nofam: Not really - the logging imposes a reasonable overhead, so he turned it off to save battery. . . . there's a certain logic there.
In case anyone is looking for the source of this info, look here.
hardcore: AOS and some other apps don't appear in the battery usage stats because the kernel is compiled with CPU Frequency Stats off to remove the overhead associated with the statistics logging.
In any case, it's debatable whether or not AOS appearing in battery usage is a bug.
Whether or not AOS is showing, I'm seeing very little battery usage with this kernel and Cognition. 2 hours on battery and still on 99%. I'm very pleased.
Here are the niggly details for those that care:
- WiFi is on (set to never sleep)
- Social Hub added back in, minus the Facebook/LinkedIn/MySpace/Twitter modules
- Syncing 4 email accounts (Social Hub Hotmail, Exchange, IMAP, GMail) + Twitter
- Screen on time is only about 3 minutes (so almost all battery drain is process-based, not screen-based)