[Nut-upsdev] Proposed new documentation "Configuration Examples"

Tim Dawson tadawson at tpcsvc.com
Wed Jun 21 15:26:47 UTC 2017

My thought of #2 require none of that . . . I have a server with two supplies, and two UPS units. One supply is on each UPS, and clients are distributed otherwise to balance. The main thing is to ensure that it is documented accurately how to config so that the server only shuts down when the *second* unit hits low battery . . .  I found the info on this topic almost nonexistent at present . . .

- Tim

On June 21, 2017 4:38:53 AM CDT, Roger Price <roger at rogerprice.org> wrote:
>On Tue, 13 Jun 2017, Tim Dawson wrote:
>> Allow me to suggest a couple more sample configs: 1) Server as UPS 
>> controller with clients that are also on UPS, considering shutdown 
>> sequencing and
>It would be good to add this, but I lack the depth of understanding
>to write a tutorial.  For example I do not understand the "magic" of 
>shutdown sequencing.
>> 2) Multi power supply server with multiple UPS (with or without 
>> clients).
>A tutorial to cover this needs to talk about cabling, automatic
>switches, the management of possibly brutal phase shifting and other 
>electrical engineering problems as well as the nut configuration.  It's
>interesting subject, but well beyond my experience.
>If you would like to draft a chapter, I would be happy to include it. 
>simple ascii file with no formatting or markup is sufficient.
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