[Nut-upsuser] Incorrect battery.runtime.low being reported?
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Tue Mar 8 17:54:52 UTC 2016
On Mon, Mar 7, 2016 at 9:00 PM, Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you stop and start the driver, it should refresh.
Hi Charles, thanks for the reply! Pardon the dead horse beating, but
I just want to clarify/confirm two things:
1) I did my full power down test (including powering down UPS and NAS,
and restarting them) after the change to 600s on the UPS. Shouldn't
this pass for restarting the driver, or do you mean that the driver
has to be separately restarted after every boot (or perhaps after
every on-UPS change)?
2) If I don't refresh NUT's cached value, so the UPS thinks 600 and
NUT thinks 120, which value will be honored if the power goes out? My
understanding is that the UPS self-reports its low battery status, so
it will report "OB LB" to NUT when it thinks there's 600s left. In
other words, the UPS value of 600s should "win."
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