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Using Powerchute in InfraStruxure Central 6.2

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Using Powerchute in InfraStruxure Central 6.2

This was originally posted on APC forums on 12/23/2011


We are using InfraStruxure Central (and ops) to control our APC Symetra UPS that powers/protects our server room. I'm trying to figure out how to use the PowerChute Network Shutdown Client via InfraStruxure to gracefully shutdown critical machines in the event of a power/AC failure. I've added a client but that's about all I can figure out. Can someone give me a walkthrough or guide? APC documentation is not as helpful as I would have hoped.

Thank you in advance.

Drew


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Re: Using Powerchute in InfraStruxure Central 6.2

This reply was originally posted by Chris on APC forums on 12/27/2011


Powerchute network shutdown is different than InfraStruxure Central. Powerchute is installed on the server/computer to shutdown the server/computer. When you install powerchute, it adds the machine to the client list. If you have further questions, it may be best to call tech support.

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Re: Using Powerchute in InfraStruxure Central 6.2

This reply was originally posted by Chris on APC forums on 12/27/2011


Powerchute network shutdown is different than InfraStruxure Central. Powerchute is installed on the server/computer to shutdown the server/computer. When you install powerchute, it adds the machine to the client list. If you have further questions, it may be best to call tech support.