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Old 07-02-2008, 04:06 AM
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Why does this help my Titan Memory?

I'm running the No2Chem 5067 kitchen w/ a 5MB pagepool. I've been really testing the memory management over the past few weeks only really using Schap's Advance Config: FScache, FS filter cache and glyph cache combos.
I ran across these and thought Looks close to what I'm using, why the hell not. I can always reflash.
Basically... They help... A LOT and it seems it's at the expense of a little battery life. What I'm wondering is why. What are these extra strings doing and are all of them necessary or even functional?

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\FATFS]
"CacheSize"=dword:00001fa0
"EnableCache"=dword:00000001
"BufferSize"=dword:00000100
"DataCacheSize"=dword:00000800
"EnableCacheWarm"=dword:00000001
"EnableDataCacheWarm"=dword:00000001
"EnableFatCacheWarm"=dword:00000001
"EnableWriteBack"=dword:00000001
"Flags"=dword:00010046


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Filters\f sreplxfilt]
"ReplStoreCacheSize"=dword:00001fa0

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Re: Why does this help my Titan Memory?

I don't know but I would be interested in knowing as well. Since I have the 2100mAh battery, I could live with a more speedy and happy Titan for a little battery loss... I only charge every two to three days anyway
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Re: Why does this help my Titan Memory?

The impressive thing is that it manages the cache so tightly.
It actually reclaims almost all the memory it used when I close programs. The only time I see unexplained lost memory (leak) is when I wake up in the morning. Before it seemed to leak all day long.
I only really need to use Oxios for the non-Titan programs like HTC Album.
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2 or 3 days! That's awesome/ kinda jealous. Gonna have to look into that battery finally.

You think I should ask this in the No2 5067 thread? Seems like not a lot of people get out here to the rest of the site hehe.
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Re: Why does this help my Titan Memory?

Two of us do. I am running the same kitchen...

I'll try these hacks tonight and let you know.

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Re: Why does this help my Titan Memory?

Just to put it out in more conventional values, the OPs values are in hexadecimal, these are the same exact values - just in decimal...

The following are dwords in [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\FATFS]
"CacheSize"=8096
"EnableCache"=1
"BufferSize"=256
"DataCacheSize"=2048
"EnableCacheWarm"=1
"EnableDataCacheWarm"=1
"EnableFatCacheWarm"=1
"EnableWriteBack"=1
"Flags"=65602


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Filters\f sreplxfilt]
"ReplStoreCacheSize"=8096

I had only:
The following are dwords in [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\FATFS]
"CacheSize"=0
"EnableCache"=1
"Flags"=68

And nothing else in a (i think) stock config in no2 5067 kitch w/ the perf tweaks, I'm gonna try these for a day or so and see what I think before I try out the latest and greastest from no2chem. I'm curious what these are set at in his pre-release2 that just went up?
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Re: Why does this help my Titan Memory?

Update:
Better performance and speed when I changed these values.

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Filters\f sreplxfilt]
"ReplStoreCacheSize"=16194
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Glyph cache to 64k
I just used Schap's Advanced config to change the glyph cache.
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Re: Why does this help my Titan Memory?

interesting. I'll give these a whirl and see what happens.
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Re: Why does this help my Titan Memory?

I am also going to have to report better performance overall.

However, I am having one issue.
I cannot download a 44meg file (no2chems new preview) to my storage card.
A popup appears saying "not enough memory" (over a gig free) it seems that is is caching it in system memory (aprox 20 meg free) so it won't finish and then transfer to the card....

Wonder if I would have to disable all of these to restore that functionality?
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Re: Why does this help my Titan Memory?

I found the site that I pulled the registry settings off of. I thought I had lost it.
I have only really tried the storage edits and I can't read the rest of the page. I think you want the MSFlash edit.
http://www.pocketpt.net/forum/index....r&f=21&t=18576
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