Autopoweroff is a daemon that is started at boot time, and which function is to run a command at a specific time, but only if some conditions are met. Originally, this application would only shutdown the computer, thus its name, but now it can suspend, hibernate, or run any custom command provided by the user.
Example: Autopoweroff will shutdown the server after 22:00 only if no other computer on the network is responding to ping. The server can boot automatically every morning by setting its BIOS properly. Autopoweroff has nothing to do with this process. But with this setting, your home server does not need to run 24/7.
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