The hardware of the network adapter needs to be configured to accept and act on Wake-on-LAN packets. The âethtoolâ command on Linux is used to accomplish this.
ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ -Michael Pelletier.
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Subject: [External] Re: [HTCondor-users] Power management not working in Windows
John, I have tens of this messages in the StartLog, the interesting is the last error message:
05/20/18 12:26:39 (D_ALWAYS:2) allHibernating: resource #22: 'S3' (0x4)
05/20/18 12:26:39 (D_ALWAYS) ResMgr: ERROR: Ignoring HIBERNATE: Machine cannot be woken by its public network adapter ().
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