Jul 23 20:50:30 tommy-manjaro upsmon: UPS SMC1000T@localhost on battery
Jul 23 20:50:35 tommy-manjaro upsmon: UPS SMC1000T@localhost on line power
Jul 23 20:51:35 tommy-manjaro upsmon: UPS SMC1000T@localhost on battery
Jul 23 20:51:40 tommy-manjaro upsmon: UPS SMC1000T@localhost on line power
According to that, two times. I was in the kitchen, and thought one of the lights burned out for a second. The power might of only flickered in the living room.
Something I read, said Arch Linux is a security nightmare, and Manjaro might be worse.
Other UPS just flickered. Not the light or anything else. Both UPSes by my desk flickered. Why only the UPSes and not the light?
I was going to play ELEX, but maybe I should turn everything off, and unplug everything.
The weather might not be great outside. I don’t think the TV lost power either. Maybe the AC is being a dick.
Big flicker, light is going out. And everything else is losing power too. The outage map doesn’t say there’s any outage in my area.
If everything gets fried, it won’t matter if the dog comes home and destroys everything, everything will already be destroyed.
There might be lightning out there.
Outages on the South Hill. Wonder if my grandparents lost power.
Mom’s power is flickering too. There’s apparently a huge storm, I just heard it.
Good thing my computer’s UPS is pure sine wave, the power supply doesn’t like non pure sine wave UPSes. Is the Mac mini off? It’s not plugged into a UPS. The other two UPSes aren’t pure sine wave.
If it goes out long enough, my computer will turn itself off, that’s what Network UPS Tools is configured to do. Instead of letting the battery drain.
My power might be going out soon, there’s an area closer then the South Hill without power. I’m basically at the edge of it, they won’t be getting power restored till around 1 AM, the estimated time.