[CentOS] apcupsd

m.roth at 5-cent.us m.roth at 5-cent.us
Fri Nov 9 13:52:54 UTC 2012


I wrote:
>Stephen Harris wrote:
>> On Tue, Nov 06, 2012 at 04:56:20PM -0500, m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote:
>>> Anyone else around using apcupsd? I seem to be seeing a problem, and I'd
>
<snip>
>> apccontrol isn't flagged as a config file in the rpm
<snip>
>> The script says
>
>> # WARNING: the apccontrol file will be overwritten every time you
update your
>> # apcupsd, doing `make install'. Your own customized scripts will _not_ be
>> # overwritten. If you wish to make changes to this file (discouraged), you
>> # should change apccontrol.sh.in and then rerun the configure process.
>
>> If you can't change apcupsd.conf config to meet your needs then _don't_
>> change apccontrol; add a custom script that does an "exit 99" to prevent
>> the shutdown from running.

> It looks like you're right... EXCEPT that you missed the part about
changing
> apccontrol.sh.in, which appears to me to be something you get if you build
<snipo>

Ok, finally had time to go back and read carefully. And then, with a
little googling, saw someone else's reaction as the same as mine:
apccontrol has a *lot* of options. Does this mean that I need to write a
script names poweroff so that it doesn't shut down, *and* have symlinks to
that from loadlimit, runlimit, doreboot, onbattery, failing, and timeout?

If so, that's ugly....

       mark



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