powernap 2.21-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


powernap (2.21-0ubuntu1) vivid; urgency=medium

  * debian/powernap.override:
    - only set the override as "manual" to really disable powernap under
  * debian/powernap.postinst:
    - more elegant way to only strip the "manual" part (and removing the
      override if empty)
 -- Didier Roche <email address hidden>   Wed, 01 Apr 2015 09:17:28 +0200

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Didier Roche on 2015-04-01
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powernap: reduce the power consumption of a system when inactive

 PowerNap watches a series of configurable monitors. When no activity
 has occurred on any of these monitors for some specified time, PowerNap
 deems the system inactive, and takes action, as configured by the system
 PowerNap can monitor:
   * User Activity (Console, Keyboard, Mouse)
   * System Activity (Load, Processes, Process IO)
   * Network Activity (wake-on-lan, UDP ports, TCP ports)
 Some of these are event-based, while others are poll-based. PowerNap's
 polling interval, INTERVAL_SECONDS, is configurable.
 The required length of inactivity, ABSENT_SECONDS, is configurable.
 The action taken by PowerNap when the system is active, is configurable,
 and might be one of pm-powersave, pm-suspend, pm-hibernate, poweroff,
 or any executable script as chosen by the system administrator.
 See /etc/powernap/config for all configurable options and defaults.

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powernap-server: PowerNap Power Services suite

 This virtual package installs the dependencies necessary to remotely
 monitor and manage PowerNap client and server services.

powerwake: remotely wake a napping system

 PowerWake is a generic mechanism for remotely waking systems. It is
 intended to support wake-on-lan, ipmi, and other remote waking mechanisms.
 Currently, wake-on-lan is the only supported mechanism. It also includes
 some handy caching of MAC addresses, such that systems can be awakened by
 hostname or ip address, in addition to MAC address.

powerwake-common: common library files required by powerwake

 This package contains the common library files required as a runtime
 dependency of powerwake-server.

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