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[BENCHMARKS] Incredible I/O perfomance after formatting to F2FS !!

  1. niTe_RiDeR_Pro
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2016

    niTe_RiDeR_Pro , Apr 10, 2016 :
    Hi everybody,
    About a week ago, I formatted /data & /cache partition of my beloved OnePlus One as F2FS & installed the very-famous Stable CM13 by @Sultanxda.
    Today I did some benchmarks to test the I/O perfomance of f2fs. And the results really turned out amazingly awesome!! :D :) :cool:

    I used the following apps: AnTuTu benchmark 6.0.1, A1 SD Benchmark, Androbench & RL Bench. All these apps (except Antutu, I dont know which partition it tests) benchmarked the /data partition (formatted as f2fs).

    Results:

    AnTuTu Benchmark (the most famous android benchmarking app):
    Screenshot_20160410-103013.png
    The UX I/O Perfomance score is really amazing. My previous UX I/O Scores in CM12.1 & COS12.1, ext4, was about 7000-8000, now it has almost doubled :)

    A1 SD Benchmark:
    Screenshot_20160410-104859.png Screenshot_20160410-111825.png
    WOW! Superfast! I love that incredible I/O Speeds. This was tested in the "accurate (with reboots)" mode of the app.

    Androbench (all-in-one storage benchmarking app):
    Screenshot_20160410-105555.png
    The file size for read/write testing was 256 MB. The speeds are really awesome. (Actually in the 1st run, read speed was 2MB/s slower & write speed was 0.65 MB/s faster. This is the 2nd run after rebooting)

    RL Bench (storage benchmarking app, it calculates the time required to do different SQL I/O operations):
    Screenshot_20160410-105656.png

    Those I/O Speeds are really amazing. My bacon's MMC (even my bacon) is flying after formatting to F2FS !! :) :) :cool: :D
    BTW I got a new information: The MMC of the OnePlus One is made by Toshiba. The model is: Toshiba 064GE2 (mine is manufactured in Nov 2014). :)

    My Setup (during benchmarks):
    OnePlus One 64GB (brought in March 2015), 1 year old.
    ROM: CyanogenMod 13 Builds by @Sultanxda - 4.4.2016 build; /data & /cache formatted as F2FS.
    KERNEL: Lightning Kernel [CAF 3.4.111] v38 by nikhil18.
    KERNEL SETTINGS: [MSM Limiter]CPU Min Speed: 300 MHz, Max Speed: 2457; Suspend Max Frequency: 1190 MHz; Governor: interactive_pro (default tunables); Input boost, wakeup boost & Hotplug boost are enabled; Global CPU Voltages: -5mV undervolt; CPU Hotplug: IntelliPlug [Balanced profile]; CPU Throttle Temperature: 60 C; GPU: Min Speed: 200 MHz, Max Speed: 578 MHz; GPU Governor: msm-adreno_tz; Gaming mode: off; Adreno idler: On; I/O Scheduler: fiops (except during antutu testing, cuz during that time it was sioplus) [default tunables], Read ahead value: 1024 kB; Fsync: disabled; SE Linux: Enforcing
     
    Last edited: Apr 10, 2016

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  2. niTe_RiDeR_Pro
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2016

  3. Valokuvaaja
    Honeycomb Apr 10, 2016


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  4. ishtiyaaq50
    Honeycomb Apr 10, 2016

    ishtiyaaq50 , Apr 10, 2016 :
    With EXT4 how much write speed do you get ?I think it's pretty similar and you don't see significant performance increase.
     

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  5. Manav Bhagia
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2016

    Manav Bhagia , Apr 10, 2016 :
    F2fs is believed to be an unstable configuration , but on trying it is actually stable , and is worth trying.
     

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  6. niTe_RiDeR_Pro
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2016

    niTe_RiDeR_Pro , Apr 10, 2016 :
    I dont think the ext4 & f2fs i/o speeds are similar. I think F2FS is way better. ☺️
    BTW why dont you check it out? (if you have a oneplus one) (also please specify your setup i.e. what rom, kernel, kernel settings u are using during benchmarking).

    @Reboot101 You are running Cm13 nightlies w/Cyandelta, right? So if your data, system & cache are formatted as ext4, could you please kindly benchmark your internal sdcard using the apps which I used above? Thanks.
     

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  7. ishtiyaaq50
    Honeycomb Apr 10, 2016

    ishtiyaaq50 , Apr 10, 2016 :
    I/O speeds are negligible.All i am saying is with EXT4 the phone still performs like a champ.Also f2fs takes a lot of cache.
     

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  8. niTe_RiDeR_Pro
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2016

    niTe_RiDeR_Pro , Apr 10, 2016 :
    So what? What if it takes cache? Cache aint required that much, & I dont have any problems cuz of that.
    Also why don't you post your storage benchmark results using the apps which I used above? (if your data, system & cache are formatted as ext4)
     

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  9. AzarKasXD
    Gingerbread Apr 10, 2016

    AzarKasXD , Apr 10, 2016 :
    First: what about Geekbench?
    Second: I got 100k on my op2 after flashing a new kernel. Somehow OnePlus OSs aren't very Bemchmark offensive;)
     

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  10. Leoxur
    Froyo Apr 24, 2016


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  11. niTe_RiDeR_Pro
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 23, 2016


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  12. niTe_RiDeR_Pro
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 23, 2016


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  13. ratification
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 23, 2016

    ratification , May 23, 2016 :
    Comparing your speed to his might be not accurate, he could have different configuration (he loves to play with his phone a lot). Maybe there's someone with set up close to one you had.
     

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  14. niTe_RiDeR_Pro
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 23, 2016

    niTe_RiDeR_Pro , May 23, 2016 :
    Yeah, but idk who has such config like mine...
     

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