2.2.1.14.2 PowerScheme element

The <PowerScheme> inner element refers to a single power scheme. A power scheme is a named set of configuration parameters related to power management. The <PowerScheme> inner element allows management of power schemes on the client.

Attribute name

Description

action

(optional) If specified, the value MUST be C, D, R, or U, corresponding to Create, Delete, Replace, and Update. If unspecified, the default value is U.

  • Create: This action MUST be used to create a new power scheme. If the power scheme already exists, then the client MUST NOT perform an action, and an error MUST NOT be returned.

  • Delete: This action MUST be used to remove a power scheme. If the power scheme does not exist, then the client MUST NOT perform an action, and an error MUST NOT be returned.

  • Replace: This action MUST be used to delete and re-create a power scheme. The net result of the Replace action MUST be to overwrite all existing settings associated with the power scheme. If the power scheme does not exist, then the Replace action MUST create the new power scheme.

  • Update: This action MUST be used to modify the settings of a power scheme. This action differs from Replace in that it MUST update only settings defined within the preference item. All other settings MUST remain as previously configured in the power scheme. If the power scheme does not exist, then the Update action MUST create a new power scheme.

name

MUST be set to the name of this power scheme.

default

(optional) MUST be set to 1 to specify this power scheme as the default, or set to 0 to leave the current default power scheme unchanged.

monitorAc

(optional) MUST be set to the time, in hours, before the monitor turns off while on AC power.

hardDiskAc

(optional) MUST be set to the time, in hours, before the disk drives spin down while on AC power.

standbyAc

(optional) MUST be set to the time, in hours, before the system enters a standby state while on AC power.

hibernateAc

(optional) MUST be set to the time, in hours, before the system enters hibernation while on AC power.

monitorDc

(optional) MUST be set to the time, in hours, before the monitor turns off while on battery power.

hardDiskDc

(optional) MUST be set to the time, in hours, before the disk drives spin down while on battery power.

standbyDc

(optional) MUST be set to the time, in hours, before the system enters a standby state while on battery power.

hibernateDc

(optional) MUST be set to the time, in hours, before the monitor turns off while on battery power.