nut-recorder (8) - Linux Man Pages
nut-recorder: utility to record device status and values changes
nut-recorder - utility to record device status and values changes
nut-recorder is an utility to record sequences from running devices (such as power failures, or any other value changes) from upsd, and dump it in a .seq format.
The .seq file can then be used by the dummy-ups(8) driver to replay the sequence.
- Record the changes of this device. The format for this option is devname[@hostname[:port]]. The default hostname is "localhost".
- Optional. Data will be saved to this file. The default is dummy-device.seq.
- Optional. The status of the device will be checked every interval. The default is 5 seconds.
To record data from ups1 [at] host1 every 10 seconds:
$ nut-recorder ups1 [at] host1' ups1-output.seq 10 . . . battery.charge: 100.0 battery.voltage: 13.9 battery.voltage.nominal: 13.6 ups.status: OL . . . battery.charge: 90.0 ups.status: OB . . .
You can then define a dummy device in ups.conf(5):
[ups-test] driver = dummy-ups port = ups1-output.seq
The NUT (Network UPS Tools) home page: http://www.networkupstools.org/