DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2007-04
Re: A great BSD-compatible UPS?
Thanks for informing about the "apcupsd", it seems
Anyone can recommend me some models for a home server
installation with a some low power machines and a few
powered ones (two classic UltraSPARC machines, a 64bit
X86 with more than four SATA2 HDD...)?
Do I need one UPS with SNMP if wanting to use the same
UPS for different machines? It can be used as a
watchdog for the connected machines?
I'm thinking to adquire some kind of expandible UPS
able to add more batteries for more VA (if exists),
because probably this will be quite expensive. I
lately readed a lot of documents about UPS but still
confused by the overload of products and very
--- Ben Cadieux <email@example.com> escribió:
> There's a port of "apcupsd" for bsd - I use it with
> a few APC UPSes at
> work --- seems to run well.
> On 3/30/07, Jose timofonic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Hello,
> > I'm going to buy an UPS due to electrical problems
> > my home. Some of my computer stuff was damaged by
> > electrical problems and now I'm planning to spend
> > money on a decent UPS solution. I would like to
> > about brands and models with great quality that
> can be
> > durable and really protecting and avoiding
> problems or
> > forced shutdowns.
> > I'm asking here because it seems the best way to
> > a BSD compatible one and practical opinions from
> > BSD gurus. I seen a lot of different models from a
> > of brands and not sure what to get, so some help
> > this could be great for me.
> > I will use it with a few computers, one of them
> > have a bunch of HDDs.
> > A friend asked me for a solution for two computer
> > he had recently a problem in his work and wants to
> > an UPS as soon as possible too. It seems
> > problems are more nightmares for computer than I
> > thinked.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > Best regards,
> > timofonic
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