PCI_ENABLE_OBFF(9) Hardware Interfaces PCI_ENABLE_OBFF(9)NAME
pci_enable_obff - enable optimized buffer flush/fill
int pci_enable_obff(struct pci_dev * dev, enum pci_obff_signal_type type);
type of signaling to use
Try to enable type OBFF signaling on dev. It will try using WAKE# signaling if possible, falling back to message signaling only if WAKE#
isn't supported. type should indicate whether the PCIe link be brought out of L0s or L1 to send the message. It should be either
PCI_EXP_OBFF_SIGNAL_ALWAYS or PCI_OBFF_SIGNAL_L0.
If your device can benefit from receiving all messages, even at the power cost of bringing the link back up from a low power state, use
PCI_EXP_OBFF_SIGNAL_ALWAYS. Otherwise, use PCI_OBFF_SIGNAL_L0 (the preferred type).
Zero on success, appropriate error number on failure.
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wake -- send Wake on LAN frames to hosts on a local Ethernet network
wake [interface] lladdr [lladdr ...]
The wake program is used to send Wake on LAN (WoL) frames over a local Ethernet network to one or more hosts using their link layer (hard-
ware) addresses. WoL functionality is generally enabled in a machine's BIOS and can be used to power on machines from a remote system with-
out having physical access to them.
interface is an Ethernet interface of the local machine and is used to send the Wake on LAN frames over it. If there is only one Ethernet
device available that is up and running, then the interface argument can be omitted. lladdr is the link layer address of the remote machine.
This can be specified as the actual hardware address (six hexadecimal numbers separated by colons) or as a hostname entry in /etc/ethers.
wake accepts multiple lladdr addresses. Link layer addresses can be determined and set using ifconfig(8).
/etc/ethers Ethernet host name data base.
SEE ALSO ethers(5), ifconfig(8)AUTHORS
wake was written by Marc Balmer <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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