion. I guess everyone got it's own preferences.

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The onDemand governor is updated from mainline so it is improved than our stock Ondemand and really acts as or better like the famous intelliDemand ! So i guess it would be good battery life and performance (when needed)

I use ROW scheduler...just because all was yelling to get it :P

Edit :- I opened the page as a tab earlier and put the phone there ! Sorry a bit late :P

Master talks :D :D (moddingg33k)

Edited by SH3H1

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The claimed benefit of ROW is like the name says itself already -> "Read Over Write". It's supposed to prefer READ requests OVER WRITING, which shall improve responsiveness and prevent writing requests from issuing any kind of stuttering during multimedia usage (watching a video or playing games).

 

That's the theory at least.

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When you remove theory grounds you have from schedulers:

Deadline for everything & anything,

CFQ as a name says fairly good &

NOOP for multimedia and databases (bat we don't use much of those).

Edited by ZolaIII

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Which is the best Governor and Scheduler combination for battery life and play games

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I dont know.

My configuration is interactiv+deadline

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So far so good - (On 2G) looks like everything smooth and efficient !

OnDemant+ROW+Zram(12%)

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From Ma Y300

Edit:- Hit 3hr screen on @45%

All the time = Whatsapp+UCbrowser

This kernel build is just too perfect for browsing and reading stuffs :O

It's nice that the auto hotplug activates the second core smartly even in low frequency => Same time Battery life and smooth real world usage !

Looks like i'm gonna have a record of my own screen on time :D

Edit2: i have scored almost 5hr once - it's my best

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So far so good - (On 2G) looks like everything smooth and efficient !

OnDemant+ROW+Zram(12%)

70391.jpg

70393.jpg

From Ma Y300

wich kernel do you use??

in latest experimental , noop and cfq only...

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wich kernel do you use??

in latest experimental , noop and cfq only...

Last version = the rewritten autohotplug

OnDemand+ROW

EDIT: It's independent day here :D Happy <3

I think i got rid of double post issue with UC Browser :P

Edited by SH3H1

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@modding33k

I read about the kgsk driver update with adreno 2xx in their forum

In a qualcom post a dev say that the kernel must be ion for implement the new driver

So the question is : is this kernel ION or not ??

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It is ion bat it's old infrastructure, beside it needs dozen other things to be on pair with it.

With every adreno blob relied stands a kernel revision with what it whose tested and working. So you basically need to get all important stuff on pair with that kernel release to ensure that working. This is a little hard (almost impossible) with ours kernel. Our kernel is itching like stubborn old girl. :)

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help guys, im in aosp mod by h3ros and latest synopsis, when i wake up this morning,i awake my phone to check the status, and this is the result..

post-1038692-14081422202668_thumb.jpgpost-1038692-14081422202668_thumb.jpgeven if i didnt touch the phone from 11:30pm to 6:00am, the 320mhz is much higher than the deepsleep mode..

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Edited by squal

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Please take a look to the kernel_wakelock statistic too. Userspace stats seem to look OK in case they are completely.

 

And please avoid posting such large pics. Try to add an "

" around them ;)

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Please take a look to the kernel_wakelock statistic too. Userspace stats seem to look OK in case they are completely.

And please avoid posting such large pics. Try to add an "

" around them ;)

sorry about that;)

its down to 2%-3% after reboot post-1038692-14081554438389_thumb.jpg

but what happen to the deepsleep? even i didnt wake my phone in the whole night till morning...the 320mhz is still dominant than deepsleep...

EDIT: in my tricstermod,the frequency lock is ON...so that i switced to frequency lock OFF, then reboot..and works OK now.

Edited by squal

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Swapon and swapoff output on terminal emulator : function not implemented

Have you removed swap support ??

Edited by luca020400

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Updated build: (- STABLE -): http://www29.zippyshare.com/v/33367987/file.html

 

  • revert back to MP-Decision hotplugging, until fine-tuning of the kernel's auto-hotplug is done. currently I'm far from being satisfied with it.
  • revert back to stock ondemand (need to work on it along with auto-hotplug; i've also noticed some regressions related to one of the cpu-frequency modules which I need to track step-by-step)
  • some minor performance related updates & fixes.

 

If you are satisfied with your current kernel there is no reasonable need to upgrade to this version.

 

This build goes to my STABLE mediafire folder for now.

cool thanks modd

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I don't know

I don't understand what happen

I only reported a bug

Removed mine post

Edited by luca020400

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