[WIMS] PWG Power Management Model and MIB (2 March 2011)

[WIMS] PWG Power Management Model and MIB (2 March 2011)

[WIMS] PWG Power Management Model and MIB (2 March 2011)

Ira McDonald blueroofmusic at gmail.com
Wed Mar 2 22:34:11 UTC 2011


Hi,

I've just posted revised Stable drafts of the PWG Power Model and PWG Power
MIB,
with edits from PWG Formal Vote comments for review at tomorrow's WIMS WG.

After these documents are reviewed by the WIMS WG, I'll prepare the final
PWG CS
versions and post them.

  ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/wims/wd/wd-wimspower10-20110302.pdf / doc
  - clean copy with line numbers

  ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/wims/wd/wd-wimspower10-20110302-rev.pdf / doc
  - redlines copy with line numbers

  ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/wims/wd/wd-wimspowermib10-20110302.pdf / doc
  - clean copy with line numbers

  ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/wims/wd/wd-wimspowermib10-20110302-rev.pdf / doc
  - redlines copy with line numbers

  ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/wims/wd/wd-wimspowermib10-20110302.mib
  - plaintext ASN.1 source

  ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/wims/wd/wd-wimspowermib10-20110302-mib.pdf
  - color highlighted ASN.1 source with line numbers

Comments?

Cheers,
- Ira
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*A.     **Changes made to create 2 March 2011 version (Stable Draft)*

Editorial – Kept document status at Stable – edits from PWG Formal Vote
comments


Editorial – Global – Changed references to Power Model from ‘PWG510x.y’ to
‘PWG5106.4’

and corrected date, in preparation for publication as a PWG Candidate
Standard


Editorial – Global – Changed references to Power MIB from ‘PWG510a.b’ to
‘PWG5106.5’

and corrected date, in preparation for publication as a PWG Candidate
Standard


Editorial – Revised first bullet in section 3.2.3 Fleet Management Use Case,
changing ‘Suspend’

(medium power) to ‘Hibernate’ (lowest power state with previous context
recovery possible), per

PWG Formal Vote comment


Editorial – Revised section 5.1 Power General Group to explain why

powGeneralNaturalLanguageTag and powGeneralPolicyMaxAccess aren’t defined in
the abstract

model (because they’re already present in the corresponding objects in the
PWG Semantic Model

XML Schema), per PWG Formal Vote comment


Editorial – Revised section 5.3 Power Log Group and section 8.1 Power
Management Server

Conformance Requirements to add RECOMMENDED support for at least 10 Power
Log entries,

for reliable fleet management, per PWG Formal Vote comment


Editorial – Revised first example in section 7.5.3 Examples of Power
Calendar Group, changing

‘Suspend’ (medium power) to ‘Hibernate’ (lowest power state with previous
context recovery

possible), per PWG Formal Vote comment


Editorial – Revised References to update DMTF CIM Power State Management
Profile version/date

– no technical impact on PWG Power Management Model


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*A.     **Changes made to create 2 March 2011 version (Stable Draft)*

Editorial – Kept document status at Stable – edits from PWG Formal Vote
comments


Editorial – Global – Changed to Power Model from ‘PWG510a.b’ to ‘PWG5106.4’,
in

preparation for publication as a PWG Candidate Standard


Editorial – Revised powLogTable in ASN.1 MIB source to add RECOMMENDED
support

for at least 10 Power Log entries, for reliable fleet management, per PWG
Formal Vote

comment


Editorial – Revised section 4.6 Mapping from PWG Power Management Model and
Table 2

to add RECOMMENDED support for at least 10 Power Log entries, for reliable
fleet

management, and to describe an optimization for NVRAM support of persistent
powLogTable

(i.e., don’t save empty or static power state messages), per PWG Formal Vote
comment


Editorial – Added section 4.6.1 Indexing of Imaging System Power MIB and
section 4.6.2

Diagram of Imaging System Power, to improved understanding by designers,
implementers,

and testers, per PWG Formal Vote comment


Editorial – Revised section 6.1 Power Management Server Conformance
Requirements to add

RECOMMENDED support for at least 10 Power Log entries, for reliable fleet
management,

per PWG Formal Vote comment


Editorial – Revised References to update DMTF CIM Power State Management
Profile version/date

– no technical impact on PWG Power Management Model

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