[Nut-upsdev] 2.4.1 Voltages are Great for CP1000AVRLCD, but usbfs messages in logs (a lot)

David C. Rankin drankinatty at suddenlinkmail.com
Fri Mar 12 05:26:35 UTC 2010

On 03/11/2010 11:16 PM, David C. Rankin wrote:
> On 03/11/2010 10:38 PM, David C. Rankin wrote:
>> 	Just dropping a note on two points. First, Voltages are perfect in 2.4.1 for
>> the Cyberpower ups's. Glad to see I'm not pushing 20+ any more:
>> http://www.3111skyline.com/nut/
> Guys:
> 	This is strange. I have shutdown and restarted a couple of times since the
> first email and what is happening is that whatever box has nut started last gets
> the usbfs errors written to its logs?? 

[ smacks self...] seems we had unkilled upsmon processes that were causing the
usbfs problems. Killing all upsmon and upsd processes manually on the second box
and then restarting seems to have cured the problem

That leaves the "Login on UPS xxx failed - got [ERR ACCESS-DENIED]" as the only
remaining issue that looks bad in the logs:

> 	In a related matter, on the box that is started second (box 2), your get the
> follow errors issued once on startup:
> Mar 11 23:00:10 nirvana upsmon[7859]: Login on UPS
> [archangel_ups at archangel.3111skyline.com] failed - got [ERR ACCESS-DENIED]
> Mar 11 23:00:10 nirvana upsmon[7859]: Login on UPS [nirvana_ups at localhost]
> failed - got [ERR ACCESS-DENIED]
> What is it that nut is trying to log into and where can I change the
> permissions? This is on Arch Linux if it makes a difference and I compiled nut with:


> Let me know what else I can provide and I'll be happy to do it.

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