[Nut-upsdev] bestfortress driver establishes/loses/establishes communication and so on...

Oliver Kluge ok23 at kluge-digital.de
Sat Jan 28 00:05:09 UTC 2012


unfortunately I could not build a new driver. So far I haven't used 
Subversion. I added it to my system and followed the instructions,

$ svn co svn://anonscm.debian.org/nut/trunk
$ cd trunk
$ ./autogen.sh
$ ./configure --sysconfdir=/etc/nut --with-statepath=/var/run/nut
--with-altpidpath=/var/run/nut --with-drvpath=/lib/nut
--with-pidpath=/var/run/nut --datadir=/usr/share/nut
--with-pkgconfig-dir=/usr/lib/pkgconfig --with-user=nut
$ make
$ sudo ./drivers/bestfortress -a fortress -DDDDD

but I just got this:

root at FSC:/home/okluge/devel/trunk# ./autogen.sh
Regenerating Augeas ups.conf lens...
Regenerating the USB helper files...
Calling autoreconf...
./autogen.sh: 35: autoreconf: not found

after that I cannot call ./configure because there is no such file.


Stuart D. Gathman wrote:
> Long ago, Nostradamus foresaw that on Jan 26, Arnaud Quette would write:
>> thanks for the log.
>> sadly, I don't see any "checksum corruption" in this 76 seconds run.
>> can you please let the driver run a bit more, so that I can see some
>> of these, and get an idea of the frequency and corruption level (if
>> any)?
> Scanning my logs, I see that the corruption happens about once every
> 2 days here on my home desktop.
> If the other (!) user of bestfortress is getting the corruption more often,
> he should get the log. I've got plenty of disk, and should be able
> to arrange to gather the necessary giant log, but it will take a while.
> It used to happen more often (several times a day) at the customer site
> where this UPS was previously installed (and replaced with a modern
> USB based model). So I suspect that the corruption is caused by
> interference on the serial cable.
> --
> Stuart D. Gathman <stuart at bmsi.com>
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