Provided by: powernap_2.21-0ubuntu1_all bug


       powernap-action  -  enable  or  disable  scripts  to  run when PowerNap's ACTION METHOD is


       powernap-action [-e|--enable ACTION] [-d|--disable ACTION ] [-l|--list]


       -e|--enable ACTION
              Enable an ACTION script.

       -d|--disable ACTION
              Disable an ACTION script.

              List available ACTIONS, with its current state (disabled or  enabled).  The  ACTION
              scripts are available at /etc/pm/power.d/).


       powernap-action  will  enable or disable any of the scripts available at /etc/pm/power.d/.
       These scripts are executed by pm-powersave when PowerNap ACTION METHOD is  PowerSave.  The
       ACTION_METHOD can be selected in /etc/powernap/config.

       Additionally, it can also list all the available scripts in /etc/p/power.d/. The list will
       show the available script, with is enabled or disabled status, and a description  of  what
       each scripts does.

       The  scripts  are compatible with pm-utils, to be able to be run with pm-powersave. If new
       scripts are added to /etc/pm/power.d and  remain  compatible  to  pm-powersave,  powernap-
       action will be able to perform the desired actions (enabled, disable, list).

       You may do one of:
         1) powernap-action --list
         2) powernap-action --enable cpu_smp_sched
         3) powernap-action --disable cpu_smp_sched




       powernapd(8), pm-powersave(1)


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       Ubuntu systems (but may be used by others).  Permission is  granted  to  copy,  distribute
       and/or  modify  this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 3
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