hdparm -B for netbooks
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Wed Feb 24 08:53:39 UTC 2010
On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 09:10:03PM +0100, Richard Zidlicky wrote:
> I have one of these netbooks that need "hdparm -B high_value" to avoid unhealthy
> frequent head parking. From some archived mails I had the impression that it was
> planned that gnome power manager and similar would take care of such issues - which
> does not appear to happen in my case.
> What is the state of this - is some package responsible for this or is it up to
> the user to do it manualy?
You have to set it manually at bootup (add it to /etc/rc.local), but
after suspend/hibernate the values are normally restored by pm-utils
(eventually this might happen in the kernel). In the past some devices
needed a manual override in /etc/pm-utils-hd-apm-restore.conf But this
might not be needed anymore.
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