Mikhail Goriachev wrote:
> Tuc at T-B-O-H wrote:
>>> Tuc at T-B-O-H wrote:
>>>>    The issue isn't with the upsmon or SHUTDOWNCMD... Its with the
>>>> fact that /etc/killpower gets set, and somewhere you need to put 
>>>> "upsdrvctl shutdown". Its during the "shutdown -p now" that at some point
>>>> needs to be run, and if its run in /etc/rc.shutdown then the shutdown isn't
>>>> finished and shutting it off at that point the filesystems are dirty.
>>> Oh, I see the dilemma now. In my case my box powers off but the UPS
>>> stays on till it drastically dies (if power is still unavailable).
>>> You're trying to shutdown both the system and the UPS, aren't you? 
>>      Exactly, yes.
>>> So
>>> then they can automatically come back up again when power returns.
>>      That what I want to do, yea.
>>      I think I'm finding that the UPS I bought (MGE Ellipse Pulsar)
>> isn't really a UPS, but a toy.  Now to decide if I give the next step up
>> (Evolution) a try or is it just wasting more money.
> I got an MGE Pulsar EXtreme C 3200. In current setup it lasts for hours.
> When deployed, my main objective was to shutdown the box, hence saving
> it from disasters. I never considered doing the same with the UPS. I
> guess it is time for me to finish the job.

How unlucky. I can't get my UPS to power off:

$/usr/local/libexec/nut/upsdrvctl shutdown
Network UPS Tools - UPS driver controller 2.0.3
Network UPS Tools - MGE UPS SYSTEMS/SHUT driver 0.65 (2.0.3)
Unable to get Report Descriptor
Driver failed to start (exit status=1)


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