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GARZIANO Anthony
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Bonjour !

suite à la mise àjour de mon gestionnaire d'onduleur nut le
contrÃŽle usb de mon onduleur MGE/Ellipse 500 usb ne fonctionne plus.
Le message est trÃs bref upsdrvctl failed.
Je joint mes fichiers de conf pour clarifier la situation de mon
systÚme.
Si quelqu'un avait une idÃe.

Cordialement àtous.
Anthony.


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[ellipse]
driver = usbhid-ups
desc = "Galois_ups"

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# Network UPS Tools: example upsd configuration file
#
# This file contains access control data, you should keep it secure.
#
# It should only be readable by the user that upsd becomes. See the FAQ.

# ==
# Access Control Lists (ACLs)
#
# ACL <name> <ipblock>
# ACL myhost 10.0.0.1/32
#
# ACCESS <action> <level> <aclname>
# ACCESS grant monitor myhost
#
# <level> can be one of:
#
# BASE - to only allow connections (perhaps for a service checker)
# MONITOR - allows connections allows access to UPS status data
#
# Use these to define blocks of addresses. See the upsd.conf(5) man page
# for more information.
#
# This default configuration allows localhost to monitor things and denies
# access to the rest of the world. To allow more, see the docs and
# change these lines.

ACL all 0.0.0.0/0
ACL localhost 127.0.0.1/32

ACCEPT localhost
REJECT all
# ==
# MAXAGE <seconds>
# MAXAGE 15
#
# This defaults to 15 seconds. After a UPS driver has stopped updating
# the data for this many seconds, upsd marks it stale and stops making
# that information available to clients. After all, the only thing worse
# than no data is bad data.
#
# You should only use this if your driver has difficulties keeping
# the data fresh within the normal 15 second interval. Watch the syslog
# for notifications from upsd about staleness.

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# Network UPS Tools: Example upsd.users
#
# This file sets the permissions for upsd - the UPS network daemon.
# Users are defined here, are given passwords, and their privileges are
# controlled here too. Since this file will contain passwords, keep it
# secure, with only enough permissions for upsd to read it.

# --

# Each user gets a section. To start a section, put the username in
# brackets on a line by itself. To set something for that user, specify
# it under that section heading. The username is case-sensitive, so
# admin and AdMiN are two different users.
#
# Possible settings:
#
# password: The user's password. This is case-sensitive.
#
# --
#
# allowfrom: ACL names that this user may connect from. ACLs are
# defined in upsd.conf.
#
# --
#
# actions: Let the user do certain things with upsd.
#
# Valid actions are:
#
# SET - change the value of certain variables in the UPS
# FSD - set the "forced shutdown" flag in the UPS
#
# --
#
# instcmds: Let the user initiate specific instant commands. Use "ALL"
# to grant all commands automatically. There are many possible
# commands, so use 'upscmd -l' to see what your hardware supports. Here
# are a few examples:
#
# test.panel.start - Start a front panel test
# test.battery.start - Start battery test
# test.battery.stop - Stop battery test
# calibrate.start - Start calibration
# calibrate.stop - Stop calibration
#
# --
#
# Example:
#
# [admin]
# password = mypass
# allowfrom = admworkstation admhome
# actions = SET
# instcmds = ALL
#

#
# Configuring for upsmon
#
# To add a user for your upsmon, use this example:
#
# [monuser]
# password = pass
# allowfrom = bigserver
#
# upsmon master (or upsmon slave)
#
# The matching MONITOR line in your upsmon.conf would look like this:
#
# MONITOR myups@myhost 1 monuser pass master (or slave)

[anthony]
password = *Ay20_gO03%
allowfrom = localhost
upsmon master

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GARZIANO Anthony a écrit :
Bonjour !

suite à la mise à jour de mon gestionnaire d'onduleur nut le
contrÃŽle usb de mon onduleur MGE/Ellipse 500 usb ne fonctionne plus.
Le message est trÃs bref upsdrvctl failed.



Quels versions de nut ?

Dans /usr/share/doc/nut/UPGRADING.gz on voit que usbhid-ups est apparu
avec la version 2.2.0, tu utilises donc probablement une version au
moins supérieure depuis un moment, mais autant en être sûr.

Enfin, tu peux augmenter le niveau de verbosité de upsdrvctl avec
l'option -D (cf. man upsdrvctl), ça permettrait probablement d'avoir un
peu plus d'informations.

Amicalement

David

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GARZIANO Anthony
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Bonjour !

voici plus d'info sur mon message d'erreur, je les ai trouvé par un
dmesg.
Désolé, je ne les avais pas vu plus tÎt, je ne pensais pas en trouver
là.

Merci.
Amicalement.
Anthony.


On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 03:01:16PM -0400, David Prévot wrote:
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GARZIANO Anthony a écrit :
> Bonjour !
>
> suite à la mise à jour de mon gestionnaire d'onduleur nut le
> contrÃŽle usb de mon onduleur MGE/Ellipse 500 usb ne fonctionne plus.
> Le message est trÃs bref upsdrvctl failed.

Quels versions de nut ?

Dans /usr/share/doc/nut/UPGRADING.gz on voit que usbhid-ups est apparu
avec la version 2.2.0, tu utilises donc probablement une version au
moins supérieure depuis un moment, mais autant en être sûr.

Enfin, tu peux augmenter le niveau de verbosité de upsdrvctl avec
l'option -D (cf. man upsdrvctl), ça permettrait probablement d'avoir un
peu plus d'informations.

Amicalement

David

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upsdrvctl[13917]: segfault at 0 rip f7ecef23 rsp ffb4dd64 error 4
upsdrvctl[13936]: segfault at 0 rip f7eb2f23 rsp fffbc9d4 error 4

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