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Galaxy Nexus - [4.4.x] Fancy Kernel

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Feature list:

  • based on CM10.1 kernel source, kept up-to-date (version 3.0.61)
  • CPU frequencies: 192, 384, 537, 729, 1036, 1228, 1420 MHz (default on boot: 192 - 1228)
  • GPU frequency control: 307, 384 (default), 512 MHz
  • control to set a minimum CPU frequency for screen-on (default: 384 MHz)
  • Will help with smoothness and responsiveness when you use the phone. When screen is off, however, 192 MHz frequency is used as well.
  • color, contrast and gamma contols
  • content adaptive brightness off by default, sane and natural looking color settings
  • CPU governors: pegasusq (default), dyninteractive, interactive, ondemand, powersave, performance
  • pegasusq is an ondemand based governor with hotplugging (=disables the second CPU core when it is not needed). It even hotplugs after some seconds when the screen is on.
  • I/O schedulers: noop (default), deadline, row, bfqv5
  • default TCP congestion control algorithm: westwood
  • various battery life tweaks (c4 state mods, writeback and dirty_ratio stuff)
  • optimized ext4 mounting via RAMDISK
  • sound control (high performance sound, volume boost; not enabled by default)
  • vibration strength control
  • battery life extender (BLX; default value: 97)
  • fast charge
  • fsync toggle (on by default)
  • PGM support
  • various performance tweaks (crc32: slice8 algorithm, SSD random I/O latency tweak, 1024kb readahead, a few more things)
  • increased threshold for CPU thermal throttling
  • ARM CPU topology: multi-core scheduling (saves battery by scheduling load among the CPU cores)
  • removed some debug stuff and serial I/O support
  • sysfs path to show current GPU frequency
  • smartreflex voltage handling
  • LZO(p) kernel compression to make booting a little faster
  • some more things... go check the source if you're interested.
  • compiled with Google toolchain (GCC 4.6) for maximum stability and compatibility

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Entwickler: boype

Original Kernel Thread: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2115590

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Changelog:


r34 >> r35


- updated Linux to version 3.0.86

- reverted "lowmemorykiller: Use asynchronous compaction when killing processes" (fixes SODs that were introduced with r34)

- introduce Tuna optimized VMSPLIT of 2.5G/1.5G (what I used to call 'memory mapping optimization')

- updated LZO compression to current upstream version

- reverted a few commits that may have been responsible for higher battery drain

- re-introduced 3.4 lowmemorykiller (rest of the staging driver stays 3.0 though!)

- RAMdisk: fix interactive boostpulse permissions (thx to franco-c)

- RAMdisk: tweak TCP buffer sizes the AOSP way (thx to franco-c)


r33 >> r34


- updated to Linux 3.0.85

- cgroup/timer_slack: fix cgroup permission errors (no more logcat spam)

- reverted backported 3.4 android staging driver to original 3.0 one (includes lowmemorykiller; seems snappier than the ported 3.4 driver)

- lowmemorykiller: do asynchronous memory compaction on killing processes (kind of an automatic RAM-defragmentation; might help with maintaining good performance over long up times)

- disabled zram functionality

- ondemandplus governor: two improvements from new interactive patches

- small cgroup tweaks (cf. git) 

- small block tweaks (cf. git)

- added 360 Launcher to whitelist (com.qihoo360.launcher)

- enable 1.5 GHz CPU overclock only for extended version (since it is not necessarily stable)

- few small bugfixes


r32 >> r33


- updated to Linux 3.0.84

- reverted to Google GCC 4.7 toolchain (reported to be smoother than Linaro)

- optimized LPDDR RAM timings (+ ~10% throughput; check the knowledge base for more info)

- reverted a few commits from TI repo that have been responsible for unusual battery drain apparently

- increased default thermal threshold to 70°C (was 64°C in r32; was 71°C in r31 and earlier; helps with slowdowns)

- added 1344 and 1536 MHz CPU steps (above 1.2 GHz ONLY the chosen maximum overclocking frequency will be used. E.g., if you choose 1420 MHz, 1344 will not be used)

- pulled-in latest interactive governor patches from Google 3.4 kernel source

- implemented io_is_busy function into ondemandplus governor and activated it

- implemented 'timer slack' feature (This will effectively reduce the number of CPU wakeups, saving battery; check the knowledge base for background information)

- added MiHome Launcher to whitelist (com.miui.mihome2)

- few other things


r31 >> r32


- updated to Linux 3.0.83

- enable trim_override to allow >= 1.4Ghz frequencies without lagging the device (credits to francisofranco)

- removed simple GPU governor (it wasn't working as it should. You can still pick from 307, 384 and 512 MHz like you can on other kernels)

- several mostly power management related fixes and also a cache tweak from Texas Instruments 

- SIOplus/deadline: Allow 0ms deadline latency

- implement temperature control (extended version only; credits to imoseyon)

- WiFi drop workaround improvement (no need to disable / enable WiFi manually anymore)

- switched compiler toolchain to Linaro Android GCC 4.7 (current version: 13.05) 

- few other things


r30 >> r31

- updated to Linux 3.0.82

- ondemandplus governor: fix adaptive timer_rate (the adaptive timer rate was never applied due to a coding-mistake)

- prevent Android OS to change the oom_score_adj value if it has been set to -1000 by the user (launchers are 100% bullet proof now. period.)

- block: disable iostats

- fixed issues for some users where the WiFi fix could not be executed

- few other minor things


r29 >> r30

- updated to Linux 3.0.81

- increased display brightness by 5% (previous values were a little too dim for outside-usage)

- control groups (cgroups): make systemui real time, move kswapd to a cgroup with less cpu shares and rt runtime (smoother experience with long system-up-times)

- launcher whitelist: fixes on kernel level to make launcher truly unkillable

- ondemandplus governor: implement adaptive timer_rate (save some battery in continuous low-usage and idle?!)

- reverted to bfqv5 i/o scheduler (v6 was unstable)

- applied proper bfqv5 tunables (thx sajty)

- enabled CFQ i/o scheduler

- WiFi drop fix from terminal (disable WiFi first, then type 'fixwifi' in terminal; reverted automatic WiFi suspend drop workaround)

- updates from CM10.1 RAMDISK

- some other small improvement(s)


r28 >> r29

- remove -ffast-math build flag (can maybe cause trouble due to rounding errors and stuff)

- SIOplus: tweaks

- freezer: shorten freezer sleep time using exponential backoff (probably better deep sleep)

- ondemandplus: increase down_differential

- workaround the WiFi suspend drops (see 'knowledge base' in OP; needs to be enabled!)

- re-introduce smarter automatic /cache trimming instead of discard mount option 

- block tweaks

- custom lowmemorykiller values (slightly more aggressive than stock)


r27 >> r28

- fixed toro data drops

  -> Revert back to 729 MHz CPU step instead of the previously introduced 806 MHz one (was responsible for the reported data drops)

- bcmdhd (wifi): pulled an update from the Google repo ('Fix sched scan processing')

- mount /cache partition as data=writeback (no journaling; faster)

- renice systemui process priority with -17 instead of -20 (-20 was too much - the phone used the maximum CPU frequency too often. I have tested this extensively.)

- build wifi driver as a module (it appears there's less RAM usage with this method; to be confirmed)

- disable swappiness on boot if zRAM has not been enabled (there's no swap device then, so why keep swappiness!?)

- one small scheduler tweak


r26 >> r27

- updated to Linux 3.0.80

- SIOplus: tweaks to make UI more fluid

- Revert "power: decrease the amount of time the device waits after entering low power mode to freeze processes" (maybe responsible for data drops?)

- some block tweaks to increase snappiness


r25 >> r26

- removed async read starvation feature from sioplus (debugging showed it is not necessary)

- reverted several changes that caused worse performance than r24 (e.g., systemui priority is back to -20, sched_mc_power_saving is back to 2, readahead is back to 256)

- increased CPU transition latency to 30000 (was 20000, this aims to fix CPU stangenesses as SODs and jerky 1.4 GHz)

- nomerges back to 0 (thanks 0smosis)


r24 >> r25

- introducing SIOplus i/o scheduler (modifications: functionality for specifying the starvation of async reads against sync reads; starved write requests counter only counts when there actually are write requests in the queue; fixed a bug)

- swapped the 729 MHz CPU OPP with an 806 MHz OPP (someone told me ~810 MHz was a 'sweet spot' for responsiveness)

- updated to Linux 3.0.78

- set sched_mc_power_savings = 1 to get rid of microlags

- scheduler system fine tuning

- use dirty_bytes instead of dirty_ratio

- increased read_ahead_kb to 384 (good intermediate setting between the sometimes more snappy 512 and the sometimes more responsive 256?)

- nr_requests down to 160 (anything above causes slight stutter)

- renice systemui process to -17 instead of -20 (-20 should only be given to very critical processes)

- added lowmemorykiller launcher whitelist (makes the launcher 'unkillable'; thanks to franciscofranco)


r23 >> r24

- elevated systemui process priority (smoother UI)

- trim filesystem on first boot after wiping cache and dalvik-cache (first boot takes a little longer due to this, but it pays off)

- re-enabled ro.adb.secure (all it needs is the updated adb version from the Android SDK)


r22 >> r23

- replaced busybox in ramdisk with a binary file that works as a standalone version (fixed all the fukkups ppl experienced in r22)

- fixed std version reporting itself as ext version

- hardcoded color settings again (ppl reported weird colors)

- disabled ro.adb.secure (adb wasn't working; this was recently added to the CM ramdisk)

- everything should be fixed on any ROM. Sorry for the trouble 


r21 >> r22

- updated to Linux 3.0.77

- backported staging driver (including lowmemorykiller) from 3.4 kernel (introducing superior memory handling in my opinion)

- added Hyper CPU governor

- several scheduler tweaks

- read_ahead_kb down to 256 (this may appear very low, but it is still twice as high as the stock setting and improves responsiveness imo) 

- several block and file system tweaks

- fixed dirty_ratio behavior that was increasingly filling up the RAM with 'garbage' (thus slowing down the phone)

- revert attempt to fix Wifi disconnects (was apparently responsible for some idle battery drain)

- fix deadline and SIO read / write expiring (caused lags and jerky UI sometimes)

- increased voltage for 1.4 GHz CPU OPP by 0.02V (someone reported a laggy phone with 1.4 GHz, probably caused by too little voltage)

- SDRAM power management fix from TI repo

- bcmdhd: workaround broken AC video queue in IBSS mode (from CM10.1 upstream)

- pulled-in latest updates from CM10.1 ramdisk

- added automatic APK zip-alignment on boot

- moved many previously hardcoded settings to ramdisk init script

- init.d support is now independent of the ROM having busybox included or not


r20 >> r21

- updated to Linux 3.0.76

- relaxed overtweaked SIO (smoother again, but still snappy)

- removed graphics memory related commit that most likely caused slowdowns

- fixed fsync not showing up in the ext version

- added random MAC id bugfix by imoseyon (someone had problems and requested it)

- added init.d execution to RAMDISK (still need busybox included in the ROM)

- added two block tweaks

- moved fuss from zip package to ramdisk

- moved powerHAL fix from zip package to ramdisk


r19 >> r20

- updated HSMMC driver from TI repo (noticable loading times improvement if you ask me)

- tweaked SIO to squeeze the most out of the new HSMMC driver

- fixed custom voltage not playing along with smartreflex enabled

- fixed a common bug with custom voltage, where some voltage corridors were not applicable

- wireless: lowered DTIM skipping in when device is asleep (hoping to get rid of Wifi disconnects)

- bye bye pegasusq governor

- three other fixes from TI repo


r18 >> r19

- reverted from SLQB memory allocator to SLUB (fixes PGM issues)

- Add assembler versions of AES and SHA1 for ARM platforms (better encryption performance with webpages)

- 3 minor fixes from ARM and TI


r17 >> r18

- updated Linux to version 3.0.75

- added and enabled SLQB memory allocator

- reverted the 10 percent brightness decrease (was just too dark outside)

- reverted the still present slight CPU undervolt (was too low, could cause some micro lags)

- improved automatic /cache trimming

- added power.tuna.so to flashable zip package (fixes the issue with resetting CPU frequency)

- fixed slightly inaccurate pixel clock setting

- pulled-in another 2 OMAPDSS patches from omapzoom repo

- some memory handling tweaks

- updated Broadcom WLAN driver (not the backport one other devs use)

- decrease the amount of time the device waits after entering low power mode to freeze processes (by franco)

- removed nodiratime mount option

- probably solved the low-brightness on wake-up problem (not entirely sure; please report)


r16 >> r17

- fixed screen-flicker problem

- a few other minor things


r15 >> r16

- updated Linux to version 3.0.74

- increased voltages for lower frequencies again since some users reported freezes

- min_free_kbytes to 8192 since the UI could get choppy after one or two days

- pulled in two more things from the TI omapzoom repo (DSS optimization; retention voltage spec update)


r14 >> r15

- updated Linux to version 3.0.73

- pulled in a few patches from TI's omapzoom repo (save a little battery; make the UI smoother)

- Tweaked smartreflex for less voltage for lower CPU frequencies (will save a little battery)

- various memory and scheduler optimizations

- bcmdhd: Enable Ad-Hoc (IBSS) mode (from CM 10.1 upstream)


r13 >> r14

- updated Linux to version 3.0.72

- a number of small tweaks

- lowered screen brightness by 10% to save battery


r12 >> r13

- updated Linux to version 3.0.71

- updated build toolchain to latest GCC 4.7 from Android NDK r8e


r11 >> r12

- added and enabled simple GPU governor (by faux123; will save some battery by not only using GPU min & max freqs, but also the 307 MHz intermediate step; controls available from within Trickster MOD)

- tweaked deadline i/o scheduler for flash memory devices and set it as default (deadline gives a better and more consistent performance imo)

- reverted kernel sync options (didn't seem to make it all that much smoother at all)

- completely removed OMAP 4460 CORE/IVA voltage dependencies (graphics and IVA units' voltage is completely independent from CPU now) 

- decreased CPU transition latency to 15ms

- decreased readahead kbytes again, down to 768 now

- some more tweaks under the hood (check sources if you're interested)

- Extended version only: added Google's 'snappy (de)compression' algorithm for fast zRAM handling

- Extended version only: added zRAM support (can be enabled via Trickster MOD)


r10 >> r11

- updated Linux version to 3.0.70

- tweaked ondemandplus for more smoothness and modified downscaling logic a bit

- added custom lowmemorykiller values for better multitasking

- reduced readahead kbytes to 896 (snappier feeling but same i/o performance)

- enabled sync options in kernel config

- moved fuss / reflash to /data/fuss so they won't mess up the /sdcard/fuss folder's permissions. Also created symlinks for fuss and reflash (all you need to type in terminal is 'fuss' or 'reflash')


r9 >> r10

- updated Linux version to 3.0.69

- removed automatic /cache trimming and activated 'discard' mount option instead (this will do it on all partitions in realtime)

- reverted previous commit: 'tightened vfs cache pressure a bit' (caused more battery drain?)

- optimized build with architecture specific CPU/FPU build flags

- tweaked sched_fair values (wanted to do this for a long time)

- if both fancy kernel and fuss updater script are not available anymore (e.g. after flashing a new ROM), you can now re-flash the kernel via terminal. type: '/sdcard/fuss/reflash' (no quotes, need to do a 'su' before; thanks to gwindlord)


r8 >> r9

- updated Linux version to 3.0.68

- changed toolchain to GCC 4.7 (provided by Google in the Android NDK)

- automatically trim /cache partition when the screen is switched off

- tightened vfs cache pressure a bit


r7 >> r8

- updated Linux version to 3.0.67

- reverted a commit (CPU-based alignment) to fix lag issues reported by some users

- increased system tickrate to 256 Hz for a more responsive UI

- removed color multiplier safety lock (values > 200 are now possible on boot)

- relaxed ondemandplus tunables a bit to eliminate signs of choppiness

- tweaked SIO write starvation (again) to eliminate signs of choppiness

- added FUSS kernel updater script (by gwindlord) to the flashable


r6 >> r7

- updated linux version to 3.0.66

- made the same kernel file working for both 4.2.1 and 4.2.2 ROMs (credits go to imoseyon)

- added recent cm10.1 upstream changes

- ondemandplus: added some safety-locks for tunable values that don't make sense


Rel. #5 >> r6

- updated gpu: pvr to DDK 1.8@2198402 to support Android 4.2.2

- updated ARM CPU topology to latest version

- updated kernel to Linux version 3.0.63

- updated BFQ I/O scheduler to version 6

- updated interactive governor to latest version

- simplified ondemandplus code and made tunables easier to understand

- enabled NTFS support for USB-OTG (upstream change from CM10.1)

- a few more things and updates... check the sources if you're interested.


Rel. #4 >> Rel. #5

- fixed 1080p video issues

- completely rebased ondemandplus governor. The ondemandplus scaling routine is now embedded in the much better interactive governor framework, which effectively reduces lag and any remaining governor-related instabilities.

- updated RAMDISK with a recent CM10.1 upstream change


Rel. #3 >> Rel. #4

- introducing 'ondemandplus' governor and set is as default. ondemandplus is based on ondemand. I enhanced it with an advanced powersave_bias functionality, additional suspend-code and extra suspend-scaling handling. This governor is snappy as ondemand, but will potentially save more battery. 

- added SIO (simple i/o) scheduler and set it default. It just feels snappier than noop.

- updated kernel to version 3.0.62

- increased voltages for 729 and 1036 MHz very slightly. In case hotplugging was not the only cause for random freezes, this may further help stability.

- enabled CPU-frequency-independent and IVA-frequency-independent GPU voltage scaling to save battery. Previously, CORE voltage was automatically increased along with CPU and IVA frequencies due to voltage-dependence-tables, even though CORE clock stayed the same.

- fixed OMAP4460 initializing with max IVA frequency. I consider this a common bug which caused unneccessary battery drain from the time period from boot to first use of IVA.

- tweaked dirty_writeback/expire intervals to counter reported lag

- disabled interactivex governor, since its hotplugging-mechanism causes freezes. Even though pegasusq hotplugs as well, that governor remains as an experimental option.

- removed some more debug stuff

- some minor cleanup


Rel. #2 >> Rel. #3

- introducing two different versions: 'Standard' and 'Extended'. Extended is almost exactly like Standard, with the following three additional features: custom voltage control, fsync control, and sound control (high performance sound and volume boost)

- added custom voltage to Extendend version

- removed sound control from Standard version

- removed fsync control form Standard version

- defaulted BLX to 100 again (users should decide whether they want use it or not)

- announcement: The kernel is now where I wanted it. From now on, only kernel upstream patches and breakthrough developments will be considered for future releases. This will not be a kernel where no bit is left un-modded.


Rel. #1 >> Rel. #2

- added Ezekeel sound control (high performance sound, volume boost; controllable through Trickster MOD)

- added ARM CPU topology and enabled it by default (saves battery by scheduling load among the CPU cores in multi-core devices)

- applied some patches to pegasusq governor 

- updated kernel to version 3.0.61

- a few minor tweaks 'under the hood' (check the source if interested)[/code]

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frico#GER

Hat ihn schon jemand getestet und kann was zur Akkulaufzeit und Performance sagen?

Gesendet von meinem Galaxy Nexus mit Tapatalk 2

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freedroid

Hab ihn heute morgen nach langer Zeit auf Stock mal geflasht, weil mir die Features gut gefallen haben. Ich werde berichten :-)

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boype

Im original XDA thread sind bereits ein paar Berichte zur Akkulaufzeit - jemand berichtete von 2,5 Tagen bei mittlerer Nutzung. Ich selbst (ich bin der Entwickler) bekomme über 4,5 Stunden Screen-on Zeit bei starker Nutzung. Bei mittlerer Nutzung bekomme ich 4 Stunden Screen-on und 2 Tage Laufzeit.

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Hört sich gut an. Werde ihn jetzt auch mal flashen, welche Einstellungen nutzt du denn(Governor, IO Sheduler, Cpu Frequenz)? Will ja die beste Performance + Akkulaufzeit aus deinem Kernel rausholen ;)

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boype

Genau alles so wie es nach dem Flashen eingestellt ist. pegasusq, noop, 192-1228 MHz, 384 MHz screen-on min freq.

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Qpa

über 4,5 Stunden Screen-on Zeit bei starker Nutzung. Bei mittlerer Nutzung bekomme ich 4 Stunden Screen-on

Mehr Screen on Time bei starker Nutzung als bei mittlerer Nutzung? :D

Gruß

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Mehr Screen on Time bei starker Nutzung als bei mittlerer Nutzung? :D

Gruß

Jo, das war so gemeint, dass bei starker Nutzung der Akku nicht so viel zusätzlichen 'Saft' für 2 tägiges Standby verliert. Deshalb längere Screen-on Laufzeit. :icon_wink

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Genau alles so wie es nach dem Flashen eingestellt ist. pegasusq, noop, 192-1228 MHz, 384 MHz screen-on min freq.

Werde es auch mal so belassen.

Gerade eben als ich in Tapatalk rumgestöbert habe, hat sich mein Nexus komplett aufgehangen und lies sich nicht richtig starten :( es kam die Meldung das die Apps aktualisiert werden (waren auch nur 4 Apps die er aktualisieren wollte , obwohl es eigentlich weit über 100 sein sollten ) und bei apps werden gestartet hat er sich dann aufgehangen. Musste PA neu flashen. Mal schauen ob es nochmal passiert. Werde berichten

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Mal eine Frage an den DEV. ;)

Kann man den SIO Scheduler einbauen? Ich finde, dass dieser besser arbeitet als der NOOP.

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ich hatte gerade einen Freeze beim scrollen durch Bild.de mit Chrome. Bei den Einstellungen ist alles @Stock.

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Mal eine Frage an den DEV. ;)

Kann man den SIO Scheduler einbauen? Ich finde, dass dieser besser arbeitet als der NOOP.

Hab ihn grade mal testhalber eingebaut - ist gefühlt nochmal schneller :) Danke für den Tipp.

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flatflo

Hatte den Kernel übers Wochenende drauf. An sich gut, allerdings war mein Akku Verbrauch im Stand-By enorm.

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freedroid

Hast du mal versucht auf den Governor interactiveX zu wechseln? Da läuft der bei mir super mit der neusten rasbeankjelly.

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Neues Release mit einigen Änderungen und SIO Scheduler. :eusa_danc

Rel. #3 >> Rel. #4

- introducing 'ondemandplus' governor and set is as default. ondemandplus is based on ondemand. I enhanced it with an advanced powersave_bias functionality, additional suspend-code and extra suspend-scaling handling. This governor is snappy as ondemand, but will potentially save more battery.

- added SIO (simple i/o) scheduler and set it default. It just feels snappier than noop.

- updated kernel to version 3.0.62

- increased voltages for 729 and 1036 MHz very slightly. In case hotplugging was not the only cause for random freezes, this may further help stability.

- enabled CPU-frequency-independent and IVA-frequency-independent GPU voltage scaling to save battery. Previously, CORE voltage was automatically increased along with CPU and IVA frequencies due to voltage-dependence-tables, even though CORE clock stayed the same.

- fixed OMAP4460 initializing with max IVA frequency. I consider this a common bug which caused unneccessary battery drain from the time period from boot to first use of IVA.

- tweaked dirty_writeback/expire intervals to counter reported lag

- disabled interactivex governor, since its hotplugging-mechanism causes freezes. Even though pegasusq hotplugs as well, that governor remains as an experimental option.

- removed some more debug stuff

- some minor cleanup

Download: https://www.mediafire.com/?0avt59v7561o56l

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frico#GER

Bin ihn schon seit einigen Stunden am testen. Gibt auch noch eine andere Version mit init.d support;)

Gesendet von meinem Galaxy Nexus mit Tapatalk 2

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flatflo

Hast du mal versucht auf den Governor interactiveX zu wechseln? Da läuft der bei mir super mit der neusten rasbeankjelly.

Leider nein. Das nächste mal ;)

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Neues Release #5 ist da

Rel. #4 >> Rel. #5

- fixed 1080p video issues

- completely rebased ondemandplus governor. The ondemandplus scaling routine is now embedded in the much better interactive governor framework, which effectively reduces lag and any remaining governor-related instabilities.

- updated RAMDISK with a recent CM10.1 upstream change

Download: https://www.mediafire.com/?1ed2o6ggye81v36

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Qpa

Musste PA neu flashen. Mal schauen ob es nochmal passiert. Werde berichten

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ich hatte gerade einen Freeze beim scrollen durch Bild.de mit Chrome. Bei den Einstellungen ist alles @Stock.

War das ein einmaliger Vorfall?

Gruß

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Ja das war ein einmaliger Vorfall. Ich hab danach vom pegasusq Governor auf interactive gewechselt und alles läuft einwandfrei.

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