PS3 Webman Fan Control disabled after disabling syscalls??

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    everytime i disable syscalls, in game ill check temp and fan speed and the fan speed is set at 95 but i have it set to 27. and my temps just keep rising. Anyway for webman to return to normal?? help please
     
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    Disabling CFW syscalls is effectively disabling CFW and its features, and so the dynamic fan control of webMAN MOD will also be disabled and the default SYSCON settings will take over. You need to system reboot in order to re-enable CFW syscalls.
     
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    thank you for the response but this is where im confused. i know disabling cfw syscalls disables the features but ive had my ps3 jailbroken for over 6 months now and whenever i dsiabled them before i would boot up a game it would stick and dynamic fan control would still work,ever since i updated webman recently my settings dont stick! whats the point in the fan settings not sticking in game? thats where its needed the most.
     
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    For what reason are you disabling syscalls, what type of game are you referring to (i.e. format/platform), and what are you using to disable syscalls? I'm using webMAN MOD v1.47.20 myself and have no issues with fan control. Unless you're mounting a PS3 game with webMAN MOD, disabling syscalls & history with a view to sign in to PSN (which is by no means a guaranteed safe way as you could still be banned), then I don't see why you're doing it in the first place. A little bit more information would be helpful :)
     
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    I have never had this issue using WebMAN MOD. Fan control starts at boot, stays the same during games when the syscals are disable with PSN Patch and change to what I have set them to for my PS2 ISO format games.

    This is a very odd issue. Have to tried to remove then re-install WebMAN MOD to see if the problem continues?
     
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    It should be an issue with PS3HEN which is still very buggy...

    All fan control apps use the following syscalls.
    #define SC_SET_FAN_POLICY (389)
    #define SC_GET_FAN_POLICY (409)
    #define SC_GET_TEMPERATURE (383)

    They are NOT among CFW syscalls that are removed by webMAN MOD or PSNpatch (the ones in purple are removed only by webMAN):
    sc_disable[CFW_SYSCALLS] = {200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 1022, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 20, 35, 36, 38};

    This is the Cobra opcode used by PSNpatch to remove the syscalls.
    case SYSCALL8_OPCODE_STEALTH_ACTIVATE: //KW PSNPatch stealth extension compatibility
    {
    uint64_t syscall_not_impl = *(uint64_t *)MKA(syscall_table_symbol);
    //*(uint64_t *)MKA(syscall_table_symbol+ 8* 8) = syscall_not_impl;
    ps3mapi_partial_disable_syscall8 = 2; //NzV Edit: Keep PS3M_API Features only.
    *(uint64_t *)MKA(syscall_table_symbol + 8 * 9) = syscall_not_impl;
    *(uint64_t *)MKA(syscall_table_symbol + 8 * 10) = syscall_not_impl;
    *(uint64_t *)MKA(syscall_table_symbol + 8 * 11) = syscall_not_impl;
    *(uint64_t *)MKA(syscall_table_symbol + 8 * 15) = syscall_not_impl;
    *(uint64_t *)MKA(syscall_table_symbol + 8 * 35) = syscall_not_impl;
    *(uint64_t *)MKA(syscall_table_symbol + 8 * 36) = syscall_not_impl;
    *(uint64_t *)MKA(syscall_table_symbol + 8 * 38) = syscall_not_impl;
    *(uint64_t *)MKA(syscall_table_symbol + 8 * 6) = syscall_not_impl;
    *(uint64_t *)MKA(syscall_table_symbol + 8 * 7) = syscall_not_impl;
    return SYSCALL8_STEALTH_OK;
    }
     
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    Same with me. Odd times I want to sign in to PSN I mount the ISO, run PSNpatch and disable syscalls and delete history with Triangle, then sign in and play with no issues. Fan speed included lol
     
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    I play online quite often on COD and MGO and webMAN MOD has never failed in my fan control. Though am not using the most upto date version of webMAN MOD. Am using something like v1.47.09 I think.....
     
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    Sorry for the late response on this thread, but that’s the exact version I went back down too! And I’ve had no fan issues from now on, I’m on 4.84.2 rebug and installed the latest version of webman cause I wanted to be on the latest version, so I did the reg and mounted my game and disabled syscalls, but I noticed something strange when I used the start and select combo to get my device info from webman. So a couple minutes into any game I’d check the fan speed and cpu&rsx temps and my fan speed would climb all the way to 95 but my actual fan wasn’t running that fast. I tried reinstalling my firmware and webman and nothing worked. Dynamic fan control didn’t stick after I deleted the syscalls. I ended up going back to the last version of webman I had which was v1.49.09 and had no issues with fan control sticking after that. Quick question anybody who’s willing to answer, do you guys keep the default dynamic fan control settings? Or do you put in your own values out of preference?
     
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    I use 33% fan speed no issues. Are you saving your settings in wmM?
     
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    Yes I’ve saved them, I don’t have issues anymore since dropping down a couple webman versions. And 33 percent? How do you think the fan will hold up in the long run?


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    I don't I use a manual constant setting as I find the dynamic control a bit to agressive in this version, rapid climbing of fan speed. I keep my fan speed at 38% manual and 42 fro PS2 games and my temps will rarely exede 65*C.
     
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    Used it this way for years and there's nothing wrong with my fan, it still works fine, nothing loose or damaged.
     
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    So you don’t put in a specific target temp? If you wouldn’t mind sharing that info. Mines currently at 65 for the highest. Should I readjust the temp setting? Only asking because of the consistent fan ramp up.


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    maybe your console has an over heating problem and requires repair?
     
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    I’ve fixed the problem my dude. A lil while ago.


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    even 19 blade fan which is rarest one is dirt cheap and there's a plenty of them.motherboards and repairs not that much,and there's less and less people able to do them reliably everywhere.

    that being said no fan speed will save your system if it's dirty and if the thermal paste isn't doing it's job.and there's problem of the thermal compound between IHS and chip itself.
     
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    I’ve thought about replacing the thermal paste, but I would need a repair service and as you’ve stated it’s hard to find places to do it reliably. I would easily pay over $100 to have it replaced if I could find a decent repair service. Just to extend the life of the console.


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    which console do you have, I replaced the thermal compound in my superslim recently it only took me 40 mins. I followed a guide on youtube on how to open superslim..
    Applying the thermal compound instructions were on the box.
     
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    Slim cech-2001a I’m pretty sure. The 10 year old model


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