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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000995||bareos-core||file daemon||public||2018-08-03 22:31||2019-07-09 11:49|
|Summary||0000995: File Daemon Prevents Power Saving|
|Description||When the Windows Bareos file daemon is installed, Windows won't get into power saving mode any more.|
|Steps To Reproduce||Configure Windows to get into hibernate mode after some time|
Install File Daemon
Windows will never get into any power saving mode
|Additional Information||If I enter the following command as an administrator in a Windows 10 command line window:|
then I get - among other lines - the following result:
[SERVICE] \Device\HarddiskVolume3\Program Files\Bareos\bareos-fd.exe (Bareos-fd)
which probably means that it is the Bareos file daemon preventing Windows from getting in any power saving mode.
I think this might make sense when there is currently a backup running, but not, when the Service is inactive (the little icon is not blinking).
The problem is still the same with release 18.2.5.
Some additional information which I found out today:
If the bareos-tray-monitor is running, Windows 10 (current release as of today) will never get into sleep mode.
If I close the tray monitor, Windows behaves as expected.
I can always reproduce this behavior. This is definitely a bug.
I guess what happens here is the following:
1. Tray monitor keeps a connection to the filedaemon open
2. Filedaemon inhibits power-saving as long as there is an open connection
If that is the case, then this is indeed a bug.
|2018-08-03 22:31||backupchicken||New Issue|
|2018-10-02 09:29||backupchicken||Tag Attached: fd|
|2018-10-02 09:29||backupchicken||Tag Attached: power|
|2019-04-05 19:57||backupchicken||Note Added: 0003313|
|2019-04-09 10:20||arogge||Relationship added||has duplicate 0001074|
|2019-04-09 10:24||arogge||Note Added: 0003314|
|2019-07-09 11:49||arogge||Status||new => acknowledged|