So my Mac refuses to goto sleep because I'm running nfsd service (for work). I have verified this by typing pmset -g on cmd line. Here is my question.
- Without having to manually stop nfsd, Is there a way to make the auto sleep function on macOS to be more aggressive. I noticed if I manually goto the -> sleep or hit the shortcut to sleep, it's far more aggressive and goes through the process of shutting down all services and then sleeps.
Any other ideas on how I can get this Mac to auto sleep while running nfsd? Maybe a whitelist of services to ignore while preventing sleep.