[Nut-upsdev] solis driver

Roberto Panerai Velloso rvelloso at gmail.com
Tue Jul 23 04:35:32 BST 2019


What happens when you run broken 'solis' binary in your terminal? Which
version/tag/branch are you trying to update to? Can you send the screen?


Em qui, 20 de jun de 2019 às 21:47, Silvino Benevides Magalhaes <
sbm2yk at gmail.com> escreveu:

> I use Centos 7.6.1810 in my server with nut-2.7.2-4.el7.x86_64 which
> contains
> Solis version 0.60 08/18/2005, my last version. My hardware related by
> upsc is
> Microsol Solis 1.5, the same used to develop the driver. It's an ancient
> nobreak,
> but i still works, by the way, an excellent hardware, using the third set
> of batteries.
> If you need more information, please let me know.
> Greeting,
> Silvino.
> Em qui, 20 de jun de 2019 às 08:11, Roberto Panerai Velloso <
> rvelloso at gmail.com> escreveu:
>> Hello everyone,
>> Maybe we should separate matters? Rollback to latest working version of
>> Solis driver and create a separate driver for the brazilian APC? I have the
>> decompiled Java source code from the official manufacturer's driver.
>> Also, I have found some bugs introduced in the Solis driver due to APC's
>> support, but had no time to fix it yet (although these bugs should not be
>> interfering with Solis hw, only APC's).
>> Silvino,
>> Can you confirm what is the latest working version for your hw? Thanks.
>> Best,
>> Roberto.
>> Em qui, 20 de jun de 2019 14:02, Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com>
>> escreveu:
>>> On Jun 19, 2019, at 11:56 AM, Silvino Benevides Magalhaes wrote:
>>> >
>>> > Unfortunately I do not use the latest versions of NUT, the driver I
>>> created, solis, was changed, not by me, and now does not work on my
>>> nobreak, which I used to create the driver.
>>> >
>>> > greetings
>>> >
>>> > Silvino B. Magalhaes
>>> Silvino,
>>> We have had several changes to solis over the years to add new models
>>> (especially after the APC acquisition), and we tried to make sure that the
>>> changes did not break support for other models. However, this is not easy,
>>> especially if we do not have an easy way to test the changes against all
>>> hardware (or emulate in software).
>>> Which versions of the driver worked for you, and which ones did not?
>>> Also, what value of SolisModel does your UPS return? I CC'd some of the
>>> other authors.
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