[Nut-upsuser] How verbose should NUT be by default?

Lee Damon lvd at uw.edu
Mon Jan 9 18:16:22 GMT 2023

My preference is to keep it the way it is because that's how existing
tooling (including those of us who use it) expects it to behave.


On Mon, Jan 9, 2023 at 9:16 AM Jim Klimov <jimklimov+nut at gmail.com> wrote:

>   It still leaves open the question of whether default runs of NUT
> programs - especially as services or shutdown hooks - should be that quiet
> (whether because C code is changed unconditionally, or conditionally with
> such an option or envvar, or by redirecting "noise" from scripts to
> /dev/null)?.. Say, for `upsmon -K` example, is it useful to know that
> "power down was NOT requested" and why (may be misconfig, e.g. flag file
> left on an unmounted filesystem) - or is it indeed useless noise for the
> dozens of "ordinary" reboots and shutdowns which happen not because of a
> power failure?
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