[Nut-upsuser] NUT not recognising Mini-box OpenUPS 2
songteck at gmail.com
Tue Aug 15 09:24:53 UTC 2017
Have managed to make some progress after a fashion. Got the unit to work on
the jessie version of NUT (2.7.2). upsc does output the unit parameters,
along with the mis-scaled voltage readings described at
http://networkupstools.org/ddl/Mini-Box.com/OpenUPS2.html. Am now trying to
get the shutdown sequence to work properly.
Have been following this:
Unit performs as described in the "Testing shutdowns" section.
I have another question that I am hoping to get some clarification with.
The ups unit does not transit into OB LB even when Battery Charge falls
below the LB level. The unit does initiate power off properly when Battery
Charge/Runtime reaches 0.
Is this correct? Or should there be an earlier transition and shutdown
triggered by OB LB?
I have also not been able to successfully get NOTIFYMSG or NOTIFYFLAG to
work successfully although I suspect that has to do with my configuration
of NOTIFYCMD. Will pursue that a little more.
On 4 August 2017 at 20:09, Song Teck <songteck at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Charles, Tim,
> Ah, thanks for bit about the dependencies. Would have thought them to be
> version specific.
> Tried with the client and server debs but it seems too many dependency
> differences between wheezy and jessie. I also tried upgrading from wheezy
> to jessie wholesale to see if that worked and it did solve nut but in the
> process broke something else that's more critical so I'll give the
> following another try:
> 1) try Tim's suggestion of searching for the "new" upsdrvctl or failing
> 2) uninstalling 2.6.5 and then installing 2.7.4 via tar
> On 3 August 2017 at 19:21, Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Aug 3, 2017, at 5:35 AM, Song Teck <songteck at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > That package is supposed to install both server and client (according
>> to the description at https://packages.debian.org/stretch/nut anyway).
>> I'll try both server and client individually later and see if that helps.
>> Right, but only if you install it via apt. If you install the 2.7.4 .deb
>> with dpkg, and you have the 2.6.4 nut-client and nut-server .debs
>> installed, the dependencies are satisfied. (The nut metapackage does not
>> depend on specific versions.)
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