[Nut-upsuser] Powerware 9155 with SNMP card

Bernd Markgraf Bernd.Markgraf at med.ovgu.de
Fri Aug 10 11:47:39 UTC 2007

On Fri, 2007-08-10 at 13:38 +0200, Kjell Claesson wrote:
> Hi Niels,
> Den Friday 10 August 2007 13.26.56 skrev Niels Baggesen:
> > On Thu, Aug 09, 2007 at 04:59:13PM +0200, Bernd Markgraf wrote:
> > > that's indeed not so good... the ietf mib reports them OL but misses some
> > > values. like the 3 input phases, temperature etc and gives me
> > > battery.runtime.low of 1 which i think is not that good either...
> >
> > Ooops, I really must bem in here. Long long time ago I have reworked
> > the snmp-ups to handle 3-phase for both IETF and PowerWare mibs, but
> > I never gor around to committing them. Actually I have used them in
> > production for more than a year now :-( (on a PW 9390 with SNMP card)
> >
> > On the other hand, I am off for three weeks of vacation starting sunday
> > so even it I could commit them to the trunk, I will not be around to
> > handle any horrors this may result in.
> >
> > So I see two options: either I commit it, and leave the rest of you
> > with sorting any problems out, or I just mail my patch to relevant
> > persons on this list ...
> I think you should commit to the trunk. In that way Bernd may test it
> and hopfully be tested on some other ups'es. And as you have used it in
> production for more than a year I think it's time for a commit.
yeah a commit would be cool, so i can fiddle around with your stuff and
what i found out so far (with a lot of help from arjen ;-))
right now the remaining question is the flaw about the input phase's
realpower value.

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