[arch-general] harddisk suspending far to often

G. Schlisio g.schlisio at dukun.de
Wed Dec 12 18:35:32 EST 2012

Am 10.12.2012 00:13, schrieb G. Schlisio:
> Am 09.12.2012 18:55, schrieb Leonid Isaev:
>> On Sat, 08 Dec 2012 21:48:54 +0100
>> "G. Schlisio" <g.schlisio at dukun.de> wrote:
>>> [...]
>>> how can i get to know, why this is happening, and maybe stop it?
>> I suspect the issue is in pm-utils' pm-powersave script which 
>> executes "power
>> saving" hooks, and is in turn being called by upower. But to be sure 
>> we need to
>> see your pm-utils configuration (in /etc/pm) and and 
>> /etc/Upower/Upower.conf...
> /etc/pm/ contains conf.d/, power.d/ (both empty) and sleep.d/ 
> (contains 90alsa, not doing much apart aplay). upower [0] contains a 
> RunPowersaveCommand=true, does that include APM=1 setting?
> what curtis said about expected behavior and default settings, can 
> those be altered somewhere?
> my /usr/lib/systemd/system-sleep/notify-upower.sh contains some call 
> of upower{,.resuming} via dbus.
> what irritates me is that i experience this after last update, and 
> never before.
> [0] my upower.conf:
> [UPower]
> SleepTimeout=1000
> AllowHibernateEncryptedSwap=true
> RunPowersaveCommand=true
> EnableWattsUpPro=true
> PollDockDevices=false
> IgnoreLid=false 
seems unrelated to suspend, but related to switch between external and 
internal power supply. where can i adjust hese settings? may kde 
interfere here?
suggestions appreciated.

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