[Nut-upsuser] Synology NAS is shutting down Ubuntu servers after very brief power outage (fwd)
wolfy at nobugconsulting.ro
Wed Aug 12 01:42:54 BST 2020
On 8/12/20 3:20 AM, Todd Benivegna wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Well, we lost power here again. I was not at home, but I guess a dump
> truck smashed into some power poles and took out half the city;
> actually tripped most of the breakers in the panel. Anyways, the
> power was out for just a few seconds and of course my servers shutdown
> on me after power being out for just a second or two. Here is my
> syslog from two different machines. I included everything just in case.
> “Proton": https://hastebin.com/uluqaqetuc.bash
> "Plex”: https://hastebin.com/apudatonun.sql
> Let me know what you think. I just tested everything over the weekend
> and it all worked perfectly; cut power and machines stayed up until it
> was time to shut them down (I temporarily configured them to shut down
> after 5 minutes so I didn’t have to wait for the entire battery to
> drain). I seriously at am a total loss. I guess HDD Hibernation was
> not the culprit either since I’m still getting the same results.
> Ugh. Thanks everyone for all your help so far!!!!!
Todd, you fight against some stupid stuff happening in the Synology NAS.
You will get your life back just setting one of the PIs as server and
letting the NAS (and the other 2 computers ) be its slave(s). nut works
perfectly fine on PIs for ages.
As a side note, I still believe that the NAS sends some stupid command
and that you will not see it unless you sniff the conversation.
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