Re: noflushd: making/having drives spin down.
On Tue, Jan 06, 2004 at 11:07:35AM +0000, Yves Rutschle wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 06, 2004 at 10:40:08PM +1300, Andrew McMillan wrote:
> > If you are running low on battery you get plenty of warning to shut
> > down, and you _certainly_ are a lot more resilient to the "toddler yanks
> > plug" problem that my youngest is only recently growing out of.
> Normally you should also be able to set up so that the
> laptop goes automatically to sleep when running out of
> power. With this setting, the only way to actually kill the
> computer is to let the battery run out, then let the laptop
> alone for a couple of months until the battery runs so low
> even "hibernate" dies (it does eventually, on my T420).
That depends on what kind of hibernation you are using. I am using
swsusp which means that the laptop is actually completely off when
suspended so I can take the power and the battery out, press the power
button for 60 secs to empty all capacitors and whatever else you want
and then still resume the system (including nfs mounts if there were
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