Power button behavior
austenc at us.ibm.com
Tue Aug 16 02:00:20 AEST 2016
Following the industry norm of "Short press triggers a soft power off, long press triggers a hard power off" makes sense to me.
I vote for Master
Will need to get an opinion from the users of Stable in their product change there
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From: Adriana Kobylak
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Date: 08/15/2016 09:14AM
Subject: Power button behavior
The current openBMC behavior for the power buttion is:
Short press triggers a hard power off, long press reboots the host (power off->power on).
The default behavior for P8 OpenPower systems / x86 is:
Short press triggers a soft power off, long press triggers a hard power off.
The proposal is to change the openBMC behavior to the default P8/x86 one for master and the stable branch supported on Barreleye, any thoughts or objections?
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