[Nut-upsuser] Have an older Back-UPS Pro 1400(BP1400) can't get detailed info.
cptanpanic at gmail.com
Sat Aug 15 14:18:23 UTC 2009
I built the latest stable 2.4.1, and the same results. I am guessing it has
to do with not recognizing firmware version.
Here is the command line: Note this is using ubuntu
$ ps auxwww|grep apcsmart
nut 6078 0.0 0.0 1956 496 ? Ss 18:36 0:00
/lib/nut/apcsmart -a ups1
$ ./drivers/apcsmart -a ups1 -DDDD -u nut
Network UPS Tools - APC Smart protocol driver 2.00 (2.4.1)
APC command table version 2.0
debug level is '4'
Attempting firmware lookup
Not found in table - trying normal method
APC - Attempting to find command set
APC - Parsing out command set
UPS supports variable [ups.model]
UPS supports variable [input.quality]
UPS supports command [test.panel.start]
UPS supports variable [input.transfer.reason]
UPS supports command [shutdown.stayoff]
UPS supports command [shutdown.return]
UPS supports command [test.failure.start]
UPS supports command [test.battery.start]
UPS supports command [test.battery.stop]
UPS supports variable [ups.test.result]
UPS supports variable [ups.firmware]
UPS supports variable [ups.serial]
APC - UPS capabilities determined
Detected BACK-UPS PRO 1400 [QB0306221917] on /dev/ttyS0
dstate_init: sock /var/run/nut/apcsmart-ups1 open on fd 5
On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 6:40 PM, Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 5:33 PM, Brian Wagener<cptanpanic at gmail.com>
> > I just installed nut, and I it is detected but I don't get any usefull
> > information. I have the serial cable that came with it which is a
> > 940-0024C and I tried setting that in the driver, but no difference.
> > can I do to get stuff like battery voltage and such?
> > Thanks,
> > Brian
> > upsc ups1 at localhost
> > driver.name: apcsmart
> > driver.parameter.cable: 940-0024C
> > driver.parameter.pollinterval: 2
> > driver.parameter.port: /dev/ttyS0
> > driver.version: 2.2.1-
> > driver.version.internal: 1.99.8
> I would suggest upgrading to the latest source release (2.4.1, or even
> the SVN trunk) if possible - a lot of tables are hardcoded in that
> driver, and you may need to tweak the source code to get things right.
> At the very least, check how your OS/distro is starting NUT (ps
> auxwww|grep apcsmart) and re-run the command with a single "-D"
> parameter. The resulting debug output should give us an idea as to how
> it is detecting your UPS' capabilities.
> - Charles Lepple
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