[Nut-upsdev] (Tuncmatic returns FSD all the time)

cinowell cinowell at gmail.com
Fri Mar 20 18:16:06 UTC 2015


I am attaching debug logs. Hopefully it helps to fix this issue.

Thank you.

2015-03-17 22:43 GMT+00:00 hyouko at gmail.com <hyouko at gmail.com>:

> 2015-03-17 0:24 GMT+01:00 Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com>:
> > On Mar 16, 2015, at 12:26 PM, cinowell <cinowell at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> I've done all the steps. However FSD indication did NOT disappear. So
> it seems UPS always send the FSD flag.
> One thing more.
> Can you launch the driver with a debug level of 3 and then report back
> the log (gzipped) of the same procedure suggested by Charles (extended
> a bit as follows)?
> i.e.:
> 1) Power down, and disconnect the UPS USB cable from the computer.
> 2) Power up the computer attached to a different UPS or wall outlet
> 3) Turn the UPS on
> 4) Kill the upsmon process (this will prevent automatic shutdown)
> 5) Plug the UPS USB cable back in
> 5.1) Kill the blazer_usb process (if any) and issue (as root):
> blazer_usb -a ups -DDD >> /path/to/my/precious/log 2>&1
> (keep it running till the test is over - this is the log we are after)
> 6) Turn the UPS off
> 6.1) Turn the UPS on
> [Me too, I'm inclined to see it as a bogus value (in the old megatec
> driver there was the 'ignoreoff' option that dealed with it - although
> the value was mapped as an on/off status rather than the actual
> 'shutdown active'), but the 7th bit of the status byte should change
> only while the UPS is shutting down and then be back at its original
> value: if you turned off the UPS with a button (and this is likely as
> the UPS has a VID:PID of 0001:0000 and so, since no overridding
> 'subdriver' parameter is passed to the driver, it should use the
> 'krauler' subdriver, which doesn't implement the shutdown commands)
> and checked the upsc output only after the UPS had already turned off
> the load, then you wouldn't have noticed the change.]
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