[ircd-ratbox] Documentation

h3nt3r h3nt3r at gmx.com
Tue Feb 28 10:42:14 UTC 2012


Thanks,

I followed the guide and i cant get services to work, here is my error and conf files:
both are running on localhost, 127.0.0.1, access is done via a web irc client.

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2012/2/28 11.47 Connection to server irc.testnet.org/6667 activated
2012/2/28 11.47 Connection to server irc.testnet.org established
2012/2/28 11.47 Connection to server irc.testnet.org error: (Closing Link: 127.0.0.1 (Invalid servername.))
2012/2/28 11.52 Connection to server irc.testnet.org/6667 activated
2012/2/28 11.52 Connection to server irc.testnet.org established
2012/2/28 11.52 Connection to server irc.testnet.org error: (Closing Link: 127.0.0.1 (Invalid servername.))
2012/2/28 11.57 Connection to server irc.testnet.org/6667 activated
2012/2/28 11.57 Connection to server irc.testnet.org established
2012/2/28 11.57 Connection to server irc.testnet.org error: (Closing Link: 127.0.0.1 (Invalid servername.))
2012/2/28 12.02 Connection to server irc.testnet.org/6667 activated
2012/2/28 12.02 Connection to server irc.testnet.org established
2012/2/28 12.02 Connection to server irc.testnet.org error: (Closing Link: 127.0.0.1 (Invalid servername.))
2012/2/28 12.07 Connection to server irc.testnet.org/6667 activated
2012/2/28 12.07 Connection to server irc.testnet.org established
2012/2/28 12.07 Connection to server irc.testnet.org error: (Closing Link: 127.0.0.1 (Invalid servername.))
2012/2/28 12.12 Connection to server irc.testnet.org/6667 activated
2012/2/28 12.12 Connection to server irc.testnet.org established
2012/2/28 12.12 Connection to server irc.testnet.org error: (Closing Link: 127.0.0.1 (Invalid servername.))
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/* doc/example.conf - ircd-ratbox Example configuration file
 *
 * Copyright (C) 2000-2002 Hybrid Development Team
 * Copyright (C) 2002-2003 ircd-ratbox development team
 *
 * Written by ejb, wcampbel, db, leeh and others
 *
 * $Id: example.conf 23955 2007-05-14 17:22:36Z leeh $
 */

/* IMPORTANT NOTES:
 *
 * class {} blocks MUST be specified before anything that uses them.  That
 * means they must be defined before auth {} and before connect {}.
 *
 * auth {} blocks MUST be specified in order of precedence.  The first one
 * that matches a user will be used.  So place spoofs first, then specials,
 * then general access, then restricted.
 *
 * Both shell style (#) and C style comments are supported.
 *
 * Files may be included by either:
 *        .include "filename"
 *        .include <filename>
 *
 * Times/durations are written as:
 *        12 hours 30 minutes 1 second
 *
 * Valid units of time:
 *        month, week, day, hour, minute, second
 *
 * Valid units of size:
 *        megabyte/mbyte/mb, kilobyte/kbyte/kb, byte
 *
 * Sizes and times may be singular or plural.
 */

/* EFNET NOTE:
 *
 * This config file is NOT suitable for EFNet.  EFNet admins should use
 * example.efnet.conf
 */

 /* serverinfo {}:  Contains information about the server. (OLD M:) */
serverinfo {
	/* name: the name of our server */
	name = "irc.testnet.org";

	/* use ts6: whether we want to use the TS6 protocol to other servers
	 * or not.
	 */
	use_ts6 = yes;

	/* sid: the unique server id of our server.  This must be three
	 * characters long.  The first character must be a digit [0-9], the
	 * remaining two chars may be letters [A-Z] or digits [0-9].
	 *
	 * This must be specified even if use_ts6 is set to no.
	 */
	sid = "42X";

	/* description: the description of our server.  '[' and ']' may not
	 * be used here for compatibility with older servers.
	 */
	description = "ircd-ratbox test server";

	/* network info: the name and description of the network this server
	 * is on.  Shown in the 005 reply and used with serverhiding.
	 */
	network_name = "MyNet";
	network_desc = "This is My Network";

	/* hub: allow this server to act as a hub and have multiple servers
	 * connected to it.
	 */
	hub = no;

	/* vhost: the IP to bind to when we connect outward to ipv4 servers.
	 * This should be an ipv4 IP only.
	 */
	#vhost = "192.169.0.1";

	/* vhost6: the IP to bind to when we connect outward to ipv6 servers.
	 * This should be an ipv6 IP only.
	 */
	#vhost6 = "3ffe:80e8:546::2";

	/* default max clients: the default maximum number of clients
	 * allowed to connect.  This can be changed once ircd has started by
	 * issuing:
	 *   /quote set maxclients <limit>
	 */
	default_max_clients = 10000;
};

/* admin {}: contains admin information about the server. (OLD A:) */
admin {
	name = "Smurf target";
	description = "Main Server Administrator";
	email = "<syn at packets.r.us>";
};

/* log {}: contains information about logfiles. */
log {
	/* logfiles: the logfiles to use for specific activity.  if these
	 * paths are defined, then ircd will log to them, otherwise it wont.
	 *
	 * The confs are, in order:
	 * - userlog:    user exits
	 * - fuserlog:   failed user connections
	 * - operlog:    /oper usage
	 * - foperlog:   failed /oper usage
	 * - serverlog:  server connects/disconnects
	 * - glinelog:   glines
	 * - klinelog:   klines, etc
	 * - killlog:    kills
	 * - operspylog: operspy usage
	 * - ioerrorlog: IO errors
	 */
	fname_userlog = "/usr/local/ircd/loguserlog";
	#fname_fuserlog = "usr/local/ircd/logfuserlog";
	fname_operlog = "/urs/local/ircd/logoperlog";
	#fname_foperlog = "/var/ircd/logfoperlog";
	fname_serverlog = "/usr/local/ircd/logserverlog";
	fname_glinelog = "/usr/local/ircd/logglinelog";
	#fname_klinelog = "/usr/local/ircd/logklinelog";
	fname_killlog = "/usr/local/ircd/logkilllog";
	fname_operspylog = "/usr/local/ircd/logoperspylog";
	#fname_ioerrorlog = "/var/logioerror";
};

/* class {}: contain information about classes for users (OLD Y:) */
class "users" {
	/* class name must go above */

	/* ping time: how often a client must reply to a PING from the
	 * server before they are dropped.
	 */
	ping_time = 2 minutes;

	/* number per ident: the number of users per user at host networkwide
	 * allowed to connect.  Unidented connections are classified as
	 * the same ident.
	 */
	number_per_ident = 100;

	/* number per ip: the number of local users per host allowed */
	number_per_ip = 5000;

	/* number per ip global: the number of network wide connections
	 * per host allowed for a user, including connections to the
	 * local server.
	 */
	number_per_ip_global = 5000;

	/* cidr_bitlen:  Limits numbers of connections from a subnet size
	 * the following example makes the subnet /64 this is useful
	 * for IPv6 connections in particular
	 * Also note that the way ircd-ratbox is written if you have
	 * compiled support for IPv6, IPv4 cidr bitlens need to be modified
	 * Basically to get the approriate length add 96 to the IPv4 length
	 * For example for a /24 do 96+24 = 120
	 *
	 */
	cidr_bitlen = 64;

	/* number_per_cidr:  Number of connections to allow from a subnet of the
	 * size given in cidr_bitlen.  4 seems to be a good default to me.
	 */
	number_per_cidr = 500;

	/* max number: the maximum number of users allowed in this class */
	max_number = 100;

	/* sendq: the amount of data allowed in a clients queue before
	 * they are dropped.
	 */
	sendq = 100 kbytes;
};

class "restricted" {
	ping_time = 1 minute 30 seconds;
	number_per_ip = 100;
	max_number = 100;
	sendq = 60kb;
};

class "opers" {
	ping_time = 5 minutes;
	number_per_ip = 100;
	max_number = 100;
	sendq = 100kbytes;
};

class "server" {
	ping_time = 5 minutes;

	/* connectfreq: only used in server classes.  specifies the delay
	 * between autoconnecting to servers.
	 */
	connectfreq = 5 minutes;

	/* max number: the amount of servers to autoconnect to */
	max_number = 100;

	/* sendq: servers need a higher sendq as they send more data */
	sendq=2 megabytes;
};

/* listen {}: contain information about the ports ircd listens on (OLD P:) */
listen {
	/* port: the specific port to listen on.  if no host is specified
	 * before, it will listen on all available IPs.
	 *
	 * ports are seperated via a comma, a range may be specified using ".."
	 */

	/* port: listen on all available IPs, ports 5000 and 6665 to 6669 */
	port = 5000, 6665 .. 6669;

	/* host: set a specific IP/host the ports after the line will listen
	 * on.  This may be ipv4 or ipv6.
	 */
	host = "1.2.3.4";
	port = 7000, 7001;

	host = "3ffe:1234:a:b:c::d";
	port = 7002;
};

/* auth {}: allow users to connect to the ircd (OLD I:) */
auth {
	/* user: the user at host allowed to connect.  multiple IPv4/IPv6 user
	 * lines are permitted per auth block.
	 */
	user = "*@172.16.0.0/12";
	user = "*test at 123D:B567:*";

	/* password: an optional password that is required to use this block.
	 * By default this is not encrypted, specify the flag "encrypted" in
	 * flags = ...; below if it is.
	 */
	password = "letmein";

	/* spoof: fake the users user at host to be be this.  You may either
	 * specify a host or a user at host to spoof to.  This is free-form,
	 * just do everyone a favour and dont abuse it. (OLD I: = flag)
	 */
	spoof = "I.still.hate.packets";

	/* Possible flags in auth:
	 *
	 * encrypted                  | password is encrypted with mkpasswd
	 * spoof_notice               | give a notice when spoofing hosts
	 * exceed_limit (old > flag)  | allow user to exceed class user limits
	 * kline_exempt (old ^ flag)  | exempt this user from k/g/xlines
	 * gline_exempt (old _ flag)  | exempt this user from glines
	 * spambot_exempt             | exempt this user from spambot checks
	 * shide_exempt               | exempt this user from serverhiding
	 * jupe_exempt                | exempt this user from generating
	 *                              warnings joining juped channels
	 * resv_exempt                | exempt this user from resvs
	 * flood_exempt               | exempt this user from flood limits
	 *                                     USE WITH CAUTION.
	 * no_tilde     (old - flag)  | don't prefix ~ to username if no ident
	 * need_ident   (old + flag)  | require ident for user in this class
	 */
	flags = kline_exempt, exceed_limit;

	/* class: the class the user is placed in */
	class = "opers";
};

auth {
	/* redirect: the server and port to redirect a user to.  A user does
	 * not have to obey the redirection, the ircd just suggests to them
	 * an alternative server.
	 */
	redirserv = "irc.ircd-ratbox.org";
	redirport = 6667;

	user = "*.ircd-ratbox.org";

	/* class: a class is required even though it is not used */
	class = "users";
};

auth {
	user = "*@*";
	class = "users";
};

/* operator {}: defines ircd operators. (OLD O:)
 * ircd-ratbox no longer supports local operators, privileges are
 * controlled via flags.
 */
operator "god" {
	/* name: the name of the oper must go above */

	/* user: the user at host required for this operator.  CIDR *is*
	 * supported now.
	 * multiple user="" lines are supported.
	 */
	user = "*god@*";
	user = "*@127.0.0.1";

	/* password: the password required to oper.  Unless ~encrypted is
	 * contained in flags = ...; this will need to be encrypted using
	 * mkpasswd, MD5 is supported
	 */
	password = "etcnjl8juSU1E";

	/* rsa key: the public key for this oper when using Challenge.
	 * A password should not be defined when this is used, see
	 * doc/challenge.txt for more information.
	 */
	#rsa_public_key_file = "/etc/ircdoper.pub";

	/* umodes: the specific umodes this oper gets when they oper.
	 * If this is specified an oper will not be given oper_umodes
	 * These are described above oper_only_umodes in general {};
	 */
	#umodes = locops, servnotice, operwall, wallop;

	/* privileges: controls the activities and commands an oper is
	 * allowed to do on the server.  You may prefix an option with ~ to
	 * disable it, ie ~operwall
	 *
	 * Default flags are operwall, remoteban and encrypted.
	 *
	 * Available options:
	 *
	 * encrypted:    the password specified above is encrypted [DEFAULT]
	 * local_kill:   allows local users to be /KILL'd
	 * global_kill:  allows local and remote users to be
	 *               /KILL'd                           (OLD 'O' flag)
	 * remote:       allows remote SQUIT and CONNECT   (OLD 'R' flag)
	 * kline:        allows KILL, KLINE and DLINE      (OLD 'K' flag)
	 * unkline:      allows UNKLINE and UNDLINE        (OLD 'U' flag)
	 * gline:        allows GLINE                      (OLD 'G' flag)
	 * nick_changes: allows oper to see nickchanges    (OLD 'N' flag)
	 *               via usermode +n
	 * rehash:       allows oper to REHASH config      (OLD 'H' flag)
	 * die:          allows DIE and RESTART            (OLD 'D' flag)
	 * admin:        gives admin privileges.  admins
	 *               may (un)load modules and see the
	 *               real IPs of servers.
	 * hidden_admin: gives admin privileges except
	 *               will not have the admin lines in
	 *               stats p and whois.
	 * xline:        allows use of /quote xline/unxline
	 * operwall:     allows the oper to send operwalls [DEFAULT]
	 * oper_spy:     allows 'operspy' features to see through +s
	 *               channels etc. see /quote help operspy
	 * hidden_oper:  hides the oper from /stats p    (OLD UMODE +p)
	 * remoteban:    allows remote kline etc [DEFAULT]
	 */
	flags = global_kill, remote, kline, unkline, gline,
		die, rehash, admin, xline, operwall;
};

/* connect {}: controls servers we connect to (OLD C:, N:, H:, L:) */
connect "irc.uplink.com" {
	/* the name must go above */

	/* host: the host or IP to connect to.  If a hostname is used it
	 * must match the reverse dns of the server.
	 */
	host = "192.168.0.1";

	/* vhost: the host or IP to bind to for this connection.  If this
	 * is not specified, the default vhost (in serverinfo {}) is used.
	 */
	#vhost = "192.168.0.50";

	/* passwords: the passwords we send (OLD C:) and accept (OLD N:).
	 * The remote server will have these passwords reversed.
	 */
	send_password = "password";
	accept_password = "anotherpassword";

	/* port: the port to connect to this server on */
	port = 6666;

	/* hub mask: the mask of servers that this server may hub. Multiple
	 * entries are permitted
	 */
	hub_mask = "*";

	/* leaf mask: the mask of servers this server may not hub.  Multiple
	 * entries are permitted.  Useful for forbidding EU -> US -> EU routes.
	 */
	#leaf_mask = "*.uk";

	/* class: the class this server is in */
	class = "server";

	/* flags: controls special options for this server
	 * encrypted    - marks the accept_password as being crypt()'d
	 * autoconn     - automatically connect to this server
	 * compressed   - compress traffic via ziplinks
	 * topicburst   - burst topics between servers
	 */
	flags = compressed, topicburst;
};

connect "ipv6.some.server" {
	host = "3ffd:dead:beef::1";
	send_password = "password";
	accept_password = "password";
	port = 6666;

	/* aftype: controls whether the connection uses "ipv4" or "ipv6".
	 * Default is ipv4.
	 */
	aftype = ipv6;
	class = "server";
};

/* cluster {}; servers that we propagate things to automatically.
 * NOTE: This does NOT grant them privileges to apply anything locally,
 *       you must add a seperate shared block for that.  Clustering will
 *       only be done for actions by LOCAL opers, that arent directed
 *       remotely.
 */
cluster {
	/* name: the server to share with, this can be a wildcard and may be
	 * stacked.
	 */
	/* flags: list of what to share, all the name lines above this (up
	 * until another flags entry) will receive these flags.
	 *
	 *    kline   - share perm klines
	 *    tkline  - share temp klines
	 *    unkline - share unklines
	 *    locops  - share locops
	 *    xline   - share perm xlines
	 *    txline  - share temp xlines
	 *    unxline - share unxlines
	 *    resv    - share perm resvs
	 *    tresv   - share temp resvs
	 *    unresv  - share unresvs
	 *    all     - share all of the above
	 */

	/* share klines/unklines/xlines with *.lan */
	name = "*.lan";
	flags = kline, unkline, xline;

	/* share locops with irc.ircd-ratbox.org and ircd.ircd-ratbox.org */
	name = "irc.ircd-ratbox.org";
	name = "ircd.ircd-ratbox.org";
	flags = locops;
};

/* If you are using the ratbox-services compatibility code, uncomment this. */
/* service{}: privileged servers (services). These servers have extra
 * privileges such as setting login names on users and introducing clients
 * with umode +S (unkickable). This does not allow them to set bans, you
 * need a separate shared{} for that.
 * Do not place normal servers here.
 * There may be only one service{} block.
 */
service {
	/* name: the server name. These may be stacked. */
	name = "irc.testnet.org";
};

/* shared {}: users that are allowed to place remote bans on our server.
 * NOTE: These are ordered top down.  The first one the user at host and server
 *       matches will be used.  Their access will then be decided on that
 *       block and will not fall back to another block that matches.
 */
shared {
	/* oper: the user at host and server the user must be on to set klines.
	 * The first field must be a user at host, the second field is an
	 * optional server.  These may be stacked.
	 */
	/* flags: list of what to allow them to place, all the oper lines
	 * above this (up until another flags entry) will receive these
	 * flags.  This *must* be present.
	 *
	 *    kline   - allow setting perm/temp klines
	 *    tkline  - allow setting temp klines
	 *    unkline - allow removing klines
	 *    xline   - allow setting perm/temp xlines
	 *    txline  - allow setting temp xlines
	 *    unxline - allow removing xlines
	 *    resv    - allow setting perm/temp resvs
	 *    tresv   - allow setting temp resvs
	 *    unresv  - allow removing xlines
	 *    all     - allow oper/server to do all of above (not locops)
	 *    locops  - allow locops - only used for servers who cluster
	 *    none    - disallow everything
	 */

	/* allow flame@*.leeh.co.uk on server irc.ircd-ratbox.org and
	 * allow leeh@*.leeh.co.uk on server ircd.ircd-ratbox.org to kline
	 */
	oper = "flame@*.leeh.co.uk", "irc.ircd-ratbox.org";
	oper = "leeh@*.leeh.co.uk", "ircd.ircd-ratbox.org";
	flags = kline;

	/* you may forbid certain opers/servers from doing anything */
	oper = "irc at vanity.oper", "*";
	oper = "*@*", "irc.vanity.server";
	oper = "irc at another.vanity.oper", "bigger.vanity.server";
	flags = none;

	/* or allow everyone to place temp klines */
	oper = "*@*";
	flags = tkline;
};

/* exempt {}: IPs that are exempt from deny {} and Dlines. (OLD d:) */
exempt {
	ip = "192.168.0.0/16";

	/* these may be stacked */
	ip = "127.0.0.1";
	ip = "10.0.0.0/8";
};

/* The channel block contains options pertaining to channels */
channel {
	/* invex: Enable/disable channel mode +I, a n!u at h list of masks
	 * that can join a +i channel without an invite.
	 */
	use_invex = yes;

	/* except: Enable/disable channel mode +e, a n!u at h list of masks
	 * that can join a channel through a ban (+b).
	 */
	use_except = yes;

	/* knock: Allows users to request an invite to a channel that
	 * is locked somehow (+ikl).  If the channel is +p or you are banned
	 * the knock will not be sent.
	 */
	use_knock = yes;

	/* invite ops only: Restrict /invite to ops on channels, rather than
	 * allowing unopped users to invite people to a -i channel.
	 */
	invite_ops_only = yes;

	/* knock delay: The amount of time a user must wait between issuing
	 * the knock command.
	 */
	knock_delay = 5 minutes;

	/* knock channel delay: How often a knock to any specific channel
	 * is permitted, regardless of the user sending the knock.
	 */
	knock_delay_channel = 1 minute;

	/* max chans: The maximum number of channels a user can join/be on. */
	max_chans_per_user = 15;

	/* quiet on ban: stop banned people talking in channels. */
	quiet_on_ban = yes;

	/* max bans: maximum number of +b/e/I modes in a channel */
	max_bans = 25;

	/* splitcode: split users, split servers and either no join on split
	 * or no create on split must be enabled for split checking.
	 * splitmode will be entered on either split users or split servers
	 * dropping below the limit.
	 *
	 * you may force splitmode to be permanent by /quote set splitmode on
	 */

	/* split users: when the usercount is lower than this level, consider
	 * ourselves split.  this must be set for automatic splitmode
	 */
	default_split_user_count = 0;

	/* split servers: when the amount of servers that have acknowledged
	 * theyve finished bursting is lower than this, consider ourselves
	 * split.  this must be set for automatic splitmode
	 */
	default_split_server_count = 0;

	/* split: no create: disallow users creating channels on split */
	no_create_on_split = no;

	/* split: no join: disallow users joining channels at all on a split */
	no_join_on_split = no;

	/* burst topicwho: when bursting topics, also burst the topic setter */
	burst_topicwho = yes;
};


/* The serverhide block contains the options regarding serverhiding */
serverhide {
	/* flatten links: this option will show all servers in /links appear
	 * that they are linked to this current server
	 */
	flatten_links = no;

	/* links delay: how often to update the links file when it is
	 * flattened.
	 */
	links_delay = 5 minutes;

	/* hidden: hide this server from a /links output on servers that
	 * support it.  this allows hub servers to be hidden etc.
	 */
	hidden = no;

	/* disable hidden: prevent servers hiding themselves from a
	 * /links ouput.
	 */
	disable_hidden = no;
};

/* The general block contains many of the options that were once compiled
 * in options in config.h.  The general block is read at start time.
 */
general {
	/* hide error messages: defines whether error messages from
	 * servers are hidden or not.  These can sometimes contain IPs and
	 * can have an adverse effect on server ip hiding.  Set to:
	 *   yes:   hide from opers and admin
	 *   opers: hide from opers only
	 *   no:    do not hide error messages
	 */
	hide_error_messages = opers;

	/* hide spoof ips: hide the real ips of spoofed users */
	hide_spoof_ips = yes;

	/* default invisible: set clients +i on connect */
	default_invisible = no;

	/* default operstring: defines the default oper response
	 * in /whois queries, eg "is an IRC Operator"
	 */
	default_operstring = "is an IRC Operator";

	/* default adminstring: defines the default admin response
	 * in /whois queries, eg "is a Server Administrator"
	 */
	default_adminstring = "is a Server Administrator";

	/* tkline_expire_notices: give a notice to opers when a tkline
	 * expires
	 */
	tkline_expire_notices = no;

	/* floodcount: the default value of floodcount that is configurable
	 * via /quote set floodcount.  This is the amount of lines a user
	 * may send to any other user/channel in one second.
	 */
	default_floodcount = 10;

	/* disable fake channels: disable local users joining fake versions
	 * of channels, eg #foo^B^B.  Disables bold, mirc colour, reverse,
	 * underline and hard space.  (ASCII 2, 3, 22, 31, 160 respectively).
	 */
	disable_fake_channels = no;

	/* failed oper notice: send a notice to all opers on the server when
	 * someone tries to OPER and uses the wrong password, host or ident.
	 */
	failed_oper_notice = yes;

	/* dots in ident: the amount of '.' characters permitted in an ident
	 * reply before the user is rejected.
	 */
	dots_in_ident=2;

	/* dot in ipv6: ircd-hybrid-6.0 and earlier will disallow hosts
	 * without a '.' in them.  this will add one to the end.  only needed
	 * for older servers.
	 */
	dot_in_ip6_addr = no;

	/* min nonwildcard: the minimum non wildcard characters in k/d/g lines
	 * placed via the server.  klines hand placed are exempt from limits.
	 * wildcard chars: '.' '*' '?' '@'
	 */
	min_nonwildcard = 4;

	/* min nonwildcard simple: the minimum non wildcard characters in
	 * xlines/resvs placed via the server.
	 * wildcard chars: '*' '?'
	 */
	min_nonwildcard_simple = 3;

	/* max accept: maximum allowed /accept's for +g usermode */
	max_accept = 20;

	/* max monitor: the maximum amount of nicknames a client may have in
	 * their monitor (server-side notify) list.
	 */
	max_monitor = 100;

	/* nick flood: enable the nickflood control code */
	anti_nick_flood = yes;

	/* nick flood: the nick changes allowed in the specified period */
	max_nick_time = 20 seconds;
	max_nick_changes = 5;

	/* anti spam time: the minimum time a user must be connected before
	 * custom quit messages are allowed.
	 */
	anti_spam_exit_message_time = 5 minutes;

	/* ts delta: the time delta allowed between server clocks before
	 * a warning is given, or before the link is dropped.  all servers
	 * should run ntpdate/rdate to keep clocks in sync
	 */
	ts_warn_delta = 30 seconds;
	ts_max_delta = 5 minutes;

	/* client exit: prepend a users quit message with "Client exit: " */
	client_exit = yes;

	/* dline reason: show the user the dline reason when they connect
	 * and are dlined.
	 */
	dline_with_reason = yes;

	/* kline delay: delay the checking of klines until a specified time.
	 * Useful if large kline lists are applied often to prevent the
	 * server eating CPU.
	 */
	kline_delay = 0 seconds;

	/* kline reason: show the user the reason why they are k/d/glined
	 * on exit.  may give away who set k/dline when set via tcm.
	 */
	kline_with_reason = yes;

	/* kline reason: make the users quit message on channels this
	 * reason instead of the oper's reason.
	 */
	kline_reason = "Connection closed";

	/* non redundant klines: flag and ignore redundant klines */
	non_redundant_klines = yes;

	/* warn no nline: warn opers about servers that try to connect but
	 * we dont have a connect {} block for.  Twits with misconfigured
	 * servers can get really annoying with this enabled.
	 */
	warn_no_nline = yes;

	/* stats e disabled: disable stats e.  useful if server ips are
	 * exempted and you dont want them listing on irc.
	 */
	stats_e_disabled = no;

	/* stats c oper only: make stats c (connect {}) oper only */
	stats_c_oper_only=no;

	/* stats h oper only: make stats h (hub_mask/leaf_mask) oper only */
	stats_h_oper_only=no;

	/* stats y oper only: make stats y (class {}) oper only */
	stats_y_oper_only=no;

	/* stats o oper only: make stats o (opers) oper only */
	stats_o_oper_only=yes;

	/* stats P oper only: make stats P (ports) oper only
	 * NOTE: users doing stats P will never be given the ips that the
	 * server listens on, simply the ports.
	 */
	stats_P_oper_only=no;

	/* stats i oper only: make stats i (auth {}) oper only. set to:
	 *     yes:    show users no auth blocks, made oper only.
	 *     masked: show users first matching auth block
	 *     no:     show users all auth blocks.
	 */
	stats_i_oper_only=masked;

	/* stats k/K oper only: make stats k/K (klines) oper only.  set to:
	 *     yes:    show users no auth blocks, made oper only
	 *     masked: show users first matching auth block
	 *     no:     show users all auth blocks.
	 */
	stats_k_oper_only=masked;

	/* map oper only: make /map oper only */
	map_oper_only = no;

	/* operspy admin only: make operspy notices to +Z admin only */
	operspy_admin_only = no;

	/* caller id wait: time between notifying a +g user that somebody
	 * is messaging them.
	 */
	caller_id_wait = 1 minute;

	/* pace wait simple: time between use of less intensive commands
	 * (HELP, remote WHOIS, WHOWAS)
	 */
	pace_wait_simple = 1 second;

	/* pace wait: time between more intensive commands
	 * (ADMIN, INFO, LIST, LUSERS, MOTD, STATS, VERSION)
	 */
	pace_wait = 10 seconds;

	/* short motd: send clients a notice telling them to read the motd
	 * instead of forcing a motd to clients who may simply ignore it.
	 */
	short_motd = no;

	/* ping cookies: require clients to respond exactly to a ping command,
	 * can help block certain types of drones and FTP PASV mode spoofing.
	 */
	ping_cookie = no;

	/* connect timeout: sets how long we should wait for a connection
	 * request to succeed
	 */
	connect_timeout = 40 seconds;

	/* disable auth: disables identd checking */
	disable_auth = no;

	/* no oper flood: increase flood limits for opers. */
	no_oper_flood = yes;

	/* glines: enable glines, network wide temp klines */
	glines = yes;

	/* gline time: the amount of time a gline will remain before expiring */
	gline_time = 1 day;

	/* gline_min_cidr: If using a CIDR gline, the minimum length the
	 * mask must be
	 */
	gline_min_cidr = 16;

	/* idletime: the maximum amount of time a user may idle before
	 * they are disconnected
	 */
	idletime = 0;

	/* REMOVE ME.  The following line checks you've been reading. */

	/* max targets: the maximum amount of targets in a single
	 * PRIVMSG/NOTICE.  set to 999 NOT 0 for unlimited.
	 */
	max_targets = 999;

	/* client flood: maximum number of lines in a clients queue before
	 * they are dropped for flooding.
	 */
	client_flood = 20;

	/* use_whois_actually: send clients requesting a whois a numeric
	 * giving the real IP of non-spoofed clients to prevent DNS abuse.
	 */
	use_whois_actually = no;

	/* usermodes configurable: a list of usermodes for the options below
	 *
	 * +b - bots       - See bot and drone flooding notices
	 * +c - cconn      - Client connection/quit notices
	 * +C - cconnext   - Extended client connection/quit notices
	 * +d - debug      - See debugging notices
	 * +f - full       - See I: line full notices
	 * +g - callerid   - Server Side Ignore
	 * +i - invisible  - Not shown in NAMES or WHO unless you share a
	 *                   a channel
	 * +k - skill      - See server generated KILL messages
	 * +l - locops     - See LOCOPS messages
	 * +n - nchange    - See client nick changes
	 * +r - rej        - See rejected client notices
	 * +s - servnotice - See general server notices
	 * +u - unauth     - See unauthorised client notices
	 * +w - wallop     - See server generated WALLOPS
	 * +x - external   - See remote server connection and split notices
	 * +y - spy        - See LINKS, STATS, TRACE notices etc.
	 * +z - operwall   - See oper generated WALLOPS
	 * +Z - operspy    - See operspy notices
	 */

	/* oper only umodes: usermodes only opers may set */
	oper_only_umodes = bots, cconn, debug, full, skill, nchange,
		rej, spy, external, operwall, locops, unauth;

	/* oper umodes: default usermodes opers get when they /oper */
	oper_umodes = locops, servnotice, operwall, wallop;

	/* servlink path: path to 'servlink' program used by ircd to handle
	 * encrypted/compressed server <-> server links.
	 *
	 * only define if servlink is not in same directory as ircd itself.
	 */
	servlink_path = "/usr/bin/servlink";

	/* use egd: if your system does not have *random devices yet you
	 * want to use OpenSSL and encrypted links, enable this.  Beware -
	 * EGD is *very* CPU intensive when gathering data for its pool
	 */
	#use_egd = yes;

	/* egdpool path: path to EGD pool. Not necessary for OpenSSL >= 0.9.7
	 * which automatically finds the path.
	 */
	#egdpool_path = "/var/run/egd-pool";


	/* compression level: level of compression for compressed links between
	 * servers.
	 *
	 * values are between: 1 (least compression, fastest)
	 *                and: 9 (most compression, slowest).
	 */
	#compression_level = 6;

	/* burst_away: This enables bursting away messages to servers.
	 * With this disabled, we will only propogate AWAY messages
	 * as users send them, but never burst them.  Be warned though
	 * enabling this could increase the size of a burst significantly
	 * for a large network, like EFnet.
	 */
	burst_away = yes;

	/* reject time: the amount of rejections through klines/dlines etc
	 * allowed in the given time before the rejection is cached and
	 * a pseudo temp dline is placed
	 */
	reject_ban_time = 1 minute;
	reject_after_count = 3;

	/* reject duration: the amount of time to cache the rejection */
	reject_duration = 5 minutes;

	/* max_unknown_ip: maximum number of pending connections to the server
         * that are allowed per IP address
	 */
	max_unknown_ip = 50;
};

modules {
	/* module path: paths to search for modules specified below and
	 * in /modload.
	 */
	path = "/usr/share/ircd/modules";
	path = "/usr/share/ircd/modules/autoload";

	/* module: the name of a module to load on startup/rehash */
	#module = "some_module.so";
};






ratbox-services.conf:


# doc/example.conf - ratbox-services example configuration file
# Copyright (C) 2003-2007 Lee Hardy
# Copyright (C) 2003-2007 ircd-ratbox development team
#
# $Id: example.conf 26716 2010-01-03 18:30:48Z leeh $

/* serverinfo: contains services information */
serverinfo {
        /* name: the name of our services */
        name = "ratboxservices.testnet";

	/* sid: the unique server id of services.  This follows the same
	 * form as ircd, eg [0-9][A-Z0-9][A-Z0-9]
	 */
	sid = "36D";

        /* description: the description of our services */
        description = "ratbox services";

        /* vhost: default vhost to use for connections */
        vhost = "127.0.0.1";

	/* dcc vhost: default vhost to use for dcc connections.
	 * this must be set for /ctcp <service> chat to work.
	 */
	dcc_vhost = "127.0.0.1";

	/* dcc ports: specifies the portrange to use for inbound
	 * chat requests.
	 */
	dcc_low_port = 3000;
	dcc_high_port = 5000;

	/* reconnect time: time duration between reconnections to
	 * our uplinks.
	 */
	reconnect_time = 5 minutes;

	/* ping time: time duration to send PINGs after no data */
	ping_time = 5 minutes;

	/* ratbox: pure ircd-ratbox/hyb7 network */
	ratbox = yes;

	/* client flood settings: control how many commands an individual
	 * user may issue in the given time.  The limits work on a penalty
	 * points system, with between 1-3 points per command.  HELP has 
	 * a penalty of 2.
	 */
	/* client flood max: the maximum score a client may have before we
	 * stop parsing commands from them.
	 */
	client_flood_max = 20;

	/* client flood max ignore: the score at which we start ignoring a
	 * client.
	 */
	client_flood_max_ignore = 30;

	/* client flood ignore time: the duration for which we ignore a 
	 * client.
	 */
	client_flood_ignore_time = 5 minutes;

	/* client flood time: the length of time to keep the clients current
	 * flooding score for.
	 */
	client_flood_time = 1 minute;

	/* allow stats o: allow stats O requests to list opers.  This
	 * will only ever be allowed from ircops/services opers
	 */
	allow_stats_o = yes;

	/* allow sslonly: allow users to set +S (SSL only) channelmode
	 * through chanserv.  This affects chanserv only -- services will
	 * always parse and accept +S from the ircd.
	 *
	 * IMPORTANT: do not enable this, if it is not enabled on the ircd.
	 */
	allow_sslonly = no;

	/* default language: the default language to use when communicating
	 * with users.  If userserv is enabled, users may also pick their
	 * own language from the list.  Note, there is no error checking
	 * for whether this is a valid/available language.
	 *
	 * Available languages:
	 *   en		- English
	 */
	#default_language = "en";
};

/* database: contains database information
 * This will not be used with the sqlite backend.
 */
database {
	/* host: the host or ip address to connect to the database server */
	host = "127.0.0.1";

	/* name: the name of the database we are attaching to */
	name = "ratbox_services";

	/* username: the username we login to the database with */
	username = "rserv";

	/* password: the password we login to the database with */
	password = "something";
};

/* email settings: these settings configure how (if at all) we send email.
 *
 * IMPORTANT: sending emails carries with it a risk of exposing the
 * hidden ips of services servers -- your local mail server should
 * take whatever steps are necessary to avoid disclosing private
 * ips.  Ideally, this would involve relaying through another
 * (public) mail server which strips out originating headers.
 */
email {
	/* disable email: a master switch to disable sending of emails.
	 * This will prevent ratbox-services from ever sending emails, and
	 * will disable usage of commands that require emails.
	 */
	disable_email = yes;

	/* program: email will only ever be sent through a local program,
	 * this controls the program we call to do it.  This should 
	 * be a comma seperated list of quoted strings, starting with the
	 * email program instead and then optionally any arguments it takes.
	 */
	email_program = "/usr/sbin/sendmail", "-t";

	/* email name: the "name" of the user emails originate from */
	email_name = "services";

	/* email address: the address emails originate from */
	email_address = "services at example.com";

	/* email limits: these two options control the maximum number of
	 * emails we will send in a specified duration
	 */
	email_number = 15;
	email_duration = 1 minute;
};

/* admin: contains general admin information */
admin {
        name = "admin";
        description = "ratbox services";
        email = "<admin at services>";
};

/* connect: specifies a server to connect to, name of uplink
 *          is specified in quotation marks
 */
connect "irc.testnet.org" {
        /* host: the host to connect to */
        host = "127.0.0.1";

        /* vhost: optional vhost to use for this connection */
        # vhost = "10.0.0.2";

        /* password: the password to use */
        password = "pass";

        /* port: the port to connect on */
        port = 6667;

	/* autoconn: auto connect to this server.  default yes */
	autoconn = yes;
};

/* operator: specifies an oper who has extended access to services.
 *           The username is specified in quotation marks.
 */
operator "fooler" {
        /* user: specifies a user at host who may connect.
	 * multiple may be specified, wildcards are accepted.
         */
        user = "fooler at 127.0.0.1";

	/* you may also restrict the oper to a specific server, they will
	 * then only be able to connect when using that server.
	 */
	#user = "flame at 127.0.0.1", "irc.ircd-ratbox.org";

        /* password: the password to login */
        password = "pass";

        /* encrypted: specifies whether the above password has been
         * encrypted or not.  default: yes
         */
        #encrypted = no;

	/* flags: specifies what general privs an oper has
	 *   admin       - services admin, .die etc
	 *   dcc         - ability to dcc
	 *   route       - ability to route services to uplinks
	 */
	flags = admin, dcc, route;

	/* userserv flags:
	 *   admin	- all of the below
	 *   register	- access to register any username
	 *   suspend	- access to (un)suspend users
	 *   drop	- access to drop usernames
	 *   setpass	- access to reset passwords on accounts
	 *   setemail	- access to reset email addresses on accounts
	 *   oper	- all of the below
	 *   list	- access to list registered users
	 *   info	- access to extended username info
	 */
	userserv = admin;

	/* chanserv flags:
	 *   admin	- all of the below
	 *   register	- access to register any channel to any user
	 *   suspend	- access to (un)suspend channels
	 *   drop	- access to drop channel registrations
	 *   oper	- all of the below
	 *   list	- access to list registered chans
	 *   info	- access to extended channel info
	 */
	chanserv = admin;

	/* nickserv flags:
	 *  drop	- access to drop nickname registrations
	 */
	nickserv = drop;

	/* operserv flags:
	 *  maintain	- access to OPERSERV::DIE OPERSERV::REHASH and
	 *		  OPERSERV::DBSYNC
	 *  ignore	- control over services ignore list
	 *  admin	- all of the below
	 *  channel	- access to control the channels operserv is in
	 *  takeover	- access to OPERSERV::TAKEOVER
	 *  osmode	- access to OPERSERV::OSMODE
	 */
	operserv = admin;

	/* operbot flags:
	 *   channel	- access to control the channels operbot is in
	 */
	operbot = channel;

	/* global flags:
	 *   netmsg	- access to GLOBAL::NETMSG
	 *   welcome    - ability to modify welcome messages sent when a
	 *                user connects to irc
	 */
	global = netmsg, welcome;

	/* jupeserv flags:
	 *   jupe	- access to (un)jupe
	 */
	jupeserv = jupe;

	/* banserv flags:
	 *   kline	- access to set klines
	 *   xline	- access to set xlines
	 *   resv	- access to set resvs
	 *   perm	- access to set permanent bans
	 *   remove	- access to remove other opers bans
	 *   sync       - access to sync bans to a given server  Opers 
	 *		  can always sync bans to their own server.
	 *   regexp     - access to set regular expression matches
	 *                against connecting clients
	 *   nomax	- client is exempt from any limits on maximum
	 *		  matches to a ban
	 */
	banserv = kline, xline, resv, perm, remove, regexp, sync;
};

/* userserv - provides facilities to users for the registration of
 * usernames.  Required for channel registration.
 */
service "userserv" {
	/* nick: specify the nick of the service */
	nick = "USERSERV";

	/* username: specify the username of the service */
	username = "user";

	/* host: specify the host of the service */
	host = "services.int";

	/* realname: the real name field of the service */
	realname = "user registration service";

	/* flags: specifies options for this service
	 *   opered     - this service is opered
	 *   msg_self   - messages from this service come from its nickname,
	 *                rather than our servername
	 *   disabled   - this service is disabled
	 *   short_help - send an simple list of commands, rather than an
	 *                index containing brief documentation of each command
	 *   stealth    - service ignores any messages from normal users
	 *   		  who havent issued OLOGIN.  OLOGIN itself will 
	 *                always be accepted.  ircops are exempt.
	 *   login_help - requires normal users are logged in before HELP
	 *                can be used
	 *   wallop_adm - send server wallops when admin commands are used
	 *                jupeserv sends wallops even without this
	 *   require_shortcut - require commands to this service are sent
	 *                      using the command shortcuts (eg /chanserv)
	 */
	flags = opered, msg_self;

	/* loglevel: level to log at, 0 to disable logging
	 *   1 - Admin commands
	 *   2 - REGISTER
	 *   3 - SET, RESETPASS
	 *   4 - 
	 *   5 - LOGIN
	 */
	loglevel = 5;

	/* disable register: disables USERSERV::REGISTER for users */
	#disable_register = yes;

	/* register url: optional url to point users towards when
	 * disable_register is set above.
	 */
	#register_url = "http://whatever/";

	/* register limits: amount of user registrations to allow overall
	 * from all clients, in the given time
	 */
	register_time = 1 minute;
	register_amount = 5;

	/* host register limits: amount of user registrations to allow from
	 * a specific host, in the given time
	 */
	host_register_time = 1 day;
	host_register_amount = 2;

	/* register email: require an email address to register a username */
	register_email = no;

	/* register verify: ignore the password the user supplies when
	 * registering a username and email them a password instead.
	 */
	register_verify = no;

	/* expire times: these durations control how long usernames can be
	 * unused before they are expired.  Settings are for normal
	 * usernames, suspended usernames and unverified usernames.
	 */
	expire_time = 4 weeks;
	expire_suspended_time = 4 weeks;
	expire_unverified_time = 1 day;

	/* expiry bonuses: these allow you to grant extra expiry bonuses to
	 * usernames that have been registered for a given length of time,
	 * extending the length of time they can be unused before expiry.
	 */
	/* expire bonus regtime: start granting expiry bonuses once a
	 * username has been registered for this length of time
	 */
	expire_bonus_regtime = 2 months;

	/* expire bonus: grant an expiry bonus of a given duration, for
	 * every length of time a username has been registered, upto a
	 * maximum bonus of a given limit.
	 */
	expire_bonus = 1 day;
	expire_bonus_per_time = 2 weeks;
	expire_bonus_max = 4 weeks;

	/* allow set password: allow users to change their password */
	allow_set_password = yes;

	/* allow resetpass: allow users to request a reset of their
	 * password.  They will be sent an email containing a token, which
	 * they must then use to confirm the password reset.
	 */
	allow_resetpass = no;
	
	/* allow resetemail: allow users to request a reset of their
	 * email. This happens by two steps. They will be sent an email
	 * to their current email containing a token, which they must
	 * then use to confirm the email reset. Another mail is then
	 * sent to the new address to verify it's validity.
	 */
	allow_resetemail = no;

	/* resetpass_duration: the duration a USERSERV::RESETPASS request is
	 * kept around whilst waiting for confirmation.  Note: users can
	 * only have one request pending for confirmation.
	 */
	resetpass_duration = 1 day;
	
	/* resetemail_duration: the duration a USERSERV::RESETEMAIL request is
	 * kept around whilst waiting for confirmation.  Note: users can
	 * only have one request pending for confirmation.
	 */
	resetemail_duration = 1 day;

	/* reset regtime duration: duration a username must be registered for
	 * before they can use resetpass/resetemail commands on it
	 */
	reset_regtime_duration = 2 weeks;

	/* allow set email: allow users to change their email addy */
	allow_set_email = yes;

	/* max logins: maximum amount of clients who may be logged into a
	 * single username
	 */
	max_logins = 5;

	/* show suspend reasons: show suspend reasons to users (but not the
	 * admin who suspended the channel) 
	 */
	show_suspend_reasons = no;
};

/* chanserv - provides facilities for the registration of channels. */
service "chanserv" {
	nick = "CHANSERV";
	username = "chan";
	host = "services.int";
	realname = "channel registration service";
	flags = opered, login_help;

	/* loglevel: level to log at, 0 to disable logging
	 *   1 - Admin commands
	 *   2 - REGISTER
	 *   3 - LISTUSERS, DELOWNER
	 *   4 - CLEARMODES, CLEAROPS, CLEARALLOPS, CLEARBANS
	 *   5 - ADDUSER, DELUSER, MODUSER
	 *   6 - Everything.
	 */
	loglevel = 3;

	/* disable register: disables CHANSERV::REGISTER for users */
	#disable_register = yes;

	/* register limits: amount of user registrations to allow overall
	 * from all clients, in the given time
	 */
	register_time = 1 minute;
	register_amount = 5;

	/* host register limits: amount of user registrations to allow from
	 * a specific host, in the given time
	 */
	host_register_time = 1 day;
	host_register_amount = 4;

	/* expire times: these durations control how long channels can be
	 * unused before they are expired.  Settings are for normal
	 * channels and suspended channels
	 */
	expire_time = 4 weeks;
	expire_suspended_time = 4 weeks;

	/* max bans: maximum amount of bans a channel may have */
	max_bans = 50;

	/* expireban frequency: how often to run the expiry of channel
	 * bans.  It is advised this is not set lower than 5 minutes, as the
	 * expiry code is quite cpu intensive.  This value is also only
	 * used on startup and is not changed on rehash.
	 */
	expireban_frequency = 15 minutes;

	/* enforcetopic frequency: how often to reset topics on channels to
	 * that stored within chanserv.
	 */
	enforcetopic_frequency = 1 hour;

	/* autojoin empty: honour autojoin flags for empty channels.  With
	 * this off (as is default) chanserv will instead automatically 
	 * remove itself from channels where its the only member, except when
	 * it needs to enforce bans etc.
	 *
	 * Enabling this can lead to lots of channels where chanserv is the
	 * only person in there.
	 */
	autojoin_empty = no;

	/* email delowner: require users removing themselves as owner of a
	 * channel to confirm the action using a token sent through email
	 */
	email_delowner = no;

	/* delowner duration: if email_delowner is enabled, the duration the
	 * tokens last.
	 */
	delowner_duration = 1 day;

	/* show suspend reasons: show suspend reasons to users (but not the
	 * admin who suspended the channel) 
	 */
	show_suspend_reasons = no;
};

/* nickserv - provides nickname registration.  These require a username
 * registration.
 */
service "nickserv" {
	nick = "NICKSERV";
	username = "nick";
	host = "services.int";
	realname = "nickname services";

	/* disabled by default */
	flags = opered, msg_self, disabled;

	/* loglevel: level to log at, 0 to disable logging
	 *   1 - Admin commands
	 *   2 - REGISTER
	 *   3 - DROP
	 *   4 -
	 *   5 - INFO
	 */
	loglevel = 3;

	/* max nicks: maximum nicknames a user may register */
	max_nicks = 2;

	/* allow set warn: enable NICKSERV::SET::WARN, which allows users to
	 * set nickname warnings on their nicknames, simple notices which
	 * tell users the nickname is registered.
	 */
	allow_set_warn = yes;

	/* warn string: string give to clients when they use a registered
	 * nickname.
	 */
	warn_string = "This nickname is registered, you may be disconnected if a user regains this nickname.";
};

/* operserv - provides facilities for issuing modes and takeovers */
service "operserv" {
	nick = "OPERSERV";
	username = "oper";
	host = "services.int";
	realname = "oper services";
	flags = opered, msg_self, stealth, wallop_adm;

	/* loglevel: level to log at, 0 to disable logging
	 *   1 - Admin commands
	 *   2 - DBSYNC, LISTOPERS
	 */
	loglevel = 1;

	/* allow die: allow OPERSERV::DIE over irc */
	allow_die = yes;
};

/* jupeserv - provides opers and admins the ability to jupe servers
 * preventing them from connecting to the network.
 */
service "jupeserv" {
	nick = "JUPESERV";
	username = "jupe";
	host = "services.int";
	realname = "server jupe service";
	flags = opered, msg_self, stealth;

	/* loglevel: level to log at, 0 to disable logging
	 *   1 - Admin commands
	 *   2 - CALLJUPE/CALLUNJUPE
	 *   3 - PENDING
	 */
	loglevel = 2;

	/* merge into operserv: merge all of this services commands into the
	 * operserv service.  This option is only used when ratbox-services
	 * starts.
	 *
	 * Note: If this service is merged into operserv, it will follow the
	 * service flags and loglevel from operserv.
	 */
	merge_into_operserv = no;

	/* oper jupe options.  The following options control jupes/unjupes
	 * which can be initiated by any oper, without needing special
	 * services access.
	 */
	/* oper score: the score an oper contributes towards a jupe/unjupe.
	 * Set to 0 to disallow regular opers calling jupes/unjupes.
	 */
	oper_score = 3;

	/* jupe score: the score needed to trigger a jupe.
	 * Set to 0 to disallow regular opers calling jupes.
	 */
	jupe_score = 15;

	/* unjupe score: the score needed to trigger an unjupe.
	 * Set to 0 to disallow regular opers calling unjupes.
	 */
	unjupe_score = 15;

	/* pending time: how long pending jupes/unjupes last whilst
	 * untriggered.
	 */
	pending_time = 30 minutes;
};

/* operbot - a bot which will invite/op ircops in the set channels.   Useful
 * for oper only channels etc.
 */
service "operbot" {
	nick = "operbot";
	username = "operbot";
	host = "services.int";
	realname = "oper op/invite services";
	flags = opered, msg_self, stealth;

	/* loglevel: level to log at, 0 to disable logging
	 *   1 - Admin commands
	 */
	loglevel = 1;
};

/* alis - a list service that lets users list channels according to more
 * specific criteria than an ircd allows.
 */
service "alis" {
	nick = "alis";
	username = "alis";
	host = "services.int";
	realname = "Advanced List Service - /msg alis help";
	flags = msg_self;

	/* loglevel:
	 *   1 - LIST
	 */
	loglevel = 1;

	/* max matches: maximum number of channels to output from LIST */
	max_matches = 60;
};

/* global - the global messaging service.  Allows messages to be sent
 * to all users on the network.
 */
service "global" {
	nick = "GLOBAL";
	username = "global";
	host = "services.int";
	realname = "Network Message Service";

	/* this service *MUST* be opered. */
	flags = opered, msg_self, stealth;

	/* loglevel: level to log at, 0 to disable logging
	 *   1 - Admin commands
	 */
	loglevel = 1;
};

/* banserv - the ban service.  Allows bans (klines/xlines/resvs) to be
 * sent to all servers.  These bans can only be set on ircd-ratbox servers
 * running version 1.5 and above.
 */
service "banserv" {
	nick = "BANSERV";
	username = "banserv";
	host = "services.int";
	realname = "Ban Service";
	flags = opered, msg_self, stealth;

	/* loglevel: level to log at, 0 to disable logging
	 *   1 - Admin commands
	 *   2 - LISTWELCOME
	 */
	loglevel = 1;

	/* merge into operserv: merge all of this services commands into the
	 * operserv service.  This option is only used when ratbox-services
	 * starts.
	 *
	 * Note: If this service is merged into operserv, it will follow the
	 * service flags and loglevel from operserv.
	 */
	merge_into_operserv = no;

	/* unban time: duration unklines etc are kept around in the
	 * database to be synced with servers.
	 */
	unban_time = 2 weeks;

	/* regexp time: when issuing klines for users who match regexps, how
	 * long to make the kline last
	 */
	regexp_time = 1 day;

	/* max kline matches: maximum number of users a kline can match.  Set to
	 * 0 to disable.
	 */
	max_kline_matches = 200;

	/* max xline matches: maximum number of users an xline can match.  Set to
	 * 0 to disable.
	 */
	max_xline_matches = 200;

	/* max regexp matches: maximum number of users a regular expression can
	 * match.  regexps that match more than this amount of users will be
	 * rejected.  Set to 0 to disable.
	 */
	max_regexp_matches = 200;

	/* temp workaround: work around short time limits for temporary
	 * bans, by issuing an unban for it first then reissuing the ban.
	 * ratbox-2.0.8 and below, and ratbox-2.1.2 and below have a maximum
	 * temp time of 4 weeks, which can cause some bans to expire even
	 * when banserv expects them to still be set.
	 *
	 * The only way for banserv to extend the expiry on these servers is
	 * to issue an unban first.  The temp workaround does this for all
	 * temporary bans.
	 */
	temp_workaround = no;

	/* autosync frequency: how often to automatically sync bans to
	 * all servers.  Set to 0 to disable.
	 */
	autosync_frequency = 2 weeks;
};

/* watchserv - the service for watching commands issued to services. */
service "watchserv" {
	nick = "WATCHSERV";
	username = "watchserv";
	host = "services.int";
	realname = "Command Watching Service";
	flags = msg_self, stealth;

	/* loglevel: level to log at, 0 to disable logging
	 *   1 - Admin commands
	 */
	loglevel = 1;

	/* merge into operserv: merge all of this services commands into the
	 * operserv service.  This option is only used when ratbox-services
	 * starts.
	 *
	 * Note: If this service is merged into operserv, it will follow the
	 * service flags and loglevel from operserv.
	 */
	merge_into_operserv = no;
};

/* memoserv - the service for sending memos */
service "memoserv" {
	nick = "MEMOSERV";
	username = "memoserv";
	host = "services.int";
	realname = "Memo Service";
	flags = msg_self;

	/* loglevel: level to log at, 0 to disable logging
	 *
	 *   2 - SEND
	 *   3 - LIST, READ, DELETE
	 */
	loglevel = 0;

	/* max memos: maximum number of memos a user may have. */
	max_memos = 50;

	/* memo regtime duration: duration a username must be registered for
	 * before they can send memos
	 */
	memo_regtime_duration = 1 week;
};

On 28 Feb 2012, at 09:55, Narf wrote:

> Main URL: http://www.ratbox.org/
> Docs: http://docs.ratbox.org/ (although, there's documentation included in each of the packages)
> 
> Andrey Andreev a.k.a. Narf.
> 
> Quoting h3nt3r <h3nt3r at gmx.com>:
> 
>> Hi Folks, could somebody point me to a ratbox-services and ircd site  or documentation?
>> 
>> Im unable to find something online.
>> 
>> Cheers,
>> 
>> h3nt3r
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