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Re: powerd on boot
Jason Thorpe wrote:
On May 15, 2008, at 10:45 AM, Christoph Egger wrote:
...catching up on old mail...
The problem, sysmon_power_daemon is NULL when powerd is not running.
So when I inject the event into sysmon (which is _before_ powerd) runs,
the event is lost.
The idea there is for sysmon to be able to do something "reasonable"
when a power switch event occurs when the daemon is not running, like
call cpu_reboot() or whatever.
Any ideas on how to fix that?
You could special-case the different kinds of switches and choose to
enqueue events for certain kinds of keys (or, rather, for keys
I have this diff:
Jared doesn't like it. He provided this idea:
acpidalb(4) exposes a sysctl say kern.autolaunch.
Runtime events presses goes to powerd (= wakeup from resume),
boot time events are reported via sysctl (= system-wake).
At boot time a /etc/rc.d/applaunch will check for kern.autolaunch.
powerd will run /etc/powerd/actions/wakeup from resume.
Both will run /usr/sbin/dapplaunch <id> <reason>
and the mapping of event to action is configured in /etc/applaunch.conf
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