This data is less, the following is using GPT. I hope I can help you.
1. For the APCBK650M2-CH model, install the APC UPS daemon(apcupsd) software package. You can install the package in a terminal using the following command:
2. Configure the APC UPS daemon process.
After installing the apcupsd package, you need to edit the configuration file of the daemon to ensure that it is suitable for your UPS power supply. Open the configuration file with the following command:
Then you need to make the following configuration changes:
Then add the following to the bottom of the file:
This shuts down your system when the UPS power level drops below 5% and starts the process 3 minutes later with a delay of 6 seconds to avoid an unexpected shutdown.
3. Restart the APC UPS daemon process and enable the startup.
Restart the APC UPS daemon using the following command:
Then, start the daemon using the following command:
4. Test the UPS power supply.
You can test the UPS power supply using the following command:
This will display information about the UPS power supply. You can also run the following command to check whether the UPS power supply is started:
You should see "Load is ON BATTERY" or a similar message indicating that the UPS power supply is in battery mode.
Hope this helps you successfully configure the APCBK650M2-CH UPS power supply in Debian OpenMediaVault.