[Nut-upsuser] Ups not shutting down
Arjen de Korte
nut+users at de-korte.org
Wed Jun 13 07:04:11 UTC 2007
>> I saw that nut runs a ups shutdown sequence before the server shuts
Yes. It looks like your UPS doesn't respond to that at all.
>> If i run upsdrvctl shutdown nothing happens. For a moment the link with
>> the ups is lost but after several seconds it connects again as if
>> nothing happened.
That is bad.
>> I tried with upscmd also but i still cannot shutdown the ups.
That is really bad. I just peeked in the sources and noticed that the
default for offdelay is zero (0). From other, unrelated UPSes, I know that
some require a non-zero argument here. You might try passing the
'offdelay' to the driver and set it to '1' for instance, to see if your
UPS powers off then.
Changes are that your UPS requires a special sequence to power down, one
that we currently don't know of. If software was provided with this UPS by
the manufacturer (most likely for Windows), you could try and sniff
whatever it is sending to reboot the UPS or shut it down. Portmon is your
If all else fails, your could use a method that is described in the FAQ.
After sending the 'upsdrvctl shutdown' command in the halt script, wait
for about 10 minutes and then reboot. If the UPS is really on battery,
this is probably sufficient to drain the batteries completely and make it
shutdown by itself. If the mains has returned in the mean time, it will
just reboot. This is a huge kludge though.
Best regards, Arjen
Eindhoven - The Netherlands
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