all of you know the problem. So how to do it better? I tried found a UPS server based on Docker, but not satisfied.
Sorry to go back to the basis, but is there any way that the USB cable/UPS port could be defect or maybe the USB port on the UPS could have been deactivated thru the UPS setup menu?. What model you said you got? Can you try with another UPS (of course everybody keeps a spare UPS in their closet just in case )
This is the view I get on the DS215j which has the UPS's USB cable connected. I've added the IP of the other NAS into the permitted list.the first problem is, that this UPS setup page from DSM 6.2.2 -24922 is gone for me:
This is what I would see on the DS218+ if I hadn't already selected Synology UPS Server. It doesn't have a directly connected USB UPS.now is just like this (what is better for independent UPS server), but I totally lost recognition of my UPS from NAS side:
I've now got three. The first died and I thought it couldn't be the official replacement battery that had deid so it must be the unit. I then ordered a direct replacement but it was taking ages to arrive so I ordered a different one (APC BX), planning to return whichever came second. I didn't. Eventually I was able to confirm that the APC replacement battery had died and a very reasonably priced Yuasa battery made it that I now have three working UPS.Of course. That’s the recommended practice. I keep one in my car too in case the battery goes flat, it kicks in
I ran into this a few days ago. Rebooted and all came back on. Just rechecked and the UPS is still recognized.Me too just lost my UPS config after my last reboot (also on 6.2.2-24922), at least that what's it says: "No UPS is connected"
#fakenewsI ran into this a few days ago. Rebooted and all came back on. Just rechecked and the UPS is still recognized.
Notably, there was a new update released (Update1) that had some UPS changes, but apparently, it was pulled.
After the 3 successive releases of v6.2.2-24922, each with the same build number, I'm getting concerned about coding quality.
Note: I heard that the reason for using the same build number was to "save face" over the inadequate quality of the first two releases. For all practical aspects, those no longer exist (or as our benefactors would allude... "they never did exist"). #culturalcollision