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upsstats.cgi - Web-based UPS status viewer
As a CGI program, this should be invoked through your web server.
If you run it from the command line, it will either complain about
unauthorized access or spew a bunch of HTML at you.
upsstats.cgi uses template files to build web pages containing status
information from UPS hardware. It can repeat sections of those template
files to monitor several UPSes simultaneously, or focus on a single
These templates can also include references to upsimage.cgi(8) for
graphical displays of battery charge levels, voltage readings, and the
upsstats will only talk to upsd(8) servers that have been defined in
your hosts.conf(5). If it complains that "Access to that host is not
authorized", check that file first.
The web page that is displayed is actually a template containing
commands to upsstats which are replaced by status information. The
default file used for the overview is upsstats.html.
When monitoring a single UPS, the file displayed is
The format of these files, including the possible commands, is
documented in upsstats.html(5).
hosts.conf(5), upsstats.html(5), upsstats-single.html
The NUT (Network UPS Tools) home page: http://www.networkupstools.org/