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Re: apcupsd



Well, it would be nice if the daemon would realize that power is
restored. I unplugged it for 15 seconds. A while later, the music on my
laptop puttered out. (mp3 via smb through this server as a wireless
bridge.) After hitting a key (from the halt), I heard my music start
back up. :)

Now I'm really gonna upgrade it. Lost my uptime (and tunes!)

Jul 11 02:16:32 remmus upsd[29899]: POWER DOWN
Jul 11 02:26:39 remmus upsd[29899]: system is going down

Thanks for all the replies!

lucas


> Well, I did a bit of testing. No info, but I did get this:
> 
> Jul 11 02:16:32 remmus upsd[29899]: POWER DOWN
> 
> This made me laugh for awhile. I'll try to update the port. Yes, it's
> a Back-UPS 350. ;/
> 
> lucas
> 
> 
> 
> On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 15:18:36-0600 Lucas Reddinger<list_(_at_)_wlwdesigns_(_dot_)_com>
> wrote:
> 
> > Which log does the information go to? Am I missing something?
> > 
> > I see this in /var/log/daemon, but no other info:
> > Jul 10 12:58:06 remmus upsd[29899]: daemon started
> > Jul 10 12:58:06 remmus upsd[29899]: device at /dev/tty00, time 600
> > 
> > It doesn't show power levels or _anything_ else?
> > 
> > remmus% uname -a
> > OpenBSD remmus.wingedleopard.net 3.3 REMMUS#0 i386
> > remmus% cat /etc/apc-upsd.conf
> > device /dev/tty00
> > startuptest     OFF
> > debugmode OFF
> > smartmode OFF
> > extendedsmart OFF
> > time 600
> > execute /sbin/halt
> > pidfile /var/run/upsd.pid
> > infotime 3600
> > 
> > tia,
> > lucas



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