nutups2_ - Plugin to monitor UPSes managed by NUT
Generally none needed.
If you have installed NUT at a non-standard location, then you can specify its location like:
[nutups2_*] env.upsc /some/location/bin/upsc
If upsc reports 'high' and 'low' values for some attribute, those will used as the critical range. Otherwise the following environment variables can be used to set the defaults for all fields:
You can also control individual fields like:
#%# family=auto #%# capabilities=autoconf suggest
The plugin supports reporting battery charge, UPS load, input/output frequencies/currents/voltages, apparent and real power output, humidity and temperature readings. Note however that different UPS models report different levels of detail; the plugin reports whatever information the NUT UPS driver (and in turn the UPS itself) provides.
Although the 'suggest' command will only offer UPSes for which the local host is the master, you can also monitor remote UPSes if you include the host name in the symlink, like:
nutups2_<upsname>@<hostname or address>_frequency
Gábor Gombás <email@example.com>
GPLv2 or later
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