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    NAME

    upsd - UPS information server
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

    upsd -h

    upsd -V

    upsd [-p port] [-t port] [-i interface] [-f] [-u user] [-c command]

     

    DESCRIPTION

    upsd is responsible for serving the data from the drivers to the clients. It listens on network ports and delivers the data from the state files or shared memory used by the drivers. It also conveys administration messages from the clients such as upsct2(8) or upscmd(8) back to the drivers.

    This program is essential, and must be running at all times to actually make any use out of the drivers and clients.

    Controls in the configuration files allow you to limit access to the server, but you should also use a firewall for extra protection. Client processes such as upsmon(8) trust upsd for status information about the UPS hardware, so keep it secure.

     

    OPTIONS

    -c command
    Send command to the background process as a signal. Valid commands are:
            reload - reread configuration files
            stop - stop process and exit
    

    -f
    Stay in the foreground for testing.

    -h
    Display the help text.

    -i interface
    Bind the listeners to the interface specified by its internet address. This may be useful in situations with internal and external interfaces on the same host.

    -p port
    Run the UDP and TCP listeners on that port. This overrides any value you may have set with 'configure --with-port'. If you don't change it with configure or this switch, upsd will listen on port 3305.

    -t port
    Run just the TCP listener on that port. If you want the TCP and UDP listeners on different ports for some reason, use -p, then follow it with -t.

    -u user
    Switch to user user after startup if started as root. This overrides whatever you may have compiled in with 'configure --with-user'.

    -V
    Display the version of the program.

     

    RELOADING

    upsd can reload its configuration files without shutting down the process if you send it a SIGHUP or start it again with '-c reload'. This only works if the background process is able to read those files. Since upsd gives up root after reading the files for the first time, this may not always be the case.

    If you think that upsd can't reload, check your syslogs for error messages. If it's complaining about not being able to read the files, then you need to adjust your system to make it possible. Either change the permissions on the files, or run upsd as another user that will be able to read them.

    DO NOT make your upsd.conf world-readable, as it contains passwords and some evil person could pretend to be your master upsmon and command your systems to shut down.

     

    DIAGNOSTICS

    upsd expects the model drivers to update their status regularly. By default, they must be refreshed every 15 seconds. After that, the UPS is declared "stale" and no more information will be provided to the clients.

    If upsd complains about staleness when you start it, then either your driver or configuration files are probably broken. Be sure that the driver is actually running, and that the UPS definition in ups.conf(5) is correct.

     

    FILES

    The general upsd configuration file is upsd.conf(5). The administrative functions like SET and INSTCMD for users are defined and controlled in upsd.users(5). UPS definitions are found in ups.conf(5).

     

    SEE ALSO

     

    Clients:

    upsc(8), upscmd(8), upsct(8), upsct2(8), upslog(8), upsmon(8)

     

    CGI programs:

    upsset.cgi, multimon.cgi, upsstats.cgi, upsimage.cgi

     

    Drivers:

    nutupsdrv(8), apcsmart(8), belkin(8), bestups(8), powercom(8)

     

    Internet resources:

    The NUT (Network UPS Tools) home page: http://www.exploits.org/nut/

    NUT mailing list archives and information: http://lists.exploits.org/


     

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    NAME
    SYNOPSIS
    DESCRIPTION
    OPTIONS
    RELOADING
    DIAGNOSTICS
    FILES
    SEE ALSO
    Clients:
    CGI programs:
    Drivers:
    Internet resources:


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