Scott Tuc Ellentuch at T-B-O-H wrote:
>>>     I'm going by :
>>>     /usr/local/share/doc/nut/shutdown.txt
>>>     Subsection "How you set it up", item #2 :
>>> 2. Edit your shutdown scripts to check for the POWERDOWNFLAG so they
>>> know
>>>    when to power off the UPS.  You must check for this file, as you
>>> don't
>>>    want this to happen during normal shutdowns!
>>>    You can use upsdrvctl to start the shutdown process in your UPS 
>>>    hardware.  Use this script as an example, but change the paths to
>>>    suit your system:
>> My bad.  I did edit rc.shutdown on both a 5.4 and a 6.0 system with no
>> troubles.  The end of my file shows this:
>> # Inserted next 5 lines March 13, 2006 for UPS shutdown.
>> if (test -f /etc/killpower)
>> then
>> echo "Killing the power, bye!"
>> /usr/local/libexec/nut/upsdrvctl shutdown
>> fi
>> echo '.'
>> exit 0
>       But doesn't that immediately shut down your system causing it
> to need FSCK when it comes back up?


I got the following line in /usr/local/etc/nut/upsmon.conf:

SHUTDOWNCMD "/sbin/shutdown -p now"

As far as I'm concerned the system powers off cleanly without the need
of FSCK.


Mikhail Goriachev

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