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    #221  
    If it makes anyone feel any better, my Pixi isn't lagging at all. With all my patches and apps installed, it's much faster than stock.
  2. #222  
    Quote Originally Posted by GenTarkin View Post
    NO and this should not matter. The fact that the stock and uberkernels works FINE on my machine and warthogs does not.
    Also fact #2 that there are fundamental differences in kernel parameters in warthogs vs stock / uberkernels...

    TELLS ME, something is wrong with the kernel itself. Not our devices.
    I repeat the kernel needs to be as close as possible to stock condition + OC + compcache ONLY...for this to be a "controlled environmental" test.
    What if some applications or some patches you installed are conflicted with warthogs? there might be bugs in this kernel, but nobody knows what is wrong unless someone finds it.
  3. #223  
    I just compared the output of default palm kernel and warthog kernel using
    sysctl -A

    There are some pretty big differences in some places.

    I wonder if performing a sysctl -p on the palmkernel default file would be ok to try on the warthog kernel ... thoughts?
  4. #224  
    I just compared the output of default palm kernel and warthog kernel using
    sysctl -A

    There are some pretty big differences in some places.

    I wonder if performing a sysctl -p on the palmkernel default file would be ok to try on the warthog kernel ... thoughts?

    Well, I took the plunge and did it .... I did sysctl -p on my saved warthog sysctl -A file outputted previously and .. system is performing much better now. Menu transitions are back to what they used to be and seem smoother. Will test further and report back.

    Now, gotta find which parameter(s) is causing the slowdown...
  5. #225  
    The v22 kernel runs just great. v19 already was an improvement in respect to application startup time but with v22 for the first time ever I don't experience any lag in the application menu when switching pages!

    So whateverer GenTarkin's problem with the kernel is, I doubt that it can be generalised.

    Thank for the great work on WartHog kernel; I love it.
  6. #226  
    yeah I dont know whats going on. I tried v22 and it only runs mostly smooth if I do a sysctl -p on all the parameters I saved from stock / uberkernel sysctl -A output.
  7. #227  
    love the icon ^ .
    Doctored and epr with full erase. Warthog not doing well multitasking.
    Doctor, epr, and full erase again. Stock kernel acting, well, stock.
    doctor, epr, and full erase with UK. Doing just dandy.
    now the doctor, epr and full erase were not done in that order of course. I have no fancy way to test the speed. But the UI is choppy wit the warthog. As for running apps and working in the apps, it's great. But multi tasking and mving between apps slows down to a crawl.
    I dunno what else you need from me?
  8. #228  
    Quote Originally Posted by bradenfontaine View Post
    love the icon ^ .
    Doctored and epr with full erase. Warthog not doing well multitasking.
    Doctor, epr, and full erase again. Stock kernel acting, well, stock.
    doctor, epr, and full erase with UK. Doing just dandy.
    now the doctor, epr and full erase were not done in that order of course. I have no fancy way to test the speed. But the UI is choppy wit the warthog. As for running apps and working in the apps, it's great. But multi tasking and mving between apps slows down to a crawl.
    I dunno what else you need from me?
    Can you try something for me? Are you comfortable in linux terminal?
    If so, I want you to try what Ive done to see if your pixi is experiencing result of same things mine is.
    Install terminal from preware, open it up and do this on stock kernel:
    sysctl -A > /media/internal/stockparm.conf

    Now install the OC kernel(either preware warthog or v22) open terminal up and do this:
    sysctl -p /media/internal/stockparm.conf

    At this point youve injected the stock kernel parameters into the kernel on the fly. Start trying out programs like normal now and see if smoothness comes back / UI lag diminishes.

    It did in my case. If this works for you, confirms there is some quirky setting in the warthog kernel causing lag on somedevices.

    To warthog - I tried v22 and dmesg | grep selected returned nothing found.
    ------------
    On another note, ran sunspider w/ stock kernel parameters on preware warthog kernel and results were 20.501 seconds @ 748mhz =)
    Last edited by GenTarkin; 10/17/2010 at 02:20 PM.
  9. #229  
    I will do what you said now. May take a while.
  10. #230  
    Install terminal from preware, open it up and do this on stock kernel:
    sysctl -A > /media/internal/stockparm.conf

    i get error: permission denied on key 'kernel.sched_nr_migrate'
    i get error: permission denied on key 'net.ipv4.route.flush'

    now on to the warthog kernel...
    Last edited by bradenfontaine; 10/17/2010 at 02:38 PM. Reason: clarification
    verizon pre 2 - 2.0, stock
    verizon pre plus - 1.4.5 various patches OC'd 1Ghz.
    verizon pixi plus - various patches, OC'd 800 mhz.
    verizon pixi plus - chillin in my sock drawer
  11. #231  
    after installing the UK Warthog i get the same error messages. is this normal?
    verizon pre 2 - 2.0, stock
    verizon pre plus - 1.4.5 various patches OC'd 1Ghz.
    verizon pixi plus - various patches, OC'd 800 mhz.
    verizon pixi plus - chillin in my sock drawer
  12. #232  
    verizon pre 2 - 2.0, stock
    verizon pre plus - 1.4.5 various patches OC'd 1Ghz.
    verizon pixi plus - various patches, OC'd 800 mhz.
    verizon pixi plus - chillin in my sock drawer
  13. #233  
    reverted back to Suzuki's profile (link below) but upped the freq. to the 748. lag is at minimal and im enjoying it so far.

    http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pi...ixi-users.html
    Last edited by bradenfontaine; 10/17/2010 at 03:02 PM.
    verizon pre 2 - 2.0, stock
    verizon pre plus - 1.4.5 various patches OC'd 1Ghz.
    verizon pixi plus - various patches, OC'd 800 mhz.
    verizon pixi plus - chillin in my sock drawer
  14. #234  
    Youll want to do sysctl -p /media/internal/stockparm.conf on warthog kernel.
    If you did -A then you overwrote the -A from stock kernel w/ warthog parameters.
    So, you will have to go back to stock kernel do -A /media/internal/stockparm.conf
    Then go to warthog kernel and do -p /media/internal/stockparm.conf

    Yes .. its normal to get a couple permission denied as it cant read / overwrite those certain parameters due to permission settings in kernel.
  15. #235  
    clarification:
    stock kernel: sysctl -A /media/internal/stockparm.conf
    install warthog
    warthog kernel: sysctl -p /media/internal/stockparm.conf

    correct?
    verizon pre 2 - 2.0, stock
    verizon pre plus - 1.4.5 various patches OC'd 1Ghz.
    verizon pixi plus - various patches, OC'd 800 mhz.
    verizon pixi plus - chillin in my sock drawer
  16. #236  
    did the sysctl -A /media/internal/stockparm.conf

    and got a whole lotta lines of code which im assuming is what was supposed to happen, doing the warthog now...
    verizon pre 2 - 2.0, stock
    verizon pre plus - 1.4.5 various patches OC'd 1Ghz.
    verizon pixi plus - various patches, OC'd 800 mhz.
    verizon pixi plus - chillin in my sock drawer
  17. #237  
    same error messages as before when doing the warthog code
    verizon pre 2 - 2.0, stock
    verizon pre plus - 1.4.5 various patches OC'd 1Ghz.
    verizon pixi plus - various patches, OC'd 800 mhz.
    verizon pixi plus - chillin in my sock drawer
  18. #238  
    Quote Originally Posted by bradenfontaine View Post
    did the sysctl -A /media/internal/stockparm.conf

    and got a whole lotta lines of code which im assuming is what was supposed to happen, doing the warthog now...
    I'm sorry you're supposed to do -A > /media/internal/stockparm.conf

    Then warthog kernel then

    -p /media/internal/stockparm.conf

    ---

    Those 2 errors are fine, the end result it we want stockparm.conf to have all the configurable parameters of stock or uberkernel in stock parm.conf which is achieved by the -A > "filename"

    Then load that up after installing warthog kernel using
    -p "filename"
  19. #239  
    actally it was worse. Going to doctor tomorrow and try again. Thinking something is getting in the way.
  20. #240  
    Quote Originally Posted by bradenfontaine View Post
    actally it was worse. Going to doctor tomorrow and try again. Thinking something is getting in the way.
    Well that is very strange. Anyways are you going to try the method again after the doctor or no? If not it's cool, just wish I knew what was causing these incosistent results.

    -- Sent from my Palm Pixi using Forums Beta

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