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  1. It happened again, few times just now. Looks like there was no crashes. Here is logs julynas-diagnostics-20210714-1149.zip
  2. most likely he read this thread
  3. Yes, I did exactly this. I was expecting to do it once only thats why I made no scripts for that. I hope I'll not need to do it and plugin dev will release update, or plugin dev share his build steps. Anyway I'm with unRAID for a long time, and if it is really needed I can make automated updates for this plugin.
  4. It not written, you need to replace result binaries in the previous version of txz package.
  5. You need to use manual config only
  6. You need to find out those values for your ups default.battery.voltage.high = default.battery.voltage.low = default.battery.voltage.nominal =
  7. I think nut can't get those values from some UPS And driver calculate it by voltage, and if you calibrate nut and define high/low voltages it will show % and runtime left
  8. I tested and it survived reboot, also here is updated file with some fixes. How to install: 1) copy the attached file and replace it in the folder /boot/config/plugins/nut 2) reboot It will remain to be the same plugin, but with newer nut v2.7.4.1 for usb devices only. Once plugin dev update it officially, it will be upgraded natively nut-
  9. I think you need just copy the file 'nut-' attached in my message to folder /boot/config/plugins/nut And reboot server, it may use latest version of nut instead of old one. If it not works this way, replace existing nut-2.7.4... file in folder /boot/config/plugins/nut by my file and reboot
  10. I fixed it, maybe it is just enough to put the file to this folder /boot/config/plugins/nut Or replace existing one. Anyway if extracted to root, it starts working instantly. So everything is working fine with nut compiled from latest sources. There should be nothing that stops plugin dev to release an update. Here is a right commands to compile nut to run on unRAID: apt update && apt install ca-certificates freeipmi git libusb-dev autoconf automake make libtool python --no-install-recommends -y git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/networkupstools/nut.
  11. Actually latest compilation of nut is working. It is possible parsing problem in the plugin code, not nut itself In command line it works root@unRAID:/# upsc ups@ battery.voltage: 27.30 device.type: ups driver.flag.noscanlangid: enabled driver.flag.novendor: enabled driver.name: nutdrv_qx driver.parameter.langid_fix: 0x0409 driver.parameter.pollfreq: 30 driver.parameter.pollinterval: 2 driver.parameter.port: auto driver.parameter.productid: 0000 driver.parameter.protocol: hunnox driver.parameter.synchronous: no driver.parameter.vendorid: 0001 driver.version: driver.versi
  12. I built latest nut sources for unRAID with usb support only. Here is steps to build it on ubuntu/debian: apt update && apt install ca-certificates freeipmi git libusb-dev autoconf automake make libtool python --no-install-recommends -y git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/networkupstools/nut.git && cd nut ./autogen.sh ./configure --enable-strip --with-usb --datarootdir=/usr/share/nut --bindir=/usr/bin --sbindir=/usr/sbin --prefix=/ --sysconfdir=/etc/nut --libexecdir=/usr/libexec/nut --runstatedir=/var/run/nut --libdir=/usr/lib64 --with-drvpath=/usr/lib
  13. I see, it is Weblate docker and nut under another name. Thanks. I'll try to stop it and wait for another issue if happens. Anyway this docker state is 'Uptime: 7 days (healthy)' but I had this issue today.
  14. Also there is always free memory, I don't know what is the reason of 'out of memory' message.
  15. I don't have a nut docker, and nut is disabled in the settings. What is UWS?