[Nut-upsuser] [EXTERNAL] Re: Debian Bullseye Package

Brandon Wright skydive340 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 26 15:18:25 BST 2022

After working further I was able to get somewhere I think, or at least
narrow it down. It does seem that the polling interval is set decently for
the UPS at 10. This causes my devices monitoring for outages to not send
messages rapidly every 5 seconds or so.

However one of the tools I was using, the NUT CGI Webpage, every now and
then when it is refreshed will still show the on battery. Does the CGI Page
poll the device with every refresh? Wondering what the static refresh time
is on it, or if it can be set to automatically refresh every so often so
that a visual board can be used without polling too often.

Brandon Wright

On Wed, Jun 1, 2022 at 2:39 PM Zomaya, David <DavidZomaya at eaton.com> wrote:

> > I have a Tripplite UPS that is using the usbhid driver. However it keeps
> flipping back and forth between on battery and on line.
> Can you shoot me the SKU? Or the `lsusb -v` output?
> I think NUT's polling cycle is a little faster than some of the PowerAlert
> polling cycles (there are different PowerAlert products).
> Depending on your UPS, I may have some ideas.
> For context, I'm thinking something similar to the battery events I
> discussed with this user on Spiceworks:
> https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/2328371-weblx-card-not-logging-events-or-sending-alerts
> Thank you,
> David Zomaya
> Eaton Tripp Lite

Brandon Wright
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