[Nut-upsuser] Problems with NUT on Raspberry Pi

EP el.popans at t-online.de
Sat Oct 26 15:10:52 BST 2019

>> [Roger wrote:]
>>> By the way, do you have offdelay and ondelay values in your ups.conf ?
>> No, I haven’t. I just added. Should I add more lines here? 
>> maxretry = 3
>> [ups]
>>        driver = usbhid-ups
>>        port = auto
>>        desc = "CPS"
>>        pollinterval = 15

>Yes, ondelay and offdelay would go after the [ups] line.

>> BTW: I testet the ups with the Synology-NAS in the meantime, running the nas as UPS-Server. Same behavior as with the pi. Synology goes to safe mode, turns off the ups. After a second the ups starts up itself again without power >> on line.

> This sounds a lot like this issue, so beware that ondelay for CyberPower may not work as described in the generic usbhid-ups documentation:

> https://github.com/networkupstools/nut/issues/625

OK, thanks, I had a look into this. Does that mean I have to add a line "ondelay=0" and that should result in keeping the UPS off until the power returns? 

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