A device running UBOS can be thought of as always being in a particular state. The following diagram shows these as a state chart:
A UBOS device can either be in one of the following two major states:
- “Powered Off”, or
- “Powered On”.
When “Powered On”, initially it is:
- “Booting”, until the boot process is complete and it is in state
- While ubos-admin is running, the device is in “In Maintenance”.
Once ubos-admin completes, the device goes back to being “Operational”. The device can further be:
- “Shutting Down”, going back to “Powered Off”, or
- “Rebooting”, going back to “Operational”.
While it hopefully never happens, the device can also be in state:
If the device enters one of the states shown with a gray background, a state transition callback is performed as described next.
When UBOS transitions from one state to another, it invokes callbacks defined in /etc/state-callbacks. Callbacks are defined as follows:
- Each file in /etc/state-callbacks defines one callback
- Each callback file consists of a single line with the fully-qualified name of a Perl module with optional arguments that are passed-on verbatim, e.g. Some::Where::Callback a 17.
- The Perl class must have a subroutine called stateChanged, which will be invoked when the device state changes. Arguments to the subroutine are: * the name of the new state * the remaining arguments from the callback file So in this example, the invocation may be Some::Where::Callback::stateChanged( 'Operational', 'a', 17 );
The values for the states are the same as the gray-shaded states shown in the diagram, except that blanks are removed: Operational, InMaintenance, ShuttingDown, Rebooting and Error.
Mapping to LED colors¶
For devices that support this, the UBOS state is indicated by the following LED colors:
|Intel NUC 6 or 7 (x86_64 pc)||Powered Off||Power: red||Ring: off|
|Powered On||Operational||Power: blue||Ring: blue|
|In Maintenance||Ring: yellow|
|Booting, or Shutting Down||Ring: off|
|Intel NUC 10 (x86_64 pc)||Powered Off||Power: off||Disk: off|
|Powered On||Operational||Power: blue||Disk: off|
|In Maintenance||Disk: pulsing|
|Booting, or Shutting Down||Disk: off|
|Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 inside a Desktop Pi enclosure||Powered Off||Off|
|Powered On||Operational, or Error||On|
|Booting, or Shutting Down, or Rebooting||Brief blink, then On|
|ESPRESSObin with custom RGB LED (aarch64 espressobin)||Powered Off||Off|
|Booting, or Shutting Down, or Rebooting||Green|