10.8 (Mountain Lion)
"How To Fix Slow Wake Up Time On MacBook Pro With Retina" -- Note: Since a recent update (~December 2012) this affects other machines also.
Change standby delay to twelve hours with:
sudo pmset -a standbydelay 43200
(Note: If you copy and paste make sure it's a hyphen before the
(Update: This doesn't appear to have made any difference.)
sudo pmset -c autopoweroffdelay 43200(via). (Sets the undocumented power off delay to 12 hours, instead of the default 4, when on a charger.)
2013-02-05: Well, changing the
autopoweroffdelayvalue seems to work--I've not actually confirmed it entirely but from looking at the logs the hibernation happens 12 hours after the sleep. I've changed it to 24 hours with
sudo pmset -c autopoweroffdelay 86400because apparently sometimes there's more than 12 hours between wake and sleep when I use my computer. :D
This utility is no longer shipped with OS X.
An (somewhat) alternative is to view the USB section of the System Information tool.
Or, run this in a terminal (via "lsusb on OS X"):