scythekain, on 13 December 2011 - 07:37 PM, said:
Is there any plan to release a PIT file for CM7 to better utilize the internal SD card? Since they are using data/data for apps, it leaves about 1.8 GB of space on the SD card data partition that we cannot utilize.
And seriously... Anyone that is having FC problems with CM7, uninstall and/or move to SD. It will solve your problems.
Looks like the latest nightly did change the path for the installation. I now have ~280 MB of apps installed with no ill side effects. This is great, I can use my widgets on the homescreen again!
What nightly are you on? I'm on #181, and I'm seeing something similar but different to the 1st link goatomatic posted... some numbers don't match?
/dev/mtdblock6 172.0M 153.6M 18.4M 89% /datadata <-- this matches goatomatic's first link and suggests that I am near the FC threshold.
However, based on your edit I went to Manage Applications>All and saw that I had 201MB installed with 1.8G total... this matches the following:
/dev/mmc/blk0p2 1.8G 200.9M 1.66G 11% /data
So my questions are these:
1) What is stored in /datadata, and am I in danger of FC issues?
2) What is stored in /data... it looks like I have mad space
For additional information that may or may not affect this, I am also running the Glitch v13 RC kernel
UPDATE: I had the issue (low space available) and I was able to confirm the >90% problem. However, it appears that the physical apps are stored in ...blk0p2 while the datadata (app data files) is stored in ...mtdblock6.
My assumption is that moving apps to the SD card will also move the cache as well.
Is there an easy way to see what apps have the largest cache without having to select each one individually? Perhaps an App to do the work for me
Update2: I used 1-Tap cleaner to look at the data stored for all of my apps... what's confusing to me is that that number seems to only be 25-50 MB which is no where near to 90% of 172 MB. What else is stored in /datadata?
Edited by theyurtingyeti, 14 December 2011 - 10:02 PM.