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[KERNEL] [Y300/G510] Synopsis Kernel For Cyanogenmod and SlimKat


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Ohh, I see. It doesn't get changed. Hmmm. I'll take a look.

Petformance govenor at boot is a default setting and I reverted back to it. For an stable boot there musn't be any frequency scaling during the hardware init part.

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Guest dinotre

anyway m8 this is a really good job... I don't have lags even if I set conservative governor and min freq to 96

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while i was searching for the best compromise between performance e battery life I accidentally went to https://translate.google.it/translate?sl=it&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=it&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fbicocca.net%2F2013%2F10%2F28%2Fil-miglior-governor-io-scheduler%2F&edit-text=&act=url

 

it says that the best compromise between performance e battery life is CONSERVATIVE governor and ROW SCHEDULER... thereafter I set those if possible...

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while i was searching for the best compromise between performance e battery life I accidentally went to https://translate.google.it/translate?sl=it&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=it&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fbicocca.net%2F2013%2F10%2F28%2Fil-miglior-governor-io-scheduler%2F&edit-text=&act=url

it says that the best compromise between performance e battery life is CONSERVATIVE governor and ROW SCHEDULER... thereafter I set those if possible...

We did pretty much optimized ondemand & hot plug. ROW is not present or wort adding if you ask me. Recipe for optimal performance & battery life is much more completed... use deadline & in next release I will tune it to more prioritize read over write & preserve rq of write requests. Edited by ZolaIII
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Guest Chefo93

Anyway, the kernel is great, really smoothed out the stutters with the last version, epic one! Thank you for the hard work you're doing! :)

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Guest fonz93

How to enable zram on cm10.1 using this kernel? I'm using ExpertROM v3

 

You can simply do it via performance menu made by cyanogenmod, don't use the performance control app because it uses a different way to set ZRAM disksize and you'll have a different value

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You can simply do it via performance menu made by cyanogenmod, don't use the performance control app because it uses a different way to set ZRAM disksize and you'll have a different value

But from Cyano's Performance menu i can only set zram till 26% i.e In Percentage not by value.
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26% is 102 mb disksize, i think it should be the best value, if you want to set the disksize manually you have to follow this: https://github.com/moddingg33k/android_kernel_huawai_Y300-J1/wiki/README.zram

Sorry but the content written on that link is wayy too pro for me :p Right now i'm using 250mb SWAP in my system partition. Will i get a boost if i'll use a zram? Again can i get an easy guide to edit a disksize & enabling zram? Edited by noobSU
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Sorry but the content written on that link is wayy too pro for me :P Right now i'm using 250mb SWAP in my system partition. Will i get a boost if i'll use a zram? Again can i get an easy guide to edit a disksize & enabling zram?

 

As i said, the easiest way is to set 18 or 26% in performance menu... or you can try to use a different app to set ZRAM

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Sorry but the content written on that link is wayy too pro for me :p Right now i'm using 250mb SWAP in my system partition. Will i get a boost if i'll use a zram? Again can i get an easy guide to edit a disksize & enabling zram?

No most likely you will get a slowdown & a battery drain.
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I've been testing ZRAM for a while and wouldn't say that the impact on the battery is so huge that you should stay away from using ZRAM. Of course it depends on your workload and on other factors.

 

EDIT: maybe the battery drain was true for older and unpatched zram versions. But I think with those patches it's fine.

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