Starts Power Management GUI (Graphical User Interface) utility.
The xpowerm command starts Power Management GUI utility, a graphical interface that enables you to perform Power Management tasks without entering complex commands.
The Power Management GUI utility displays two function buttons: the system transition button, and the Power Management parameter button.
Note: If the power management controller (pmc) and the power management daemon (pmd) are not available, you can not run the PM GUI utility, XPOWERM. Motif will display an error message. The PM GUI utility, XPOWERM, requires that the power management controller (pmc) be configured, and the power management daemon (pmd) running.
You can change the destination of system state transition by clicking the right mouse button on the system transition button. A popup menu appears from which you can select a state. The selected state can be viewed in a popup window by moving the mouse pointer onto the button area.
You can display the Power Management parameters (all of the items in SMIT) by clicking the Power Management parameter button.
If your system has an inner battery, an indicator showing approximate battery time remaining and the current power source (AC or DC) is displayed. You can discharge the inner battery by clicking the right mouse button on the battery indicator area. A popup menu appears from which you can select "discharge".
Access Control: Any User
Files Accessed: None
To start Power Management GUI utility, enter:
|/usr/lpp/X11/bin/xpowerm||Contains the xpowerm command.|