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Old 04-12-2011, 08:26 PM
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

Ndno,

I forgot to mention that logs created with 0.3.d are not usable with 0.4.a. I was able to run an analysis on the logs your provided. I have an ubuntu binary of scbs that runs in just a few seconds. I'm getting strange numbers for se. just using scbs.log.2 it is negative. including .4 gives .008 which is possible.
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

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I forgot to mention that logs created with 0.3.d are not usable with 0.4.a. I was able to run an analysis on the logs your provided. I have an ubuntu binary of scbs that runs in just a few seconds. I'm getting strange numbers for se. just using scbs.log.2 it is negative. including .4 gives .008 which is possible.
OK, I'll delete my old logs and run again to get a new sample for the analysis. Should I delete my current settings (by deleting scbs.conf)?

BTW in the log files I posted, scbs.log.2 was the latest (starting from Monday morning to early Tuesday morning); I believe scbs.log.4 was from late Sunday night to Monday morning.

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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

You don't have to delete the old logs, just don't select them when running an analysis. Deleting your scbs.conf is probably not necessary either. However the existing conf is used as a starting place for the solution. It's possible to get different running times and results based on the contents of that file, but in practice the difference is pretty small. If it absolutely won't converge or something i guess deleting it is a good idea.

Here is the conf i generated from the 3 files you posted:

cc=4.065186531
cb=161.774149053
rc=0.611959660
re=0.141321335
vf=1.098000000
cf=0.312500000
lr=0.000001000
sl=-32.243861234
se=0.008442857
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

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You don't have to delete the old logs, just don't select them when running an analysis. Deleting your scbs.conf is probably not necessary either. However the existing conf is used as a starting place for the solution. It's possible to get different running times and results based on the contents of that file, but in practice the difference is pretty small. If it absolutely won't converge or something i guess deleting it is a good idea.

Here is the conf i generated from the 3 files you posted:

cc=4.065186531
cb=161.774149053
rc=0.611959660
re=0.141321335
vf=1.098000000
cf=0.312500000
lr=0.000001000
sl=-32.243861234
se=0.008442857
Thanks. I'll keep the current .conf file and make note of which sbcs.log(s) that I start with. I'll post my results tomorrow night.
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

Sorry for the slow reply on my testing. Here is my first test:

cc=0.451819334
cb=91.461110830
rc=0.482023780
re=0.209051753
vf=1.098000000
cf=0.312500000
lr=0.000001000
sl=23.775654705
se=0.318998355

Should I use this? Does this look about right for one full cycle?

I've attached the file in case you want to view it.
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

Steveholtam,

Your Se parameter is way out of line. From looking at your log i see that the phone was never sleeping. It will take at least a few hours of sleep data to create Se, (sleep error).
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

Jon,

Got a new set of 0.4.a logs for you; I started the log yesterday (keeping my old sbcs.conf settings I got from version 0.3.d). Here are the analysis results:


cc=0.172781556
cb=109.461356370
rc=0.699108815
re=0.135708305
vf=1.103000000
cf=0.312500000
lr=0.000001000
sl=19.745881232
se=0.049452680


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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

Ok, here is the latest:

cc=0.271449729
cb=93.847733930
rc=0.494704470
re=0.198933553
vf=1.098000000
cf=0.312500000
lr=0.000001000
sl=9.658709027
se=0.158811608

Attached is the raw data. Also, I used the most current log (the one that keeps building) for the above numbers. THANKS!!!!
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

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Ok, here is the latest:

cc=0.271449729
cb=93.847733930
rc=0.494704470
re=0.198933553
vf=1.098000000
cf=0.312500000
lr=0.000001000
sl=9.658709027
se=0.158811608

Attached is the raw data. Also, I used the most current log (the one that keeps building) for the above numbers. THANKS!!!!
I'm no expert on this, but your se still appears to be over 15% - jonpry's looks like it's half that. Maybe it's not a big deal, but how much sleep time did you have generating this log? Seems the more the better...
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

The phone was on the charger and unused all night, about 9 hours. Do incoming texts/alerts/emails interrupt the sleep cycle?
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