[Nut-upsuser] ONLINE + LOWBATT shutdown
nomad at ee.washington.edu
Mon Mar 8 21:56:11 GMT 2021
There *may* have been a complicating factor. One of our other UPSs
(there are three in the set) *might* have been onbatt because it was
calibrating at the time. I don't think it was but I can't be sure.
However, that was a different UPS so it *shouldn't* have done anything.
On 3/8/21 1:42 PM, Manuel Wolfshant wrote:
> On 3/8/21 11:09 PM, Lee Damon via Nut-upsuser wrote:
>> Over the weekend one of three UPSs in our server room decided one of
>> it's new batteries was bad. I thought maybe the battery wasn't really
>> bad since I'd forgotten to tell the UPS to recalibrate.
>> I tried to get the UPS to recharge so I could get it to recalibrate
>> but at some point it flagged LOWBATT and even though it was on line
>> power NUT decided to shut down the world.
> this should not have happened because it's the standard situation when
> the battery is depleted and recharging
>> Needless to say, this was undesirable.
> right. it should not have happened
>> Is there any configuration change I can make to say "only shut down if
>> the UPS is reporting both ONBATT and LOWBATT"?
> as far as I can tell you have a different issue over there that needs
> investigation. as long as the UPS is on line power ( and the input
> voltage is within limits ), nut should not trigger a shutdown
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