[Plugin] Autoshutdown - Shutdown PC once torrents complete

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[Plugin] Autoshutdown - Shutdown PC once torrents complete

Postby Cas » Fri Sep 14, 2012 10:36 pm

This is the the Autoshutdown plugin and will either shutdown, hibernate or standby your computer once Deluge has finished downloading all torrents.

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Based upon original work by Ray Chen

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Re: Autoshutdown

Postby mingle » Tue Sep 18, 2012 3:00 am

Hi again,

I've just installed this plugin, but can't see any options to set and it's also not listed under Preferences>Plugins.

The .egg file is in the correct folder and other installed plugins are fine.

I couldn't find any other info about how to configure the plugin

(apologies for my recent number of bozo-questions!)

Cheers,

Mike.

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Re: [Plugin] Autoshutdown - Shutdown PC once torrents comple

Postby Cas » Tue Sep 18, 2012 11:37 am


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Re: [Plugin] Autoshutdown - Shutdown PC once torrents comple

Postby mingle » Wed Sep 19, 2012 3:23 am

Thanks for your help - I was confused about my Python version!

I have 2.7.3, so just renamed the egg and all is well.

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Re: [Plugin] Autoshutdown - Shutdown PC once torrents comple

Postby mayB » Fri Nov 23, 2012 7:15 am

Hello.

AutoShutdown-0.1-py2.6.egg doesn't work in windows 7, at least I finished the download of the only torrent I had in deluge transferes and system didn't turned off.

Please tell me exactly how to configure deluge to shutdown the system after all the active downloads are finished.

I tried this weird wizmo application with a bat file but deluge doesn't have any connection with it.

Please make it clear.

Thanks.

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Autoshutdown doesn't work

Postby tekkaman » Wed Apr 03, 2013 11:30 am

Hello everyone

I tried many times but it never even attempts to shut down. Any ideas?

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Re: [Plugin] Autoshutdown - Shutdown PC once torrents comple

Postby Cas » Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:53 pm

I had been working on adding windows code to the plugin but never got around to testing it. The eggs are below for anyone wishing to help test it for me. If you have any issue enable debug logging and look for AutoShutdown messages.

Edit: I was testing on Linux and found several major issues so fixed them and have attached the new version. It is still untested on Windows so some feedback would be helpful.
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Re: [Plugin] Autoshutdown - Shutdown PC once torrents comple

Postby smb_au » Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:45 pm

I'm just starting to play with debian and all it entails to build a home nas.

My plan (from what I currently know), would be to have hdparm set the disks to spin down after 20 minutes of inactivity, and then to have a cron job check to see if both (non OS disks) have spun down, and then poweroff the nas. When I want media served, or to access the disks/deluge, I'll send a magic packet to wake it. I'm going this route as on average I may not touch it from day to day, so want something that will be "off" for as long as possible.

Having looked at a few torrent clients, Deluge seems a perfect fit, now all I need is to manage to shut it down once all downloads have completed, rather than shut the system down as I may be using it for other things.

I've had a go at modifying the plugin itself - with some success (got it to compile, and log) - but don't know python, and so have rather crudely put

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component.get("Core").shutdown


just below

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log.info("[AutoShutDown] Suspending...")


just for testing purposes, but it's not doing anything, nor generating any errrors.

Any help with this - or my general "power management" strategy - would be much appreciated, as all of this is new to me.

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Re: [Plugin] Autoshutdown - Shutdown PC once torrents comple

Postby Cas » Sun Jun 02, 2013 8:58 pm

It's a method so requires brackets:

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component.get("Core").shutdown()

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Re: [Plugin] Autoshutdown - Shutdown PC once torrents comple

Postby smb_au » Mon Jun 03, 2013 7:08 pm

As much as I would have loved that to have been down to my complete stupidity (I thought the compilation would have picked that up), it's still not working, and I'm wondering whether I need to do any housekeeping before calling shutdown?

I've only changed the core.py file - mainly to simplify it so I know what's going on (it hasn't helped):

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from deluge.log import LOG as log
from deluge.plugins.pluginbase import CorePluginBase
import deluge.component as component
import deluge.configmanager
from deluge.core.rpcserver import export
from deluge.common import windows_check, osx_check

DEFAULT_PREFS = {
    "enabled"           : True,
    "system_state"      : None,
    "can_hibernate"     : False,
    "can_suspend"       : False
}

class Core(CorePluginBase):
    def enable(self):
        log.debug("[AutoShutDown] Enabling plugin...")

        self.config = deluge.configmanager.ConfigManager("autoshutdown.conf", DEFAULT_PREFS)
        self.check_suspend_hibernate_flags()

        component.get("EventManager").register_event_handler("TorrentFinishedEvent", self.on_event_torrent_finished)


    def disable(self):
        log.debug("[AutoShutDown] Disabling plugin...")
        component.get("EventManager").deregister_event_handler(self.on_event_torrent_finished)
        self.config.save()

    def on_event_torrent_finished(self, torrent_id):
        log.debug("[AutoShutDown] Torrent finished event for %s", torrent_id)
        # calc how many of torrent right now
        downloading_torrents = component.get("Core").get_torrents_status({"state": "Downloading"}, ["name"])
        # core status might not be updated so ensure finished torrent is removed
        downloading_torrents.pop(torrent_id, None)
        log.info("[AutoShutDown] Total torrents waiting to complete: %s", len(downloading_torrents))
        log.debug("[AutoShutDown] Waiting list: %s", downloading_torrents)
        if not downloading_torrents:
            self.power_action()

    def power_action(self):
        if not self.config["enabled"]:
            log.debug("[AutoShutDown] Disabled, nothing to do")
            return
        if self.config["system_state"] == 'shutdown':
            self.os_shutdown()
        elif self.config["system_state"] == 'hibernate':
            self.os_hibernate()
        elif self.config["system_state"] == 'suspend':
            self.os_suspend()

    def os_suspend(self):
            log.info("[AutoShutDown] Suspending...")
            component.get("Core").shutdown()

    def os_hibernate(self):
            log.info("[AutoShutDown] Hibernating...")
            component.get("Core").shutdown()

    def os_shutdown(self):
            log.info("[AutoShutDown] Shutting down...")
            log.info("[AutoShutDown] Closing Core...")
            component.get("Core").shutdown()

    def check_suspend_hibernate_flags(self):
        self.config["can_hibernate"] = False
        self.config["can_suspend"] = False
        self.config.save()

    def update(self):
        pass

    @export
    def set_config(self, config):
        "sets the config dictionary"
        for key in config.keys():
            self.config[key] = config[key]
        self.config.save()

    @export
    def get_config(self):
        "returns the config dictionary"
        return self.config.config


and the logging gives me no idea as to what's happended, it appears to just ignore it

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[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 alertmanager:123 torrent_finished_alert: LibreOffice_4.0.3_Win_x86.msi torrent finished downloading
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 alertmanager:123 state_changed_alert: LibreOffice_4.0.3_Win_x86.msi: state changed to: finished
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 alertmanager:123 state_changed_alert: LibreOffice_4.0.3_Win_x86.msi: state changed to: seeding
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 alertmanager:123 tracker_announce_alert: LibreOffice_4.0.3_Win_x86.msi (http://tracker.documentfoundation.org:6969/announce) sending announce (completed)
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrentmanager:855 on_alert_torrent_finished
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrentmanager:861 39a2eb68ca81744a82ba5071855d7360c0076853 is finished..
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 rpcserver:466 intevents: {1: ['NewVersionAvailableEvent', 'PluginEnabledEvent', 'TorrentResumedEvent', 'TorrentAddedEvent', 'TorrentRemovedEvent', 'PluginDisabledEvent', 'SessionResumedEvent', 'TorrentQueueChangedEvent', 'TorrentFileRenamedEvent', 'TorrentFolderRenamedEvent', 'TorrentStateChangedEvent', 'TorrentFinishedEvent', 'ConfigValueChangedEvent', 'SessionPausedEvent']}
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 rpcserver:470 Emit Event: TorrentFinishedEvent ['39a2eb68ca81744a82ba5071855d7360c0076853']
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 core:32 [AutoShutDown] Torrent finished event for 39a2eb68ca81744a82ba5071855d7360c0076853
[INFO    ] 19:56:25 core:37 [AutoShutDown] Total torrents waiting to complete: 0
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 core:38 [AutoShutDown] Waiting list: {}
[INFO    ] 19:56:25 core:62 [AutoShutDown] Shutting down...
[INFO    ] 19:56:25 core:63 [AutoShutDown] Closing Core...
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrent:379 set_state_based_on_ltstate: Seeding
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrent:380 session.is_paused: False
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrentmanager:999 on_alert_state_changed
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrent:379 set_state_based_on_ltstate: Seeding
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrent:380 session.is_paused: False
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrentmanager:999 on_alert_state_changed
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrent:379 set_state_based_on_ltstate: Seeding
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrent:380 session.is_paused: False
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrentmanager:946 on_alert_tracker_announce
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 alertmanager:123 save_resume_data_alert: LibreOffice_4.0.3_Win_x86.msi resume data generated
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrentmanager:1013 on_alert_save_resume_data
[DEBUG   ] 19:56:25 torrentmanager:718 Opening torrents fastresume file for load.


Apologies if I'm missing something obvious, I'm only dipping my toe in here, but I had hoped I'd be seeing some errors to correct me along the way.

Thanks again


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