[Nut-upsdev] snmp-ups shutdowns

Charles Lepple clepple at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 13:21:18 UTC 2014

On Feb 27, 2014, at 7:07 AM, jimklimov at cos.ru wrote:

> This apparently implies that, unlike some docs say, the snmp-ups driver can send the shutdown signals (is not crippled by design)? ;)

We're working on it:


A quick check says that the implementation has been there since v2.6.4, and the documentation caught up after v2.7.1. Without a SNMP UPS to test against in-house, you can imagine that I am not inclined to arbitrarily change things there without user feedback :-)

I should point out that with GitHub, it is a little easier to propose documentation edits: just fork the NUT repository, and in your fork, click the "Edit" button, and create a pull request. Theoretically, you could do this all from your phone :-) The big advantage there is not having to download the entire repository for a small fix. The intent with the AsciiDoc conversion of the man pages was to make it easier to edit documentation without being a *roff expert.


> Also, are those oids apc-private or commonly used/standard among snmp upses? is the APC prefix - I don't think many UPSes use other vendors' prefixes.

Charles Lepple
clepple at gmail

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