[Nut-upsuser] interrupt pipe disabled

Kjell Claesson kjell.claesson at epost.tidanet.se
Tue Dec 16 16:27:18 UTC 2014

tisdagen den 16 december 2014 15.36.29 skrev  Frantz de Germain:
> Hello,
Hi Frantz,
> 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.

Only add pollonly to your ups.conf

        driver = usbhid-ups
        port = auto
        vendorid = xxxx

> Could someone explain me what does this means exactly ? What are these
> interrupts ? What exactly may not work ?
It depends on the implementation of the usb driver used. And it would not 
listen to the interrupt pipe. So actualy nothing works like it should.


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