[Nut-upsuser] Getting "Error: No such host" and [ERR ACCESS-DENIED]
clepple at gmail.com
Thu Sep 30 12:59:50 UTC 2010
On Sep 30, 2010, at 8:20 AM, Roger Price wrote:
> I'm using NUT 2.4.1 with openSUSE 11.2, my UPS is an MGE/Eaton
> Ellipse ASR 1500 USBS. The set-up is as described at http://rogerprice.org/NUT.html
> Since NUT uses TCP wrappers, I have the /etc/hosts.allow entry
> upsd : 10.0.0/24, localhost, LOCAL, 127.0.0.1 : ALLOW
> When I pull the plug from the wall to test my setup, I get the
> sequence of KDE notifications and finally a successful shutdown;
> just as one would expect from the configuration. :-)
> However I cannot access upsc
> rprice at glacon2:~> upsc -l
> rprice at glacon2:~> upsc -L `upsc -l`
> Error: No such host
The "-l" and "-L" options can be considered the "short" and "long"
versions of the "list UPSes" option (where the long version also shows
the description from ups.conf).
If I understand correctly, your second command line should be: upsc
`upsc -l` (although this won't work if you add a second UPS).
> and no log messages appear in /var/log/messages or /var/log/warn.
> On system startup I get the following messages in /var/log/messages
> usbhid-ups: Startup successful
> upsd: listening on 127.0.0.1 port 3493
> upsd: listening on ::1 port 3493
> upsd: Connected to UPS [Eaton-66781]: usbhid-ups-Eaton-66781
> upsd: Startup successful
> upsmon: Startup successful
> upsmon: Login on UPS [Eaton-66781 at localhost] failed - got
> [ERR ACCESS-DENIED]
Your upsd user and password in upsmon.conf (on the MONITOR line) need
to match an appropriately privileged user in upsd.users.
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