XS Community Edition/Features/power management
Optimize power management on the server to minimize power consumption.
- Name: Jon Nettleton
- Email: email@example.com
- Targeted release: >= 0.6
- Last updated: October 21, 2013
- Percentage of completion: 0%
First, data need to be collected to determine whether implementing power optimizations is worthwhile.
Next, these are some of the optimizations to investigate
- wake on lan
- spin down hard disk when not being used (with sd/ssd being used as a cache)
- schedule the server to go to sleep at certain times of day
These are ideas we have brainstormed and this list is not definitive. Feel free to add more.
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