Commit b6afc6a2 authored by Hermann Mayer's avatar Hermann Mayer

[Docs][Dist] Documented the new timeout parameters and updated the dist…

[Docs][Dist] Documented the new timeout parameters and updated the dist avm-motion-trigger.conf. (See #11)
parent f401849f
......@@ -34,12 +34,22 @@ turn_device_off_after = 600;
# light is below the specified threshold
# 0 will disable the light sensor check
# light_sensor_thold = 500;
# If you set the turn_device_off_after parameter to 0 you probably want
# to build a toggle-by-motion setup. In this case it is advisable to specify
# a time range which prevent jitter triggering. So no action is performed
# for n seconds after a motion was detected. Defaults to 30 seconds.
# motion_sensor_locktime = 0;
# With this parameter you are able to enforce a sleeping interval (in seconds) if
# the current ambient light level is greater than the configured threshold.
# Defaults to 30 seconds.
# too_bright_timeout = 30;
# With this parameter you can control the time window between the first and the
# backup request (in seconds). 0 will disable this timeout. Defaults to 1 second.
# backup_action_timeout = 1;
# If even the backup request fails then we can't do much more about it. With this
# parameter you can put the daemon to sleep for a specified interval (in seconds).
# 0 will disable this timeout. Defaults to 30 seconds.
# failed_backup_action_timeout = 30;
#
# Sensor ports
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......@@ -139,6 +139,51 @@ This value is an
.IR "integer".
.IP "" 0
.IP "" 4
.B "too_bright_timeout"
.IP "" 8
With this parameter you are able to enforce a sleeping interval (in seconds) if
the current ambient light level is greater than the configured threshold. A
bright environment won't be dark in 10 milliseconds, so you could save power
and put the daemon to sleep for a while. No new motion will be detected while
this timeout. 0 will disable this timeout. Defaults to
.IR "30" " seconds."
This parameter is
.I ignored by
.BR "avmctl".
This value is an
.IR "integer".
.IP "" 0
.IP "" 4
.B "backup_action_timeout"
.IP "" 8
If an error occurs while performing an action on the configured actor, the
daemon always tries to rescue the situation with a so called backup request.
With this parameter you can control the time window between the first and the
backup request (in seconds). 0 will disable this timeout. Defaults to
.IR "1" " second."
This parameter is
.I ignored by
.BR "avmctl".
This value is an
.IR "integer".
.IP "" 0
.IP "" 4
.B "failed_backup_action_timeout"
.IP "" 8
If even the backup request fails then we can't do much more about it. With this
parameter you can put the daemon to sleep for a specified interval (in seconds).
0 will disable this timeout. Defaults to
.IR "30" " seconds."
This parameter is
.I ignored by
.BR "avmctl".
This value is an
.IR "integer".
.IP "" 0
.SS "Sensor ports"
.IP "" 4
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