[Nut-upsuser] reset "replace battery" flag

Lionel √Člie Mamane lionel at mamane.lu
Fri Sep 25 11:36:01 BST 2020

On Thu, Sep 24, 2020 at 06:51:23PM +0300, Manuel Wolfshant wrote:
> On 9/21/20 9:47 PM, Lionel √Člie Mamane wrote:

>> We have a HP R/T 3000 G4 UPS; according to the data returned by the
>> usbhid-ups driver, it seems to be a "badge engineered" Eaton 5PX
>> UPS LI R 3000.

>> We have a stubborn "Replace Battery" alarm that stays (...):

>> The panel doesn't show any battery-related alarm.

>> Anybody has a clue how I should proceed or debug the issue?

> try to run the driver in debug mode so that we can see what data is actually
> sent by the UPS

> #usbhid-ups -DDDD -u root -a $YourUpsName

> where $YourUpsName is the one you used in /etc/ups/ups.conf

> After a few seconds the output will start to repeat so ctrl-c and examine
> whatever was collected. and maybe zip it and send it to the list.

I attach the output. I looked for "replace" and "battery" in there,
and nothing obviously understandable to me in there; that is too raw
data, not sure what it means.

If anybody can make sense of it, thanks in advance!

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