[Nut-upsuser] interrupt pipe disabled

Frantz de Germain frantz at info.univ-angers.fr
Tue Dec 16 14:45:59 UTC 2014

Le Tue, 16 Dec 2014 15:36:29 +0100
Frantz de Germain <frantz at info.univ-angers.fr> écrivait:

> Hello,
> I'm testing an APC SMT3000RMI2U connected to an USB port with Nut 2.7.2. I've
> got the message :
> "interrupt pipe disabled (add 'pollonly' flag to 'ups.conf' to get rid of this message)"
> I've been looking for "pollonly" in the usbhid-ups man page, but it didn't help
> me.
> Could someone explain me what does this means exactly ? What are these
> interrupts ? What exactly may not work ?

Bye the way I just realize that I can't retrieve the ups.load, among other
thing :-(

Frantz de Germain
Département Informatique UFR Sciences / DDN
Université d'Angers

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