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eko_taas 18th September 2011 11:53

UPS for ISPConfig server - special considerations
 
System:
- ISPConfig 3.0.3.3 ( as per "perfect server"-tutorial + Webmin & roundcube changes)
- Debian squeeze

Now I got (cheap) UPS and planned now to use with server1 (just to get rid of potential HD failures). For auto-shutdown I googled best option as "nut" and "nut-cgi"
http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/nut
http://blog.shadypixel.com/monitorin...-ubuntu-linux/

If someone has installed / learmed (hard way) already, I would appriciate your findings for both. I would assume that at least nut-cgi has to be in some www-client?

eko_taas 24th October 2011 22:15

Done and working just fine
 
Finally had some time to look into this.

Now Trust LCD 1300VA (via COM) and existing Server1 (Debian Squeeze / ISPConfig3 and Webmin working like a dream. (Webmin installed long time back as per older tutorial....
http://www.howtoforge.com/easy-round...debian-squeeze

nut core-part was installed/configurated as "standalone" as per earlier totorial link (if you use, look also comments as done for earlier verson...)

To answer my question about nut-cgi Google found for me easy way with webmin beta-module "nutd" (i.e. no need for www-client / site in ISPConfig)
http://www.webmin.com/cgi-bin/search...tegory=Cluster
http://www.mediafire.com/file/95742d...yd/nutd.wbm.gz

Perfect Server one step more perfect (for me) :rolleyes:

I'll assume that when done like this minimal security issues to consider....


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