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--- a/README	Mon Feb 15 11:24:36 2010 +0100
+++ b/README	Tue Feb 16 15:10:35 2010 +0100
@@ -4,15 +4,12 @@
 
 TODO:
     create a full xmlrpc interface (should i do???)
-    
-    add a graphical UPS Status panel (swf)
-    bugfix admin authentication!
     modify selftest to be checked in main loop (do not wait for completion after init test)
-    
-    invoke the shutdown script, when on battery
-	shutdown after x seconds
-	shutdown when <est runtime
-	shutdown when battery low
+
+some basic victron info:
+    http://svn.debian.org/wsvn/nut/trunk/drivers/
+    otherwise see my own hacks in ./sources/hacks
+
 
 requires:
     rrdtool
--- a/config.py	Mon Feb 15 11:24:36 2010 +0100
+++ b/config.py	Tue Feb 16 15:10:35 2010 +0100
@@ -1,15 +1,17 @@
 # MAIN SETTINGS
 NOTICE_EMAIL	= "neosoft@deimos"	# send any notices to this address (ups events)
+SENDMAIL 	= "/usr/sbin/sendmail"	# sendmail location
 
 # SHUTDOWN SETTINGS
-SHUTDOWN_DELAY	= 300			# seconds to be on battery before any action is done
+SHUTDOWN_DELAY	= 20			# seconds to be on battery before any action is done
+SHUTDOWN_POSTDELAY = 15		# After issuing shutdown command set UPS to auto-shutdown after POSTDELAY (minimum 60) seconds 
+					# (give enough time for system to do a proper shutdown)
+SHUTDOWN_BATTERYLEFT = 5		# override shutdown_delay when estimated runtime lower than x minutes
 SHUTDOWN_CMD	= "./shutdown.sh now"	# which command should be executed after shutdown delay?
-SHUTDOWN_POSTDELAY = 300		# After issuing shutdown command set UPS to auto-shutdown after POSTDELAY seconds 
-					# (give enough time for system to do a proper shutdown)
 
 # HTTP SERVER CONFIGURATION
 HTTP_ENABLED	= True
-HTTP_IP		= "0.0.0.0"
+HTTP_IP		= "0.0.0.0"		# http listen ip (0.0.0.0 = all interfaces)
 HTTP_PORT	= 500
 
 HTTP_AUTH_STATUS	= "access"	# password for status viewer (leave empty for free access)
@@ -24,6 +26,5 @@
 #-------------------------------------------------------------
 BATTERYVOLTAGE	= 13.8			# default battery voltage
 RRD_GRAPH_CMD	= "./update_graph.sh"	# script to update the RRD graphs
-LOG_DEBUG	= True			# enable all debugging output
+LOG_DEBUG	= False			# enable all debugging output
 LOG_INFOS	= True			# log general infos
-SENDMAIL 	= "/usr/sbin/sendmail"	# sendmail location
--- a/shutdown.sh	Mon Feb 15 11:24:36 2010 +0100
+++ b/shutdown.sh	Tue Feb 16 15:10:35 2010 +0100
@@ -1,14 +1,24 @@
 #!/bin/sh
 
 # check if we got parameter "now", then secure shutdown the system
-echo "Shutdown initiated...."
-exit
+if [ "$1" = "now" ]; then
+    echo "UPS System Shutdown initiated...."
+    # give another 5 seconds for mail being processed properly
+    sleep 5
+    # shut down any running virtual xen machines...
+    # get the list
+    XEN=`xm list | grep -v -E \(Name\|Domain\) | cut -d " " -f 1`
+    for VM in $XEN; do
+	echo "XEN DOMAIN SHUTDOWN: $VM"
+	xm shutdown $VM
+	sleep 1
+    done
 
-# give another 5 seconds for mail being processed properly
-sleep 5
+    # give a few secs to safely shutdown the vms
+    sleep 20
 
-# shut down any running virtual xen machines...
-
-
-# shutdown and halt the host system
-shutdown -h now
\ No newline at end of file
+    # shutdown and halt the host system
+    shutdown -h now
+else
+    echo "NO SHUTDOWN, GIVE CORRECT PARAMETER"
+fi
\ No newline at end of file
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/sources/hacks/VICTRON_PROTOCOL.txt	Tue Feb 16 15:10:35 2010 +0100
@@ -0,0 +1,83 @@
+Query	Answer	Meaning	
+-----------------------
+?	4.06	Protocol	
+vDM?	NetPro 600	Model	
+vCa?	1	Shutdown Type (1 = Output, 2 = System)	
+vCe?	1	Auto Restart (1 = On, 2 = Off)	
+vC0f?	NA	Modulslots aktivieren (1 = on, 2 = off)	
+vCb?	-1		
+vCc?	-1		
+vCd?	-1		
+vDS?	SN06A14/9723P005	SerialNo	
+vDV?	R5;0921-30;0995-00	Version	
+vDC	4.06	Protocol	
+vDm	Victron	Manufacturer	
+vIB	0	Bad Input counter	
+vI0f	500	Input Freq 0 (x10)	
+vI0U	221	Input Volt 0	
+vI0I	16	Input Current (x10)	
+vI0P	362	Input Power	
+vI0l	0	Vmin	
+vI0h	226	Vmax	
+vOs	3	Output Status	
+vOf	500	Output Freq	
+vO0U	229	Output Volt	
+vO0I	14	Output Current	
+vO0P	307	Output Power	
+vO0L	86	Output Load?	
+vBS	2	Battery Status	
+vBt	24	Batt Time (min)	
+vBC	100	Battery Capacity	
+vBU	269	Battery Volt (x10)	
+vBI0	0	Batt Current	
+vBT	28	Batt Temperature	
+vZa	156166764	UPS total runtime (seconds)	
+vP0U	222	Bypass Voltage	
+vP0I	0	Bypass Current	
+VP0P	0	Bypass Power	
+vAa	0	Event?	
+vCn?	1	Number Receptacles (Modulslots?)	
+			
+Query	Setting Answer	Meaning	
+-----------------------
+vFd	500	Output Frequency	50, 60
+vFc	230	Output Voltage	220, 230, 240
+vCC5424107!	vCC10000	???????	
+vZ2c?	15	NoLoad und Bypass BitMap (oder NA wenn nicht einstellbar)	xxx1LB1
+vFh?	2	Buzzer	1-3
+vFk?	140	Battery Capacity (A/h x10)	4-300
+vZ0d?	NA	Modem Number	NA oder Nummer
+vZz	OK	??	nur abfragen wenn vz0d != NA
+			
+Command	Answer	Meaning	
+-----------------------
+vC0fx!		Modulslots aktivieren (1 = on, 2 = off)	
+vCax!		Shutdown Type (1 = Output, 2 = System)	
+vCbx!		Shutdown Delay (seconds, -1=disable)	
+vCc0!		Immediate Start	
+vCcx!		X = Startup after x seconds	
+vCdx!		Reboot with Duration X (immediate off, startup delay)	
+vCex!		Auto Restart (1 = On, 2 = Off)	
+vTi2!	vTiX	Stop current Test	Return value = last test number
+vTi3!		General System Test	
+vTi4!		Quick Battery Test	
+vTr?	1 (=ok?)	Test Result	
+			
+			
+			
+			
+vAa Status	Desc		
+0	Normal		
+546	On Batt / Ac lost	Input+Bypass bad, On Battery	
+512	Ac Ok, On Batt		
+24576	USV Ausgeschaltet, AC vorhanden	UPS powered off	
+16384	Beim einscgakten		
+1	Change Battery		
+8388608	quick Battery test running		
+8388608	Ti3		
+			
+			
+			
+vBS Status	Desc		
+2	Normal		
+3	Depleted		
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/sources/hacks/status_bitmask.txt	Tue Feb 16 15:10:35 2010 +0100
@@ -0,0 +1,28 @@
+v------------------------- 23 Test running
+  v----------------------- 21 Waiting for shutdown
+         v---------------- 14 Stand-By
+          v--------------- 13 System off
+            v------------- 11 Shutdown active
+              v----------- 9  On Battery
+                v--------- 7  Overload
+                  v------- 5  ? Input / Bypass bad
+                     v---- 2  Low battery
+                      v--- 1  ? Input / Bypass bad
+                       v-- 0  Replace Battery
+000000000000000010000000
+000000000000001000000000 : Input ok, On Battery
+000000000000001000100010 : Input+Bypass bad, on Battery
+
+000000000110000000000000 : ups powered off
+000000000100000000000000 : beim einschalten ???
+100000000110000000000000 : power off, running general system test
+100000000010000000000000 : 
+100000000000000000000000 : Test running
+000000000000000000000001 : Change Battery
+
+001000000000000000000000 : progr system shutdown
+000000000010100000000000 : progr system off
+
+001000000000000000000000 : progr output shutdown
+000000000010100000000000 : progr output off
+
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/sources/hacks/victron_queries.txt	Tue Feb 16 15:10:35 2010 +0100
@@ -0,0 +1,72 @@
+Q:
+3F	0D	3F	0D	76	44	4D	3F	0D								?.?.vDM?.
+
+A:
+34	2E	30	36	0D	0A	34	2E	30	36	0D	0A	76	44	4D	4E	4.06..4.06..vDMN
+65	74	50	72	6F	20	36	30	30	0D	0A						etPro 600..
+
+---
+
+Q:
+76	43	61	3F	0D	76	43	65	3F	0D	76	43	30	66	3F	0D	vCa?.vCe?.vC0f?.
+76	43	62	3F	0D	76	43	63	3F	0D	76	43	64	3F	0D	76	vCb?.vCc?.vCd?.v
+44	4D	3F	0D	76	44	53	3F	0D	76	44	56	3F	0D	76	44	DM?.vDS?.vDV?.vD
+43	3F	0D	76	44	6D	3F	0D	76	49	42	3F	0D	76	49	30	C?.vDm?.vIB?.vI0
+66	3F	0D	76	49	30	66	3F	0D	76	49	30	55	3F	0D	76	f?.vI0f?.vI0U?.v
+49	30	49	3F	0D	76	49	30	50	3F	0D	76	49	30	6C	3F	I0I?.vI0P?.vI0l?
+0D	76	49	30	68	3F	0D	76	4F	73	3F	0D	76	4F	66	3F	.vI0h?.vOs?.vOf?
+0D	76	4F	30	55	3F	0D	76	4F	30	49	3F	0D	76	4F	30	.vO0U?.vO0I?.vO0
+50	3F	0D	76	4F	30	4C	3F	0D	76	42	53	3F	0D	76	42	P?.vO0L?.vBS?.vB
+74	3F	0D	76	42	43	3F	0D	76	42	55	3F	0D	76	42	49	t?.vBC?.vBU?.vBI
+3F	0D	76	42	54	3F	0D	76	5A	61	3F	0D	76	50	30	55	?.vBT?.vZa?.vP0U
+3F	0D	76	50	30	49	3F	0D	76	50	30	50	3F	0D	76	41	?.vP0I?.vP0P?.vA
+61	3F	0D	76	49	42	3F	0D	76	49	30	66	3F	0D	76	49	a?.vIB?.vI0f?.vI
+30	55	3F	0D													0U?.
+
+A:
+76	43	61	31	0D	0A	76	43	65	31	0D	0A	76	43	30	66	vCa1..vCe1..vC0f
+4E	41	0D	0A	76	43	62	2D	31	0D	0A	76	43	63	2D	31	NA..vCb-1..vCc-1
+0D	0A	76	43	64	2D	31	0D	0A	76	44	4D	4E	65	74	50	..vCd-1..vDMNetP
+72	6F	20	36	30	30	0D	0A	76	44	53	53	4E	30	36	41	ro 600..vDSSN06A
+31	34	2F	39	37	32	33	50	30	30	35	0D	0A	76	44	56	14/9723P005..vDV
+52	35	3B	30	39	32	31	2D	33	30	3B	30	39	39	35	2D	R5;0921-30;0995-
+30	30	0D	0A	76	44	43	34	2E	30	36	0D	0A	76	44	6D	00..vDC4.06..vDm
+56	69	63	74	72	6F	6E	0D	0A	76	49	42	30	0D	0A	76	Victron..vIB0..v
+49	30	66	35	30	30	0D	0A	76	49	30	66	35	30	30	0D	I0f500..vI0f500.
+0A	76	49	30	55	32	32	31	0D	0A	76	49	30	49	31	36	.vI0U221..vI0I16
+0D	0A	76	49	30	50	33	36	32	0D	0A	76	49	30	6C	30	..vI0P362..vI0l0
+0D	0A	76	49	30	68	32	32	36	0D	0A	76	4F	73	33	0D	..vI0h226..vOs3.
+0A	76	4F	66	35	30	30	0D	0A	76	4F	30	55	32	32	39	.vOf500..vO0U229
+0D	0A	76	4F	30	49	31	34	0D	0A	76	4F	30	50	33	30	..vO0I14..vO0P30
+37	0D	0A	76	4F	30	4C	38	36	0D	0A	76	42	53	32	0D	7..vO0L86..vBS2.
+0A	76	42	74	32	34	0D	0A	76	42	43	31	30	30	0D	0A	.vBt24..vBC100..
+76	42	55	32	36	39	0D	0A	76	42	49	30	0D	0A	76	42	vBU269..vBI0..vB
+54	32	38	0D	0A	76	5A	61	31	35	36	31	36	36	37	36	T28..vZa15616676
+34	0D	0A	76	50	30	55	32	32	32	0D	0A	76	50	30	49	4..vP0U222..vP0I
+30	0D	0A	76	50	30	50	30	0D	0A	76	41	61	30	0D	0A	0..vP0P0..vAa0..
+76	49	42	30	0D	0A	76	49	30	66	35	30	30	0D	0A	76	vIB0..vI0f500..v
+49	30	55	32	32	31	0D	0A									I0U221..
+
+---
+
+Q:
+76	46	64	3F	0D	76	46	63	3F	0D	76	43	43	35	34	32	vFd?.vFc?.vCC542
+34	31	30	37	21	0D	76	5A	32	63	3F	0D	76	46	68	3F	4107!.vZ2c?.vFh?
+0D	76	46	6B	3F	0D	76	5A	30	64	3F	0D	76	49	30	49	.vFk?.vZ0d?.vI0I
+3F	0D	76	49	30	50	3F	0D	76	49	30	6C	3F	0D	76	49	?.vI0P?.vI0l?.vI
+30	68	3F	0D	76	4F	73	3F	0D	76	4F	66	3F	0D	76	4F	0h?.vOs?.vOf?.vO
+30	55	3F	0D	76	4F	30	49	3F	0D	76	4F	30	50	3F	0D	0U?.vO0I?.vO0P?.
+76	4F	30	4C	3F	0D	76	42	53	3F	0D	76	42	74	3F	0D	vO0L?.vBS?.vBt?.
+
+A:
+76	46	64	35	30	30	0D	0A	76	46	63	32	33	30	0D	0A	vFd500..vFc230..
+76	43	43	31	30	30	30	30	0D	0A	76	5A	32	63	31	35	vCC10000..vZ2c15
+0D	0A	76	46	68	32	0D	0A	76	46	6B	31	34	30	0D	0A	..vFh2..vFk140..
+76	5A	30	64	4E	41	0D	0A	76	49	30	49	31	36	0D	0A	vZ0dNA..vI0I16..
+76	49	30	50	33	36	35	0D	0A	76	49	30	6C	32	31	39	vI0P365..vI0l219
+0D	0A	76	49	30	68	32	32	36	0D	0A	76	4F	73	33	0D	..vI0h226..vOs3.
+0A	76	4F	66	35	30	30	0D	0A	76	4F	30	55	32	32	39	.vOf500..vO0U229
+0D	0A	76	4F	30	49	31	35	0D	0A	76	4F	30	50	33	31	..vO0I15..vO0P31
+38	0D	0A	76	4F	30	4C	38	37	0D	0A	76	42	53	32	0D	8..vO0L87..vBS2.
+0A	76	42	74	32	34	0D	0A									.vBt24..
+
--- a/victrond.py	Mon Feb 15 11:24:36 2010 +0100
+++ b/victrond.py	Tue Feb 16 15:10:35 2010 +0100
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
 from tools import *
 from config import *
 
-VERSION = "0.7.2"
+VERSION = "0.7.3"
 
 class AuthException(Exception):
     def __init__(self, value):
@@ -26,6 +26,7 @@
 	self.Event = 0
 	self.EventStart = time.time()
 	self.lastEvent = 0
+	self.shutdownStart = 0 # timestamp for shutdown timer, 0 = no shutdown timed
 	self.ser = serial.Serial(dev,baudrate=1200,xonxoff=0, timeout=1)
 	self.query("")
 	if self.query("")==0:
@@ -85,7 +86,7 @@
 	
 	# check if we got a "!" char in response
 	if s2.find("!") > -1:
-	    print "UPS Attention received!"
+	    print "UPS Attention received, polling status!"
 	    self.attention = True
 	    time.sleep(0.5)
 	    # hopefully that we dont receive endless "!", we do a recursive call :)
@@ -562,6 +563,43 @@
 		if Event == 0:
 			self.attention = False
 
+		# check if we are on battery
+		msg = ""
+		if self.state["OB"]==True:
+		    if self.shutdownStart == 0:
+			# set the current timestamp to the shutdown timer
+			self.shutdownStart = ts
+		    else:
+			# check if shutdown time reached
+			if ((time.time()-self.shutdownStart) > SHUTDOWN_DELAY) | (self.state["LB"]==True) | (self.values["BTime"] <= SHUTDOWN_BATTERYLEFT):
+			    msg = "UPS was "+str(time.time()-self.shutdownStart)+ " seconds on battery, initiating system shutdown.\n"
+			# is battery low?
+			if (self.state["LB"]==True):
+			    msg = msg+"The battery is low, emergency shutdown initiated!\n"
+			if (self.values["BTime"] <= SHUTDOWN_BATTERYLEFT):
+			    msg = msg+"Estimated battery runtime is "+str(self.values["BTime"])+" minutes, overriding shutdowndelay\n"
+		else:
+		    # mains returned, were no longer running on batteries
+		    self.shutdownStart = 0
+		if msg != "":
+		    # now we start the system shutdown, msg contains the reason
+		    msg = msg + "Setting the UPS to auto-poweroff after "+str(SHUTDOWN_POSTDELAY)+" seconds.\n"
+		    print " "
+		    print "!AUTOMATIC SYSTEM SHUTDOWN!"
+		    print "---------------------------"
+		    print msg
+		    print " "
+		    mail_deliver (NOTICE_EMAIL, "SYSTEM SHUTDOWN ON POWER FAILURE", msg)
+		    time.sleep(1)
+		    # set the UPS to programmed shutdown
+		    self.query("vCc0",1)
+		    time.sleep(0.5)
+		    self.query("vCb"+str(SHUTDOWN_POSTDELAY),1)
+
+		    neo_exec(SHUTDOWN_CMD) # issue the system shutdown command
+		    self.quit = True
+
+
 		ts = time.time()
 		time.sleep(0.2)
 		if self.quit:
@@ -590,14 +628,13 @@
 		
 class victron_http(BaseHTTPRequestHandler):
     def	_authenticate(self,adminpass):
-	if (adminpass == "") & (HTTP_AUTH_STATUS == ""):
-	    # no auth required
-	    return None
-
 	if adminpass == "":
 	    pw = HTTP_AUTH_STATUS
 	else:
 	    pw = adminpass
+	if (pw == ""):
+	    # no auth required
+	    return None
 
 	auth = self.headers.get('authorization')
 	if (auth == None):
@@ -606,7 +643,9 @@
 	if (kind == 'Basic'):
 	    # try to authenticate
 	    (username, _, password) = b64decode(data).partition(':')
-	    if (pw != password) & (pw != HTTP_AUTH_SETTINGS): # master pw will always work!
+	    #print "http auth pw = "+password
+	    #print "required     = "+pw
+	    if (pw != password) & (password != HTTP_AUTH_SETTINGS): # master pw will always work!
 		raise AuthException('Authentication Required')
 	else:
 	    raise AuthException('Unsupported Authentication mechanism')
@@ -749,6 +788,10 @@
         self.server.serve_forever()
 
 rrd_check()
+
+if (SHUTDOWN_POSTDELAY < 60):
+    SHUTDOWN_POSTDELAY = 60
+
 try:
     if HTTP_ENABLED:
 	if HTTP_AUTH_SETTINGS == "":

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