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  1. #21  
    How about including complete settings in Govnuh when posting Benchmarks. That would be helpful.
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    I've got a sprint pre running f105 and I was all over. From 520 to 599 averaging about 570. I don't mess govnah at all I install kernel and that's it.
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    #23  
    maybe someone can post what exactly these settings on govnah mean and how they should affect the phone or post me a link to check it out so I can play with it and make this a little more scientific?
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    UK @720 got me 354, 423, 426, 425, and 419 in 5 tries. I'll do 800mhz now.
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    I just got 605 running UK @ 1Ghz on my sprint palm pre
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    UK @800 got me 476, 473, 469, 476, and 476 in 5 tries. now I'll try stock
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    UK running with the setting Palm Default got me 316, 330, 355, 350 and 356. Neat!
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    Anyone know if I can scrape Govnuh settings from /proc or any other files? One goal of the app was to eliminate the need for people to copy down all of their environment settings. I want people to be able to easily see how someone achieved a certain score.

    One thing I can't find is where to scrape CPU information. /proc/cpu doesn't have the current clock speed :/ Maybe I can track down some of the internals folks and find some better scraping points.

    If anyone has a clue please direct me, I'll research when I have time.

    I will be working on beefing up the analytics tomorrow (8/22) and hopefully making it a bit more mobile friendly.
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    Sr71 699
  10. #30  
    About time there is a GUI for this! I've been benchmarking by CLI all this time!
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    German O2 Palm Pre:
    Uberkernel; Screenstate 500/800, Compressed Swap:
    401, 459, 445, 474, 471
    Uberkernel; Palm Default:
    302, 336, 334, 354, 356
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    sr-71 724
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    now if someone make a dedicated internet speed test app for WebOS.....
    Technological superiority has never won a product battle. If that were the case we would all be flying in supersonic Concordes and using Apple computers.

    The key to winning the battle is a combination of price, convenience, marketing, sound business model and a bit of luck.
  14. #34  
    Remember to remove any charging cables before running the benchmark.
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    Uber kernel using the default govnah settings
    Fixed speed 800: 427, 438, 471 avg(445.3)
    Fixed speed 720: 397, 388, 430 avg(405)
    Fixed speed 600: 319, 328, 355 avg(334)
    Uber Kernal Default (500): 312, 319, 352 avg(327)
    Palm Default (500): 319, 280, 331 avg(310)

    CUSTOM
    OnDemand 800/125 Compache 32MB: 427, 434, 445 avg(435)
    OnDemand 800/125 Compache disabled: 471, 439, 474 avg(461.3)
    OnDemand 800/125 Compache 64MB: 444, 436, 474 avg(451.3)

    Seems you really have to run a few tests at each and pull an average. Putting the phone in airplane mode for testing would probably also help to even out the scores. I'm going to try and do 1-2 more at each setting so i'll edit that info back into this in a bit.
    Last edited by lupos; 08/23/2010 at 10:44 AM.
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    #36  
    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsan View Post
    now if someone make a dedicated internet speed test app for WebOS.....
    This.
  17.    #37  
    Point me towards one that runs in a Linux command prompt and I'll port it.
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    Running latest Warthog Kernel (-101) here--

    My Govnah settings:
    - Screenstate 500/1005
    - Compcache @ 24mb
    - I/O Sched: Anticipatory (initially)
    - TCP Congestion: Westwood

    No real method to my madness here... Just poking around + kept a log:

    Run #1 (had a few apps open): 541
    Run #2-3 (all apps closed): 589, 615
    Run #4-6 (w/ Govnah open): 610, 627, 624
    Run #7-9 (all apps closed): 622, 630, 624
    Run #10-13 (Govnah open, I/O: Noop): 569, 617, 617, 623
    Run #14-16 (Govnah open, I/O: cfq): 568, 543, 621
    Run #17-19 (Govnah closed, I/O: anticipatory): 622, 629, 625

    Run #20-22 (on touchstone @ 500MHz): 293, 290, 295 <-- wow, much lower!
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    I got some interesting results!

    Original Sprint Pre
    F105 @ 1005, compcache enabled 20480

    Roaming, EV icon on, BT radio on
    Closed all apps but did nothing else
    603

    Turned all radios off via top bar menu (no airplane mode)
    572

    Played with the card maximizing, minimizing, moving around
    559

    this group were doing absolutely nothing except the benchmark
    607
    599
    606
    601
    607
    572

    Below I turned compcache off and went into Jstop and turned everything off except systemui - got the most repeatable results!
    588
    607
    607
    607
    607
    607
    606
    607
    607
    607
    607
  20. #40  
    Quote Originally Posted by Patalach View Post
    sr-71 724
    nice, what did you do different to get such a high benchmark? With my config, my highest seems to be 716.4.. (SR-71)

    sj
    Last edited by sjsharksfan; 08/24/2010 at 03:31 PM.
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