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關於windows server 2003 “standby” 與 “hibernate” 的問題 RRS feed

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      WHQL 幫助文檔中提到: For Microsoft Windows Server 2003, the system BIOS is required to support only the S4 sleep state.

    已經啟用了休眠狀態 powercfg /H ON 然後我用 powercfg /a 查看電源狀態報告: 系統 support S1 standby )和 S4 Hibernate ),

    WHQL 測試要求系統 support 只有 S4 休眠狀態, 當我測試 sleep stress with IO 時, 系統應該進入 Hibernate 模式的, 但是我的系統卻 standby 了。然後電腦沒有反應, 需要強制關機重啟才行。有人知道這是為什麼嗎?如何禁用這個 S1 standby 呢?

    • 已編輯 Jau wang 2009年7月22日 上午 05:21
    2009年7月22日 上午 05:20

解答

  • You should discuss with your BIOS engineer, BIOS can support to switch sleep mode between S1 & S3.
    BTW, as far as I know from SYSFUND-0214, I 'm wondering why server should support sleep mode, I thought it's a option solution on any server syetems.
    Maybe we can feedback to microsoft on logo point webpage.
    "Server systems are not required to implement S3, S4, or S5 states. If a server system does implement S3, S4 or S5 states, they must work correctly."

    Requirement
    SYSFUND-0214 Systems support S3 and S5 states
    Effective Date :
    2009-June-01
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    A desktop or mobile system installed with a client operating system must support the S3 (Sleep) and S5 (Soft-off) states. S4 (Hibernate) is optional. If the system does implement S4, it must work correctly. Every system must support wake from all implemented sleep states.

    If a USB host controller is implemented on the system, the controller must support wake-up capabilities from S3. If the system contains multiple USB host controllers, all host controllers integrated on the system board (that is, not add-on cards) must support wake-up from S3. USB host controllers are not required to support wake-up when a mobile system is running on battery power.

    Server systems are not required to implement S3, S4, or S5 states. If a server system does implement S3, S4 or S5 states, they must work correctly.

    Power Management is an important aspect of good user experience. The system should be able to control what devices to put into a sleep state when not being used. All devices must comply with the request from the system to go into a sleep state and not veto the request thereby putting an additional drain on the power source.

    Design And Implementation Notes :
    The USB Host controller wake test is currently in the USB controller suite of tests in the Windows Logo Kit. This test will be added to the system kit for Windows Logo Kit version 1.4. If server system implements S3, S4, or S5, they must work correctly.
    Other Details
    Processor Architecture : X64, X86
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    • 已標示為解答 Lolota Lee 2009年7月29日 上午 05:51
    2009年7月24日 上午 03:21

  •  

      WHQL 幫助文檔中提到: For Microsoft Windows Server 2003, the system BIOS is required to support only the S4 sleep state.

    已經啟用了休眠狀態 powercfg /H ON 然後我用 powercfg /a 查看電源狀態報告: 系統 support S1 standby )和 S4 Hibernate ),

    WHQL 測試要求系統 support 只有 S4 休眠狀態, 當我測試 sleep stress with IO 時, 系統應該進入 Hibernate 模式的, 但是我的系統卻 standby 了。然後電腦沒有反應, 需要強制關機重啟才行。有人知道這是為什麼嗎?如何禁用這個 S1 standby 呢?


    You can find some command about powercfg.exe from http://technet.microsoft.com/zh-tw/library/cc748940(WS.10).aspx

    Thanks,
    Steve
    OOWFSS
    • 已標示為解答 Lolota Lee 2009年7月29日 上午 05:51
    2009年7月24日 上午 03:26
    版主

所有回覆

  • CMOS Setup进去看看. 是否可以关闭系统待机(stand by)功能.
    2009年7月22日 上午 06:51
  • 没有这项功能
    2009年7月22日 上午 08:53
  • You should discuss with your BIOS engineer, BIOS can support to switch sleep mode between S1 & S3.
    BTW, as far as I know from SYSFUND-0214, I 'm wondering why server should support sleep mode, I thought it's a option solution on any server syetems.
    Maybe we can feedback to microsoft on logo point webpage.
    "Server systems are not required to implement S3, S4, or S5 states. If a server system does implement S3, S4 or S5 states, they must work correctly."

    Requirement
    SYSFUND-0214 Systems support S3 and S5 states
    Effective Date :
    2009-June-01
    1 - WINDOWS VISTA CLIENT 2 - WINDOWS SERVER 2008 3 - WINDOWS 7
    Consumer Business
      CDEV
    Basic -
    Premium -
    Windows Server 2008 -
    Windows7 -
    DESK MOB UPPC UMPC AIO ULCPC
    R R - R R -
    R R - R R -
    - - - - - -
    - - - - - -
    DESK MOB UPPC UMPC AIO ULCPC
    R R - R R -
    R R - R R -
    - - - - - -
    - - - - - -
    SDEV STDA RACK WHS
    - - - -
    - - - -
    - - - -
    - - - -
    CDEV7 AIO7 DESK7 MOB7 RACKR2 SDEV7 STDAR2 UMPC7 UPPC7 ULCPC7 WHS7
    - - - - - - - - - - -
    - - - - - - - - - - -
    - - - - - - - - - - -
    - R R R I - I R - - -
    Expiration Date :
    Details

    A desktop or mobile system installed with a client operating system must support the S3 (Sleep) and S5 (Soft-off) states. S4 (Hibernate) is optional. If the system does implement S4, it must work correctly. Every system must support wake from all implemented sleep states.

    If a USB host controller is implemented on the system, the controller must support wake-up capabilities from S3. If the system contains multiple USB host controllers, all host controllers integrated on the system board (that is, not add-on cards) must support wake-up from S3. USB host controllers are not required to support wake-up when a mobile system is running on battery power.

    Server systems are not required to implement S3, S4, or S5 states. If a server system does implement S3, S4 or S5 states, they must work correctly.

    Power Management is an important aspect of good user experience. The system should be able to control what devices to put into a sleep state when not being used. All devices must comply with the request from the system to go into a sleep state and not veto the request thereby putting an additional drain on the power source.

    Design And Implementation Notes :
    The USB Host controller wake test is currently in the USB controller suite of tests in the Windows Logo Kit. This test will be added to the system kit for Windows Logo Kit version 1.4. If server system implements S3, S4, or S5, they must work correctly.
    Other Details
    Processor Architecture : X64, X86
    Logo Test Category :
    • 已標示為解答 Lolota Lee 2009年7月29日 上午 05:51
    2009年7月24日 上午 03:21

  •  

      WHQL 幫助文檔中提到: For Microsoft Windows Server 2003, the system BIOS is required to support only the S4 sleep state.

    已經啟用了休眠狀態 powercfg /H ON 然後我用 powercfg /a 查看電源狀態報告: 系統 support S1 standby )和 S4 Hibernate ),

    WHQL 測試要求系統 support 只有 S4 休眠狀態, 當我測試 sleep stress with IO 時, 系統應該進入 Hibernate 模式的, 但是我的系統卻 standby 了。然後電腦沒有反應, 需要強制關機重啟才行。有人知道這是為什麼嗎?如何禁用這個 S1 standby 呢?


    You can find some command about powercfg.exe from http://technet.microsoft.com/zh-tw/library/cc748940(WS.10).aspx

    Thanks,
    Steve
    OOWFSS
    • 已標示為解答 Lolota Lee 2009年7月29日 上午 05:51
    2009年7月24日 上午 03:26
    版主