Hibernate support once queue is empty

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Hibernate support once queue is empty

in the queue options "once emptly" section there are only the following options: stay idle, disconnect, shutdown

I would like to have "Hibernate" option here, since I always hibernate my laptop and I frequently use winscp to up or download wast amount of files overnight but I don't want to have the laptop running, the fan spinning whole night without purpose. It would be nice to have this feature. thank you for your consideration

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Re: Hibernate support once queue is empty

Thanks for your post. This issue has been added to tracker.
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Hello,


I finally was tired of this same issue, so I decided to take a long look at it...
Hereby attached the patch that should add Hibernate support.


One thing that still needs to be done in here is to check "IsPwrHibernateAllowed". If that returns FALSE, it should remove the Hibernate option from the dropdown menu.


This patch has been taken against the source code available for download on this site (553)


Thanks for incorporating this!

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The patch has been applied, with some fixes. Also hibernation was replaced by suspension. Thanks!

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martin wrote:

The patch has been applied, with some fixes. Also hibernation was replaced by suspension. Thanks!

Hello sir,


I noticed that this option is not available any longer? I have version 5.7.6.
The only options I see are:
Stay Idle
Disconnect
Sleep
Shut Down


But no Hibernate? (Sleep is not hibernate as with Sleep modus you'll need still to power your computer, with Hibernate you don't)


Thanks

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WinSCP never supported hibernation, only suspension.

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