[Nut-upsuser] MGE Ellipse 800 shutdown problems - using upsmon NOTIFYCMD
Arjen de Korte
nut+users at de-korte.org
Thu Oct 25 07:55:00 UTC 2007
>> Please upgrade to a more recent version first. I have to dig deep into
>> the old sources to help here, which is taking me too much time. If you
>> need more help, I suggest you first upgrade to at least nut-2.2.0.
> That mean I need to build from sources and somehow make it Debian
> compatible, using old version scripts - may be build my own packet (I
> never do it before exclude kernel). May be I can use package for testing
As far as I know, there are pre-build nut-2.2.0 packages available for
> Also I never use sudo - many sources agree that is unsecure.
So are unclean shutdowns. If you can't lower the load on your UPS (which
seems to be the root cause of your problems), it might be better than a
corrupt filesystem. Choose your poison.
> At last here is the upsc output:
> battery.charge: 86
If this is right after your system restarted, the UPS probably didn't
shutdown because of a low battery. Or the charge indicator should be
really way off the actual charge level. I'm not familiar with the Pulsar
Evolution UPS range, but on my Evolution 650 it gives a decent indication
of the charge remaining.
> battery.charge.low: 30
See here? The UPS won't signal a low battery until it reaches 30%
remaining capacity. If it nevertheless shutsdown automatically, this is
probably due to an overload or -temperature situation, or a crappy battery
or battery connection.
> battery.runtime: 1475
> driver.name: mge-shut
> driver.parameter.port: /dev/ttyS1
> driver.version: 2.0.4
> driver.version.internal: 0.66
> outlet.0.desc: Main Outlet
> outlet.0.id: 1
> outlet.0.switchable: 0
> outlet.1.autoswitch.charge.low: 0
> outlet.1.desc: PowerShare Outlet 1
> outlet.1.id: 2
> outlet.1.switch: 1
> outlet.1.switchable: 0
> output.voltage: 230
> ups.delay.shutdown: -1
> ups.delay.start: -1
> ups.load: 0
You have nothing connected to it? Or is it just reporting erronous values?
> ups.mfr: MGE UPS SYSTEMS
> ups.model: ellipse 800
> ups.power.nominal: 800
> ups.serial: unknown
> ups.status: OL CHRG
> This is a usual situation after shutdown and restore.
As I already expected, this is probably only a subset of what your UPS
supports. You really should upgrade to a more recent NUT version and the
'newmge-shut' driver (or 'usbhid-ups' if you have USB available).
Best regards, Arjen
Eindhoven - The Netherlands
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