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       condor_power  send  packet  intended to wake a machine from a low power

       condor_power [ -h ]

       condor_power [ -d ] [ -i	] [ -m MACaddress ] [ -s subnet	]  [  ClassAd-
       File ]

       condor_power sends one UDP Wake on LAN (WOL) packet to a	machine	speci-
       fied either by command line arguments or	by the contents	of  a  machine
       ClassAd.	 The  machine  ClassAd	may  be	in a file, where the file name
       specified by the	optional argument ClassAdFile is given on the  command
       line.  With  no	command	 line arguments	to specify the machine,	and no
       file specified, condor_power quietly presumes that  standard  input  is
       the  file  source  which	will specify the machine ClassAd that includes
       the public IP address and subnet	of the machine.

       condor_power needs a complete specification of the machine to  be  suc-
       cessful.	 If a MAC address is provided on the command line, but no sub-
       net is given, then the default value for	the subnet is used. If a  sub-
       net  is provided	on the command line, but no MAC	address	is given, then
       condor_power falls back to taking its information in the	 form  of  the
       machine	ClassAd	 as provided in	a file or on standard input. Note that
       this case implies that the command line specification of	the subnet  is

       condor_power relies on the router receiving the WOL packet to correctly
       broadcast the request. Since routers are	often configured to ignore re-
       quests to broadcast messages on a different subnet than the sender, the
       send of a WOL packet to a machine on a different	subnet may fail.


	  Print	usage information and exit.


	  Enable debugging messages.


	  Read a ClassAd that is piped in through standard input.

       -m MACaddress

	  Specify the MAC address in the standard format of six	groups of  two
	  hexadecimal digits separated by colons.

       -s subnet

	  Specify  the	subnet	in the standard	form of	a mask for an IPv4 ad-
	  dress. Without this option, a	global broadcast will be sent.

Exit Status
       condor_power will exit with a status value of 0	(zero)	upon  success,
       and it will exit	with the value 1 (one) upon failure.

       Center for High Throughput Computing, University	of Wisconsin-Madison

       Copyright  (C) 1990-2015	Center for High	Throughput Computing, Computer
       Sciences	Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.  All
       Rights Reserved.	Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.

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