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[answered] shutdown-event

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Member
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Jul 2010
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Hi folks.

I'm looking for a way the power-down my MC35 and TC35i Terminals gracefully when I shutdown the Server-PC or smsd.

I know the is a AT command (AT^SMSO Power down GSM engine).

Maybe a counterpart of pre-init?

Administrator
Registered:
May 2009
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
Check this setting: stop = modem command.

Member
Registered:
Jul 2010
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Topic owner
But it looks like there are many moments that will trigger a stop = modem command.

I only want a shutdown command if smsd or when my Server-PC shutdown.

The "stop modem command" will turn the modem into a flipper-machine, to my understanding :shock:

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May 2009
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
andre-sms wrote
But it looks like there are many moments that will trigger a stop = modem command.

I only want a shutdown command if smsd or when my Server-PC shutdown.

The "stop modem command" will turn the modem into a flipper-machine, to my understanding :shock:

How it looks like that? In what version of smsd?

Command is sent when process is stopping, and when process goes to "suspend" state. If suspend feature is used, usually start string should be defined too. But with AT^SMSO suspend cannot be used, because the modem is powered down.

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How it looks like that? In what version of smsd?

For me, It looks like there are more moments that a modem process stops, like after a sms is send?!? :shock: so the "stop = modem command" is executed menny times in the current smsd session.

By the way  flipper-machine  is a "Pinball-machine" :oops:

But if the stop command is only triggered when smsd stops, it will be use full for me :? .

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Command is sent when process is stopping, and when process goes to "suspend" state. If suspend feature is used, usually start string should be defined too. But with AT^SMSO suspend cannot be used, because the modem is powered down.

I'm not interested  suspend  mode only power-down or shutdown.

My sms-system is not running 24/7, it is just a hobby.
Think Green and save energy. :mrgreen:

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Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
andre-sms wrote
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How it looks like that? In what version of smsd?

For me, It looks like there are more moments that a modem process stops, like after a sms is send?!? :shock: so the "stop = modem command" is executed menny times in the current smsd session.

You have then modified the source code, right? ;)

andre-sms wrote
By the way  flipper-machine  is a "Pinball-machine" :oops:

Yes, of course, those both terms are well known here in Finland too, and we actually talk about "flipperi" when meaning "pinball". But who cares, as nowadays everyone plays Angry Birds, or OnLine Texas Hold'em only... :mrgreen:

andre-sms wrote
But if the stop command is only triggered when smsd stops, it will be use full for me :? .

Yes, so it should be. :o

andre-sms wrote
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Command is sent when process is stopping, and when process goes to "suspend" state. If suspend feature is used, usually start string should be defined too. But with AT^SMSO suspend cannot be used, because the modem is powered down.

I'm not interested  suspend  mode only power-down or shutdown.

Of course. I was just telling when stop string is used. And in your case you cannot even use the suspend feature.

andre-sms wrote
Think Green and save energy. :mrgreen:

I agree. :mrgreen:

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Jul 2010
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Topic owner
Thanks for the clarification 8)

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