George, If you have a 270, then you have all of the software necessary to power the system down prior to UPS failure. The only missing component might be a cable from your UPS to the AS/400. Properly configured with a UPS monitoring program and the appropriate system values, you will have a program that executes at the appropriate time. See the link below for more details. http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/v5r2/ic2924/info/rzahr/rzahrovrvwco .htm Once you have the program executing, you can send out an email message, wait a few seconds, then power the machine down properly. Regards, Andy Nolen-Parkhouse > On Behalf Of George Kinney > Subject: Email notification of utility failure? > > We've just spent the morning cleaning up after the second prolonged > utility > outage (during the weekend to boot) in the past month, and its got me > wondering. > > Can anyone recommend any software (OS400 or NT) that can provide > email/pager > notification of UPS events? > We don't need anything fancy, just one small 270 to babysit, and I'd > like it > (or one of the NT boxes, I'm impartial.) to contact me before it shuts > down > so I can come in and push the power button (or tell someone onsite to) > instead of getting woke up by angry users. > > Smaller and the cheaper are better.
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