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hardware:ups [2021/10/27 09:47]
Warren Hankey [Katherine]
hardware:ups [2022/04/22 09:26] (current)
Warren Hankey [Check Setup]
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 The NUT control software is installed at a few sites and can be used to directly control Cyberpower and UPSonic UPS.  The NUT control software is installed at a few sites and can be used to directly control Cyberpower and UPSonic UPS. 
  
-The main use at the moment is to power cycle the DBBC3s at both Mt. Pleasant and Katherine. +The main use at the moment is to power cycle the DBBC3s at both Mt. Pleasant and Katherine. 
 + 
 +====== Check Basic Setup====== 
 + 
 +  Ensure RfSwOnForS is turned ON at pduhb and ipske  for mixed mode observations AUM, AUA etc 
 +   
 +  Otherwise wide band mode is enabled, where symptoms include reported bad delays on IF'
  
 ====== Hobart12 ====== ====== Hobart12 ======
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 ====== Katherine ====== ====== Katherine ======
-To reboot DBBC3KE, use the following commands <code>ssh observer@flexbuffke+To reboot DBBC3KE, use the following commands <code>ssh observer@dell2ke
 su su
 upscmd  UPS-DBBC3 load.off upscmd  UPS-DBBC3 load.off
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 </code> </code>
 The upscmd will prompt for a username and password (admin and the root pw.) The upscmd will prompt for a username and password (admin and the root pw.)
-If you have error messages when running these commands, try killing any NUT processes (with ''pkill -9 nut'') and then restart with ''/etc/init.d/nut-server start''+ 
 +If you have error messages when running these commands, try killing any NUT processes (with ''pkill -9 nut'') and then restart with ''/etc/init.d/nut-server start'' . If that doesn't kill the running nut command, then restart the nut server with "/etc/init.d/nut-server restart"