Check your error logs.

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  1. rtomyj, Nov 1, 2013
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    rtomyj macrumors 6502a

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    Under settings > general > about
    Check to see the low memory logs.
    Under compressions, decompressions and xomeessor size what is the number and what device are you using?
     
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    I have none.
    Just one low battery log.
     
  3. rtomyj thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Ok I had one on my iPad 4, running real racing 3.

    What number do you need ?


    BTW it's easier to have a low memory with an iPad Mini and half the memory of an iPhone 5/iPad 4
     
  5. tateu macrumors 6502

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    64gb iPhone 5s. 17 since 2013-10-09 and I don't see anything called "compressed memory,"
     
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    Same for me. There is a voice "compressions" and it says 0.
    Another "compressors size" and the same 0.
     
  7. iaymnu macrumors 6502

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    I got quite few low memory logs.

    I don't see compressed memory

    I'm using 5s
     
  8. rtomyj thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Yes that's it. Compressions, decompressions and compressor size.

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    Yea sorry. Compression is what I'm looking for.
     
  9. MinEderPlayz macrumors 6502a

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    iPhone 5s, I have one. It says about 570000 compressions, 220000 decompressions and a compressor size of about 49000. (I don't want to show the real numbers, because they might allow to identify the device just like the gyroscope thingy, but the values are close to the real ones.)

    Btw, a stack+MobilePhone error log showed about 900000 compressions.
     
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    as i said, 0 for me
     
  11. g-7 macrumors 6502

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    Here are some from my iPhone 5S:

    Compressions: 1115477
    Decompressions: 508782
    Compressor Size: 56748
    Uncompressed Pages in Compressor: 122984

    Compressions: 1018271
    Decompressions: 439598
    Compressor Size: 59866
    Uncompressed Pages in Compressor: 160291

    Compressions: 643270
    Decompressions: 263731
    Compressor Size: 51434
    Uncompressed Pages in Compressor: 127510

    Compressions: 642782
    Decompressions: 263015
    Compressor Size: 52395
    Uncompressed Pages in Compressor: 128574

    However, on my iPad 4 it's always 0:

    Compressions: 0
    Decompressions: 0
    Compressor Size: 0
    Uncompressed Pages in Compressor: 0
     
  12. jonasdamn macrumors 6502a

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    Compressions, decompressions and compressor size on iPhone 5- zero. Seems that only for iPhone 5S and new iPads?
     
  13. djtech42 macrumors 65816

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    It must be the compressed memory feature from Mavericks for just the iPhone 5s.
     
  14. rtomyj thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Yes that's where I'm getting at. I guess that's why the didn't up the ram. Very nice. My iPhone 5 can get many apps open at once without refreshing them. So this will help the new devices achieve better results with 64 bit archeticture. Nice!

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    Thanks!
     

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