[Nut-upsuser] Setting ups.delay.shutdown in powerware 9135

Arnaud Quette aquette.dev at gmail.com
Fri Jan 20 15:15:27 UTC 2012

Hi Jorge,

2012/1/19 Jorge Infante <joluinfante at gmail.com>:
> Hi!
> I'm using nut to control a ups powerware 9135.
> All are working, but, in the shutdown, the ups don't poweroff.
> I did check with upsc, and I can't see a ups.delay.shutdown variable to set
> the time of automatic poweroff, when I did complete the shutdown of
> machines.
> Before, I did use a propietary program to work with this ups, and the daemon
> did poweroff the ups without problems.
> But, now, I have only a openfiler based machine, and the propietary program
> don't run (but, I did find nut to replace it).
> Can any help me?

sure, but I'll need some more information:
- which Openfiler version are you using?
- which NUT version and driver (or port of your UPS) are you using?
- any configuration files, and more specifically, upsmon.conf (trimmed
from passwords!),
- upsc/upsrw/upscmd outputs.

I would also need to see the system halt script (/etc/init.d/halt) or
equivalent on Openfiler, to see how the nut script gets called to
poweroff the UPS.
I've not been able to find the sources, so any pointer to it would be

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