[Nut-upsdev] usbhid-ups on OmniOS (Solaris 10 derivate)

Charles Lepple clepple at gmail.com
Fri Dec 19 13:23:50 UTC 2014


what version of Solaris or libusb required the interrupt pipe hack?

- Charles

On Dec 19, 2014, at 7:00 AM, Arnaud Quette <arnaud.quette at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Matej,
> I've cc'ed the developers mailing list for now...
> thanks for your report. Could you please send in some driver debug traces (starting it manually, using "usbhid-ups -DDDDD ...")?
> That would help in troubleshooting the issue.
> thx and cheers,
> Arno
> 2014-12-19 8:48 GMT+01:00 Matej Sekoranja <matej.sekoranja at gmail.com>:
> Update: driver is not stable. I am switching to apcupsd-ups driver.
> Matej
>> On 19 Dec 2014, at 01:21, Matej Sekoranja <matej.sekoranja at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I’ve recently installed OmniOS (running virtualized in VmWare ESXi with USB pass-through) and I got myself used APC SUA750I with USB port.
>> I’ve successfully installed NUT tools. All seemed to work fine…. however I got no change updates, e.g. if I disconnected AC there was no report about it via NUT.
>> Status was locked on OL, battery charge on 100% and so on… sometimes a value got updated, but this was very rare occasion (status was always OL).
>> System reboot helped to get recent values.
>> I’ve tried apcupsd and it worked flawlessly.
>> Then I wnt back to nut and I’ve noticed that interrupt processing is was disabled in NUT:
>> #if 1 //ndef SUN_LIBUSB
>> bool_t use_interrupt_pipe = TRUE;
>> #else
>> bool_t use_interrupt_pipe = FALSE;
>> #endif
>> A hack to a hack to enable it… fixed it. Now it works as it should.
>> It seems that SUN (well, Oracle) has fixed/updated their implementation… and requires IRQ to be processed.
>> Cheers,
>> Matej
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