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# hd-idle command line options
# Options are:
#  -a <name>               Set device name of disks for subsequent idle-time
#                          parameters (-i). This parameter is optional in the
#                          sense that there's a default entry for all disks
#                          which are not named otherwise by using this
#                          parameter. This can also be a symlink
#                          (e.g. /dev/disk/by-uuid/...)
#  -i <idle_time>          Idle time in seconds.
#
# Options not exactly useful here:
#  -t <disk>               Spin-down the specfified disk immediately and exit.
#  -d                      Debug mode. This will prevent hd-idle from
#                          becoming a daemon and print debugging info to
#                          stdout/stderr
#  -h                      Print usage information.
#  -l <logfile>            Name of logfile (written only after a disk has spun
#                          up). Please note that this option might cause the
#                          disk which holds the logfile to spin up just because
#                          another disk had some activity. This option should
#                          not be used on systems with more than one disk
#                          except for tuning purposes. On single-disk systems,
#                          this option should not cause any additional spinups.
#
# spin down all disks after 180 seconds
#HD_IDLE_OPTS="-i 180"
#
# only spin down /dev/sdb after 180 seconds
#HD_IDLE_OPTS="-i 0 -a sdb -i 180"