WakeupDelay

Updated: October 20, 2013

Applies To: Windows 8, Windows 8.1

Indicates the delay, in seconds, when emerging from a sleep state for an OnOffTransitionConfiguration element.

<WindowsPerformanceRecorder>
     <OnOffTransitionConfigurations>
          <OnOffTransitionConfiguration>
               <WakeupDelay>

<WakeupDelay Value = SimpleDelayValueType>
</WakeupDelay>

 

Attribute Description Data Type Required Default

Value

Describes the length of the delay, in seconds. Possible values are 1 through 3600, inclusive.

Integer

Yes

 

Element Description

OnOffTransitionConfiguration

Represents an on/off transition configuration.

The following code example shows the configuration of this element.

<OnOffTransitionConfiguration
  Id="OnOffTransitionConfiguration_Default_Boot"
  Name="OnOffTransitionConfiguration_Default_Boot"
  Type="On/Off - Boot">
  <PrepareSystem Value="true"/>
  <NumberOfRuns Value="3"/>
  <PostBootDelay Value="120"/>
  <WakeupDelay Value="60"/>
  <TransitionTag Value="Boot"/>
</OnOffTransitionConfiguration>

Other Resources

Elements

Show: