linux-4.9.14-kiosk vs linux-4.4.36-kiosk

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linux-4.9.14-kiosk vs linux-4.4.36-kiosk

Post#1 by rob » 29 Mar 2017, 03:02

Change in load average when I upgraded some digital signage: (I'll make you guess exactly where :-)
http://rob.com/lancair/2017.03/porteus.png

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Re: linux-4.9.14-kiosk vs linux-4.4.36-kiosk

Post#2 by fanthom » 29 Mar 2017, 15:05

Hello Rob,

I'm not sure how to interpret this picture as legend is missing.
Anyway - is 4.3.0 release doing better than 4.2.0?

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Post#3 by rob » 05 Jul 2017, 13:24

I think the change from linux-4.4.36-kiosk to 4.9.30-kiosk for me at least has more to do with going from a home grown firefox 50 to the std ff 52.

http://rob.com/lancair/2017.07/porteus.png

each line is a signage kiosk with the top graph cpu load average and the bottom the cpu temp.

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Post#4 by fanthom » 05 Jul 2017, 16:23

Did you try to use Firefox-50 in latest kiosk release?
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Re: linux-4.9.14-kiosk vs linux-4.4.36-kiosk

Post#5 by rob » 06 Jul 2017, 01:54

I'm now using the ff-52 that comes in the std release rather than my custom ff-50 to keep my overlay payload smaller and closer to mainline.

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