Re: Power down
more than likely the older machines are AT rather than ATX
Quoting D <email@example.com>:
> Please excuse the simple question, but it's something that's been
> bothering me. I've been running various debian machines as servers for
> quite some time now. The problem started when I got two new servers.
> All of the other machines (excluding the two new ones) were on the older
> side ( <= P2 ). The problem is that when I shut down the servers.. they
> don't turn off. It's particularly irritating to me because all of my
> servers run headless. With my older machines, I never gave a second
> thought to the shut down process as they'd always turn themselves off as
> soon they finished wrapping things up. The new ones just halt and stay
> on. To make things even worse.. the hard drives in the new machines are
> so quiet I can't tell if they've finished everything.
> Anyway, does this have something to do with newer power management stuff
> in the bios? Something changed in the debian configs? All i'd like is
> for the servers to turn themselves off at system halt like my old
> servers do.
> Thanks for your time