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- Import ircservices-5.1.24. Don't ever think about modifying anything in this
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  Since Andrew Church has discontinued his services project in April 2011, the
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  The name of this project will be changed for the reason being that the current
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1 # Example module configuration file for Services. After making the
2 # appropriate changes to this file, place it in the Services data directory
3 # (as specified in the "configure" script, default /usr/local/lib/ircservices)
4 # with the name "modules.conf".
5
6 ###########################################################################
7 #
8 # Protocol module settings
9 #
10 ###########################################################################
11
12 # Enter the protocol name here, then uncomment the appropriate directives.
13
14 Module protocol/(insert protocol name here)
15
16 # NetworkDomain domain [RECOMMENDED]
17 # Protocols: bahamut, dalnet, dreamforge, monkey, ptlink, rfc1459,
18 # trircd, ts8, undernet-p9
19 #
20 # Specifies the common domain, if any, shared by all servers on
21 # your IRC network; this is required for global notices to function
22 # properly. Make sure you do not include a "." before the domain
23 # name. If you do not specify this, some or all users may not
24 # receive global notices.
25
26 #NetworkDomain "example.net"
27
28 # ServerNumeric <numeric> [RECOMMENDED]
29 # Protocols: unreal
30 #
31 # Makes Services send a numeric to the remote server on connect.
32 # This must be a value between 1 and 254, and must not be in use by
33 # any other IRC server on the network. If you do not want to use a
34 # numeric for Services, comment the directive out.
35
36 #ServerNumeric 1
37
38 # SetServerTimes [<time>] [RECOMMENDED]
39 # Protocols: unreal
40 #
41 # Causes Services to synchronize all servers' internal clocks with
42 # its own; this can help avoid potential problems with users
43 # improperly gaining chanops, particularly during netsplits. If a
44 # time parameter is given, Services will repeatedly synchronize the
45 # servers clocks at that interval, otherwise synchronization will
46 # only be performed at startup.
47
48 #SetServerTimes
49 #SetServerTimes 12h
50
51 # CSSetChannelTime [OPTIONAL]
52 # Protocols: bahamut, monkey, trircd, unreal
53 #
54 # When enabled, causes Services to set the "creation time" (the
55 # time at which the first user joined the channel) of a registered
56 # channel to the time at which the channel was registered. This
57 # can help prevent spurious mode changes and "op hacking" when a
58 # split server reconnects to the network. When using Unreal,
59 # however, the first user to join the channel when it is empty gets
60 # set -o and +o in quick succession due to limitations of the IRC
61 # server; if this bothers you, do not enable this option. Also, some
62 # servers (such as Bahamut) generate server notices each time a
63 # channel's timestamp is changed, which can be safely ignored.
64
65 #CSSetChannelTime
66
67 EndModule
68
69 ###########################################################################
70 #
71 # Database module configuration
72 #
73 ###########################################################################
74
75 Module database/standard
76
77 # This module has no configurable settings.
78
79 EndModule
80
81 Module database/version4
82
83 # NickServDB <name> [REQUIRED]
84 # Specifies the filename used for the registered nickname databases.
85
86 NickServDB "nick.db"
87
88 # ChanServDB <name> [REQUIRED]
89 # Specifies the filename used for the registered channel databases.
90
91 ChanServDB "chan.db"
92
93 # OperServDB <name> [REQUIRED]
94 # Specifies the filename used for the OperServ database.
95
96 OperServDB "oper.db"
97
98 # NewsDB <name> [REQUIRED]
99 # Specifies the filename used for the news database.
100
101 NewsDB "news.db"
102
103 # AutokillDB <name> [REQUIRED]
104 # Specifies the filename used for the autokill and autokill
105 # exclusion databases.
106
107 AutokillDB "akill.db"
108
109 # ExceptionDB <name> [REQUIRED]
110 # Specifies the filename used for the session exception database.
111
112 ExceptionDB "exception.db"
113
114 # SlineDB <name> [REQUIRED]
115 # Specifies the filename used for the SGline, SQline, and SZline
116 # databases.
117
118 SlineDB "sline.db"
119
120 # StatServDB <name> [REQUIRED]
121 # Specifies the filename used for the StatServ server statistics
122 # database.
123
124 StatServDB "stats.db"
125
126 EndModule
127
128 ###########################################################################
129 #
130 # Encryption module configuration
131 #
132 ###########################################################################
133
134 # No encryption modules have any configurable settings.
135
136 ###########################################################################
137 #
138 # Encryption module configuration
139 #
140 ###########################################################################
141
142 Module encryption/md5
143
144 # EnableAnopeWorkaround [OPTIONAL]
145 # Enables a workaround for encrypted passwords imported from the
146 # Anope or Epona programs, which have a bug (inherited from an old
147 # version of Services) causing passwords to be incorrectly
148 # encrypted.
149 #
150 # WARNING: Enabling this option may reduce the security of
151 # encrypted passwords! If you need this option for importing an
152 # Anope or Epona database, it is recommended that you enable this
153 # only long enough to ensure that all users have used SET PASSWORD
154 # to reset their passwords (possibly to the same password).
155
156 #EnableAnopeWorkaround
157
158 EndModule
159
160 ###########################################################################
161 #
162 # Mail module configuration
163 #
164 ###########################################################################
165
166 Module mail/main
167
168 # FromAddress <email> [REQUIRED]
169 # Specifies the E-mail address to be used on outgoing mail. Make
170 # sure you enter the correct address here before uncommenting the
171 # directive.
172
173 #FromAddress services@example.net
174
175 # FromName <name> [OPTIONAL]
176 # Specifies the "real name" to be used on outgoing mail. Make sure
177 # to include quotes if this is a multi-word string.
178
179 #FromName "ExampleNet Services"
180
181 # MaxMessages <count> [RECOMMENDED]
182 # Specifies the maximum number of messages that are permitted to be
183 # in transit simultaneously. Attempts to send messages above this
184 # limit will be rejected with a "no resources" error. If not
185 # given, no limit is enforced.
186
187 MaxMessages 100
188
189 # SendTimeout <time> [RECOMMENDED]
190 # Specifies the amount of time Services will wait before aborting a
191 # mail message in the process of being sent. If not specified,
192 # message sends will not time out.
193
194 SendTimeout 1m
195
196 EndModule
197
198 ################################ Sendmail-based low-level module
199
200 Module mail/sendmail
201
202 # SendmailPath <path> [REQUIRED]
203 # Specifies the full path to the "sendmail" program to be used to
204 # send mail. This program must accept a command-line option "-t"
205 # to extract recipient addresses from a mail message given on
206 # standard input (the standard "sendmail" program does this).
207 # The program will be executed with the same environment as
208 # Services itself is run with.
209
210 SendmailPath /usr/lib/sendmail
211
212 EndModule
213
214 ################################ SMTP-based low-level module
215
216 Module mail/smtp
217
218 # RelayHost <hostname> [REQUIRED]
219 # Specifies the host to which all mail will be sent, e.g. your
220 # local mail server. This directive may be given multiple times to
221 # specify backup servers; the servers will be tried in the order
222 # listed.
223
224 #RelayHost mail.example.net
225
226 # SMTPName <hostname> [REQUIRED]
227 # Specifies the hostname Services will use in the HELO command to
228 # the remote server. Normally, this should be set to the same as
229 # the hostname of the machine Services runs on.
230
231 #SMTPName services.example.net
232
233 EndModule
234
235 ###########################################################################
236 #
237 # OperServ configuration
238 #
239 ###########################################################################
240
241 Module operserv/main
242
243 # OperServName <nick> <string> [REQUIRED]
244 # Specifies the nickname (first parameter) and "real" name (second
245 # parameter) used by the OperServ pseudoclient.
246
247 OperServName "OperServ" "Operator Server"
248
249 # GlobalName <nick> <string> [REQUIRED]
250 # Specifies the nickname (first parameter) and "real" name (second
251 # parameter) used by the global-noticer pseudoclient. This client
252 # is used to send messages from the OperServ GLOBAL command and
253 # news messages.
254
255 GlobalName "Global" "Global Noticer"
256
257 # ServicesRoot <nick> [REQUIRED]
258 # Specifies the Services "super-user". The super-user, or "root" as
259 # in Unix terminology, is the only user who can add or delete
260 # Services admins.
261 #
262 # This is commented out by default; make sure you insert the correct
263 # nick before uncommenting it.
264
265 #ServicesRoot SuperUser
266
267 # KillClonesAutokill <expiry-time> [RECOMMENDED]
268 # Causes Services to add an autokill for hosts killed using the
269 # KILLCLONES command, to prevent the clients from immediately
270 # reconnecting. The expiry-time parameter sets the expiry time for
271 # the autokill.
272 #
273 # If the autokill module (operserv/akill) is not loaded, this
274 # directive has no effect.
275
276 KillClonesAutokill 30m
277
278 # AllowRaw [DISCOURAGED]
279 # Enables use of the OperServ RAW command. This command can be
280 # used for testing IRC server features and other limited uses, but
281 # can also wreak havoc on a network if used improperly; use with
282 # extreme caution.
283
284 #AllowRaw
285
286 # WallOper [OPTIONAL]
287 # Causes Services to send a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS when a user becomes an
288 # IRC operator. Note that this can cause WALLOPS floods when
289 # Services first connects to the network.
290
291 #WallOper
292
293 # WallBadOS [OPTIONAL]
294 # Causes Services to send a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS if a non-IRC-operator
295 # tries to use OperServ.
296
297 #WallBadOS
298
299 # WallOSChannel [OPTIONAL]
300 # Cause Services to send a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS on use of any of the
301 # MODE, KICK, CLEARMODES, and CLEARCHAN commands.
302
303 #WallOSChannel
304
305 # WallSU [OPTIONAL]
306 # Causes Services to send a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS whenever a Services
307 # admin successfully obtains Services super-user privileges with
308 # the SU command. Note that Services will always send a
309 # WALLOPS/GLOBOPS when an incorrect password is given to the SU
310 # command or a user without Services admin privileges attempts to
311 # use the SU command.
312
313 WallSU
314
315 EndModule
316
317 ################################ Autokill module settings
318
319 Module operserv/akill
320
321 # AutokillReason <reason> [REQUIRED]
322 # The reason to use when sending out KILLs for autokills and with
323 # the actual AKILL/GLINE commands. Some servers show this reason
324 # to users if their connection is rejected because they match an
325 # autokill. If you include a "%s" in the reason, it will be
326 # replaced by the reason given with the autokill itself.
327
328 AutokillReason "You are banned from this network"
329 #AutokillReason "Autokilled: %s"
330
331 # AutokillExpiry <time> [RECOMMENDED]
332 # Sets the default expiry time for autokills. If not defined,
333 # autokills will not expire by default.
334
335 AutokillExpiry 30d
336
337 # AkillChanExpiry <time> [REQUIRED]
338 # Sets the default expiry time for autokills added by an AKILLCHAN
339 # command.
340
341 AkillChanExpiry 7d
342
343 # OperMaxExpiry <time> [OPTIONAL]
344 # Sets the maximum expiry time usable by Services operators. If
345 # not defined, Services operators can set any expiry time, just as
346 # Services administrators can. If this is set to a value lower
347 # than AutokillExpiry or AkillChanExpiry, autokills entered without
348 # an expiry time will use this setting instead of the relevant
349 # default.
350
351 #OperMaxExpiry 7d
352
353 # EnableExclude [OPTIONAL]
354 # Causes autokill exclusions to be usable. If not given, the
355 # EXCLUDE command will be unavailable, and any autokill
356 # exclusions previously added will be ignored.
357 #
358 # NOTICE: On IRC servers without autokill exclusion functionality
359 # (such as that in trircd version 5), this will cause autokills to
360 # not be sent to the server; instead, Services will issue a KILL
361 # for each user that matches an autokill and does not match any
362 # autokill exclusions. This is necessary to allow Services to
363 # apply exclusions to users before they are disconnected.
364
365 #EnableExclude
366
367 # ExcludeReason <reason> [REQUIRED if EnableExclude set]
368 # The reason to use when sending out EXCLUDE commands on servers
369 # which support them. If you include a "%s" in the reason, it will
370 # be replaced by the reason given with the exclusion itself.
371
372 ExcludeReason "IRC operator host"
373 #ExcludeReason "Excluded from autokills: %s"
374
375 # ExcludeExpiry <time> [OPTIONAL]
376 # Sets the default expiry time for autokill exclusions. If not
377 # defined, autokill exclusions will not expire by default.
378
379 ExcludeExpiry 30d
380
381 # ImmediatelySendAutokill [OPTIONAL]
382 # Causes OperServ to inform all servers of a new autokill the
383 # moment it is added, rather than waiting for someone to match it
384 # first. (Note that autokill exclusions are always sent to the
385 # server immediately; this is to avoid an autokill being triggered
386 # by a non-excluded match before the exclusion has been sent,
387 # resulting in the excluded users being autokilled as well.)
388
389 #ImmediatelySendAutokill
390
391 # WallOSAkill [OPTIONAL]
392 # Cause Services to send a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS on use of the AKILL or
393 # EXCLUDE command to add or delete autokills or exclusions.
394
395 #WallOSAkill
396
397 # WallAutokillExpire [OPTIONAL]
398 # Causes Services to send a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS whenever an autokill
399 # or autokill exclusion expires.
400
401 #WallAutokillExpire
402
403 EndModule
404
405 ################################ News module settings
406
407 Module operserv/news
408
409 # This module has no configurable settings.
410
411 EndModule
412
413 ################################ Sessions module settings
414
415 Module operserv/sessions
416
417 # DefSessionLimit <limit> [RECOMMENDED]
418 # Default session limit per host. Once a host reaches its session
419 # limit, all clients attempting to connect from that host will be
420 # killed. A value of zero (or omitting the option entirely) means
421 # an unlimited session limit.
422
423 DefSessionLimit 3
424
425 # MaxSessionLimit <limit> [OPTIONAL]
426 # The maximum session limit that may be set for a host in an
427 # exception.
428
429 MaxSessionLimit 100
430
431 # ExceptionExpiry <time> [RECOMMENDED]
432 # Sets the default expiry time for exceptions. If not set,
433 # exceptions will not expire by default.
434
435 ExceptionExpiry 1d
436
437 # SessionLimitExceeded <message> [OPTIONAL]
438 # The message that will be NOTICE'd to a user just before they are
439 # removed from the network because their host's session limit has
440 # been exceeded. It may be used to give a slightly more
441 # descriptive reason for the impending kill as opposed to simply
442 # "Session limit exceeded". If this is commented out, nothing will
443 # be sent.
444
445 SessionLimitExceeded "The session limit for your host %s has been exceeded."
446
447 # SessionLimitDetailsLoc <message> [OPTIONAL]
448 # Same as above, but should be used to provide a website address
449 # where users can find out more about session limits and how to go
450 # about applying for an exception. If this is commented out,
451 # nothing will be sent.
452 #
453 # This option has been intentionally commented out in an effort to
454 # remind you to change the URL it contains. It is recommended that
455 # you supply an address/URL where people can get help regarding
456 # session limits.
457
458 #SessionLimitDetailsLoc "Please visit http://your.website.url/ for more information about session limits."
459
460 # SessionLimitAutokill <max-kill-interval> <num-kills> <expiry> <reason> [OPTIONAL]
461 # With this option, Services will add an automatic autokill when
462 # the same host's session limit is exceeded repeatedly in a short
463 # period of time. If not given, autokills will not be
464 # automatically added (Services will just keep killing users from
465 # the host as they come on). Note that the autokill module
466 # (operserv/akill) must be loaded for this to work.
467 #
468 # <max-kill-interval> sets the maximum interval which can elapse
469 # between kills before the kill counter is reset.
470 #
471 # <num-kills> sets the number of kills before an autokill is added.
472 #
473 # <expiry> sets the expiration time for the autokill.
474 #
475 # <reason> sets the reason for the autokill.
476
477 #SessionLimitAutokill 10s 5 30m "Exceeding session limit"
478
479 # WallOSException [OPTIONAL]
480 # Cause Services to send a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS on use of the EXCEPTION
481 # command to add or delete a session exception.
482
483 #WallOSException
484
485 # WallExceptionExpire [OPTIONAL]
486 # Causes Services to send a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS whenever a session
487 # limit exception expires.
488
489 #WallExceptionExpire
490
491 EndModule
492
493 ################################ S-line module settings
494
495 Module operserv/sline
496
497 # SGlineReason <reason> [REQUIRED]
498 # The reason to use when sending out KILLs and SGLINE commands.
499 # Some servers show this reason to users if their connection is
500 # rejected because they match an SGline. If you include a "%s"
501 # in the reason, it will be replaced by the reason given with the
502 # SGline entry itself.
503
504 SGlineReason "Invalid real name"
505 #SGlineReason "Invalid real name: %s"
506
507 # SQlineReason <reason> [REQUIRED]
508 # The reason to use when sending out KILLs and SQLINE commands.
509 # Some servers show this reason to users if their connection is
510 # rejected because they match an SQline. If you include a "%s"
511 # in the reason, it will be replaced by the reason given with the
512 # SQline entry itself.
513
514 SQlineReason "Reserved nickname"
515 #SQlineReason "Reserved nickname: %s"
516
517 # SZlineReason <reason> [REQUIRED]
518 # The reason to use when sending out KILLs and SZLINE commands.
519 # Some servers show this reason to users if their connection is
520 # rejected because they match an SZline. If you include a "%s"
521 # in the reason, it will be replaced by the reason given with the
522 # SZline entry itself.
523
524 SZlineReason "You are banned from this network"
525 #SZlineReason "Z-lined: %s"
526
527 # ImmediatelySendSline [OPTIONAL]
528 # Causes OperServ to inform all servers of a new S-line the moment
529 # it is added, rather than waiting for someone to match it first.
530
531 #ImmediatelySendSline
532
533 # SGlineExpiry <time> [OPTIONAL]
534 # Sets the default expiry time for SGlines. If not defined,
535 # SGlines of that type will not expire by default.
536
537 #SGlineExpiry 30d
538
539 # SQlineExpiry <time> [OPTIONAL]
540 # Sets the default expiry time for SQlines. If not defined,
541 # SQlines of that type will not expire by default.
542
543 #SQlineExpiry 30d
544
545 # SZlineExpiry <time> [OPTIONAL]
546 # Sets the default expiry time for SZlines. If not defined,
547 # SZlines of that type will not expire by default.
548
549 SZlineExpiry 30d
550
551 # WallOSSline [OPTIONAL]
552 # Cause Services to send a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS on use of the SGLINE,
553 # SQLINE, or SZLINE commands to add or delete S-lines.
554
555 #WallOSSline
556
557 # WallSlineExpire [OPTIONAL]
558 # Causes Services to send a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS whenever an autokill
559 # expires.
560
561 #WallSlineExpire
562
563 # SQlineIgnoreOpers [OPTIONAL]
564 # Allows IRC operators to use nicknames that match an SQline.
565 # (Note that this may not function properly if the IRC server does
566 # not allow IRC operators to use such nicknames.)
567
568 SQlineIgnoreOpers
569
570 # SQlineKill [OPTIONAL]
571 # Normally, users whose nickname matches an SQline will have their
572 # nickname changed (on servers which support forced nickname
573 # changing) instead of being killed. Setting this option causes
574 # such users to be killed even on such servers, which may be
575 # helpful for dealing with clone attacks.
576 #
577 # Note that if this option is set, Services will not send SQlines
578 # to the IRC network; if it did, the IRC servers would step in and
579 # send the user an "invalid nickname" message before Services had a
580 # chance to kill the user.
581
582 #SQlineKill
583
584 EndModule
585
586 ###########################################################################
587 #
588 # NickServ configuration
589 #
590 ###########################################################################
591
592 Module nickserv/main
593
594 # NickServName <nick> <string> [REQUIRED]
595 # Specifies the nickname (first parameter) and "real" name (second
596 # parameter) used by the NickServ pseudoclient.
597
598 NickServName "NickServ" "Nickname Server"
599
600 # NSEnableRegister [OPTIONAL]
601 # Allows the REGISTER command to be used. This is usually a good
602 # thing, but if you don't want your users to be able to register
603 # nicknames, remove (or comment out) this directive. Note that you
604 # will need to at least enable this to register the Services
605 # super-user nick (defined in the operserv/main ServicesRoot
606 # directive), or you will not be able to use any privileged
607 # OperServ functions!
608
609 NSEnableRegister
610
611 # NSRegEmailMax <count> [OPTIONAL]
612 # Sets the maximum number of nicknames that can be registered to a
613 # single E-mail address; this affects both ordinary registration as
614 # well as changing the address using SET EMAIL, and also nickname
615 # linking (if the appropriate module is loaded). If not given,
616 # there is no limit.
617 #
618 # This option is most useful in combination with NSRequireEmail,
619 # below.
620
621 #NSRegEmailMax 20
622
623 # NSRequireEmail [OPTIONAL]
624 # Makes an E-mail address required at registration time. Users
625 # also will not be able to clear the address once registered,
626 # though they can change it. If not set, an E-mail address is not
627 # required (but may still be given), and the address may be cleared
628 # later on.
629
630 NSRequireEmail
631
632 # NSRegDenyIfSuspended [OPTIONAL]
633 # Disallows the use of REGISTER if the E-mail address given with
634 # the command is associated with a suspended nickname. This can
635 # help prevent users from getting around nickname suspensions by
636 # registering a new nickname.
637
638 NSRegDenyIfSuspended
639
640 # NSRegDelay <time> [RECOMMENDED]
641 # Sets the minimum length of time between consecutive uses of the
642 # REGISTER command. If not given, this restriction is disabled.
643 #
644 # WARNING: Not setting NSRegDelay, or setting it too low, will not
645 # only allow "registration flooding" but, if the mail-auth
646 # module is also loaded, will also allow users to abuse
647 # this command to send large quantities of mail (mailbombs)
648 # to arbitrary users!
649
650 NSRegDelay 5m
651
652 # NSInitialRegDelay <time> [OPTIONAL]
653 # Sets the minimum length of time the user must be connected before
654 # using the REGISTER command for the first time. If not given,
655 # this restriction is disabled. This option can be helpful in
656 # preventing malicious bots from flooding your network with
657 # registrations.
658
659 #NSInitialRegDelay 30s
660
661 # NSSetEmailDelay <time> [RECOMMENDED]
662 # Sets the minimum length of time between consecutive uses of the
663 # SET EMAIL command. If not given, this restriction is disabled.
664 #
665 # WARNING: If you use the mail-auth module, then not setting
666 # NSSetEmailDelay, or setting it too low, will allow users
667 # to abuse this command to send large quantities of mail
668 # (mailbombs) to arbitrary users!
669
670 NSSetEmailDelay 5m
671
672 # NSDef... [OPTIONAL]
673 # Sets the default options for newly registered nicks. Note that
674 # changing these options will have no effect on nicks which are
675 # already registered. Options not listed here will be unset on new
676 # nicks.
677 #
678 # If both NSDefKill and NSDefKillQuick are given, NSDefKillQuick
679 # takes precedence. KILL IMMED cannot be specified as a default.
680
681 #NSDefKill
682 #NSDefKillQuick
683 NSDefSecure
684 #NSDefPrivate
685 #NSDefNoOp
686 NSDefHideEmail
687 NSDefHideUsermask
688 #NSDefHideQuit
689 NSDefMemoSignon
690 NSDefMemoReceive
691
692 # NSExpire <time> [RECOMMENDED]
693 # Sets the length of time before a nick registration expires. If
694 # not set, nicknames will not expire.
695
696 NSExpire 30d
697
698 # NSExpireWarning <time> [OPTIONAL]
699 # Sets the length of time before nick expiration during which
700 # warnings are sent to the user when the user is online (and not
701 # identified). If not set, no warnings will be sent; however, a
702 # message will still be sent when the nickname actually expires.
703
704 NSExpireWarning 3d
705
706 # NSSuspendExpire <time> <grace-period> [RECOMMENDED]
707 # Sets the default expiry time and recovery grace period for
708 # nickname suspensions. (The expiry time can be set individually
709 # for each suspension; the grace period cannot.)
710 #
711 # The recovery grace period is the length of time a nick must exist
712 # for, after being unsuspended, before it is allowed to expire.
713 # This gives the owner a chance to reclaim the nick. It is
714 # enforced, if necessary, by adjusting the "last seen time" value,
715 # as well as the AUTH timeout when the mail-auth module is in use,
716 # when the nick is unsuspended. If set to zero, nicknames that are
717 # suspended for longer than "NSExpire" will be expired (dropped)
718 # during the next check for nickname expiration, giving the owners
719 # very little time to identify for their nicknames and prevent
720 # their expiry.
721 #
722 # If not specified, nickname suspensions will not expire by
723 # default, and there will be no grace period for recovering the nick.
724
725 NSSuspendExpire 25d 5d
726
727 # NSShowPassword [OPTIONAL]
728 # Causes the user's password to be sent back to them in a NOTICE at
729 # registration time, as a reminder.
730
731 NSShowPassword
732
733 # NSEnforcerUser <user>[@<host>] [REQUIRED]
734 # Sets the username (and possibly hostname) used for the fake user
735 # created when NickServ collides a user. Should be in user@host
736 # format. If the host is not given, the one from ServicesUser is
737 # used.
738
739 NSEnforcerUser enforcer
740 #NSEnforcerUser enforcer@localhost.net
741
742 # NSForceNickChange [OPTIONAL]
743 # When enabled, makes NickServ change a user's nick to a
744 # "Guest######" nick instead of killing them when enforcing a
745 # "nick kill". (The actual nickname used is determined by the
746 # GuestNickPrefix setting in ircservices.conf.)
747 #
748 # This setting has no effect with IRC servers that do not support
749 # forcibly changing a client's nickname, and a warning will be
750 # written to the log file if this option is used in such a case.
751
752 #NSForceNickChange
753
754 # NSReleaseTimeout <time> [REQUIRED]
755 # Sets the delay before a NickServ-collided nick is released.
756
757 NSReleaseTimeout 1m
758
759 # NSAllowKillImmed [OPTIONAL]
760 # When given, allows the use of the IMMED option with the NickServ
761 # SET KILL command.
762
763 #NSAllowKillImmed
764
765 # NSListOpersOnly [OPTIONAL]
766 # When enabled, limits use of the NickServ LIST and LISTEMAIL
767 # commands to IRC operators.
768
769 #NSListOpersOnly
770
771 # NSSecureAdmins [RECOMMENDED]
772 # When enabled, prevents the use of the DROPNICK, GETPASS, FORBID,
773 # SUSPEND, and SET PASSWORD commands by Services admins on other
774 # Services admins or the Services root. (These restrictions do not
775 # apply to the Services root.)
776
777 NSSecureAdmins
778
779 # NSEnableDropEmail [OPTIONAL]
780 # Allows the DROPEMAIL command to be used. This command can help
781 # recover from mass-registration attacks, but can also destroy your
782 # database if used improperly.
783
784 #NSEnableDropEmail
785
786 # NSDropEmailExpire [REQUIRED]
787 # Sets the maximum length of time allowed between a DROPEMAIL
788 # command and the corresponding DROPEMAIL-CONFIRM command.
789
790 NSDropEmailExpire 10m
791
792 # NSHelpWarning <time> [OPTIONAL]
793 # When enabled, displays a "do not abuse NickServ" warning at the
794 # end of the NickServ HELP output similar to previous versions of
795 # Services. Otherwise, the warning is not displayed.
796
797 #NSHelpWarning
798
799 # NSAlias <alias>=<command> [OPTIONAL]
800 # Creates an alias for a command. "alias" is the name of the
801 # alias, and "command" is the command which should be executed for
802 # that alias; the two are joined by an equals sign ("=") with no
803 # intervening whitespace. The alias and command names are
804 # case-insensitive.
805 #
806 # Any number of aliases can be created by adding more NSAlias
807 # directives, but recursive aliases are not allowed; "command" must
808 # be a valid (unaliased) command name.
809
810 #NSAlias ID=IDENTIFY
811
812 EndModule
813
814 ################################ Access list module
815
816 Module nickserv/access
817
818 # NSAccessMax <count> [REQUIRED]
819 # Sets the maximum number of entries allowed on a nickname access
820 # list.
821
822 NSAccessMax 32
823
824 # NSFirstAccessEnable [OPTIONAL]
825 # When enabled, causes an access entry based on the registering
826 # user's username and hostname to be automatically added to the
827 # access list of a newly-registered nickname. When disabled,
828 # newly-registered nicknames will have an empty access list.
829
830 NSFirstAccessEnable
831
832 # NSFirstAccessWild [OPTIONAL]
833 # When enabled, causes the first access list entry added to a newly
834 # registered nickname to use a wildcard in the hostname when
835 # appropriate. When disabled, the first access list entry consists
836 # of the registering user's username and hostname as-is, without
837 # wildcards. This directive has no effect if NSFirstAccessEnable
838 # is disabled.
839
840 NSFirstAccessWild
841
842 EndModule
843
844 ################################ Autojoin module
845
846 Module nickserv/autojoin
847
848 # NSAutojoinMax <count> [REQUIRED]
849 # Sets the maximum number of entries allowed on an autojoin list.
850 # There is little point in setting this higher than the maximum
851 # number of channels a client is allowed to join by the server
852 # (usually 10).
853
854 NSAutojoinMax 10
855
856 EndModule
857
858 ################################ Link module
859
860 Module nickserv/link
861
862 # NSLinkMax <count> [REQUIRED]
863 # Sets the maximum number of links allowed for a single nickname
864 # group.
865
866 NSLinkMax 20
867
868 EndModule
869
870 ################################ Authentication module
871
872 Module nickserv/mail-auth
873
874 # NSNoAuthExpire <time> [OPTIONAL]
875 # Sets the period of time after which a newly registered nickname
876 # will expire if it is not authenticated. If not specified, the
877 # standard nickname expiration time (NSExpire) is used.
878
879 #NSNoAuthExpire 12h
880
881 # NSSendauthDelay <time> [RECOMMENDED]
882 # Sets the minimum length of time between consecutive uses of the
883 # SENDAUTH command for the same nick group. If not specified, this
884 # restriction is disabled.
885 #
886 # WARNING: Not setting NSSendauthDelay, or setting it too low, will
887 # allow users to abuse this command to send large
888 # quantities of mail (mailbombs) to arbitrary users!
889
890 NSSendauthDelay 1d
891
892 EndModule
893
894 ###########################################################################
895 #
896 # ChanServ configuration
897 #
898 ###########################################################################
899
900 Module chanserv/main
901
902 # ChanServName <nick> <string> [REQUIRED]
903 # Specifies the nickname (first parameter) and "real" name (second
904 # parameter) used by the ChanServ pseudoclient.
905
906 ChanServName "ChanServ" "Channel Server"
907
908 # CSEnableRegister [OPTIONAL]
909 # Allows the REGISTER command to be used. This is usually a good
910 # thing, but if you don't want your users to be able to register
911 # channels, remove (or comment out) this directive. Note, however,
912 # that Services administrators and the Services super-user will
913 # still be able to use the REGISTER command regardless of whether
914 # this directive is given or not.
915
916 CSEnableRegister
917
918 # CSRegisteredOnly [OPTIONAL]
919 # Treats unregistered channels as if they were forbidden,
920 # disallowing access by ordinary users to any channels not
921 # explicitly registered with ChanServ. IRC operators will be
922 # allowed to enter such channels, as they are for ordinary
923 # forbidden channels. Note that this directive operates
924 # independently from the CSEnableRegister directive; if
925 # CSEnableRegister is commented out, non-Services-admin IRC
926 # operators will be able to join unregistered channels but will
927 # not be permitted to register them.
928
929 #CSRegisteredOnly
930
931 # CSMaxReg <count> [RECOMMENDED]
932 # Limits the number of channels which may be registered to a single
933 # nickname. In the case of linked nicks, this limit applies to the
934 # entire set of linked nicks.
935
936 CSMaxReg 20
937
938 # CSDef... [OPTIONAL]
939 # Sets the default options for newly registered channels. Note
940 # that changing these options will have no effect on channels which
941 # are already registered. Options not listed here will be unset on
942 # new channels.
943
944 CSDefKeepTopic
945 #CSDefSecureOps
946 #CSDefPrivate
947 #CSDefTopicLock
948 #CSDefLeaveOps
949 CSDefSecure
950 #CSDefOpNotice
951 #CSDefEnforce
952 #CSDefMemoRestricted
953 #CSDefHideEmail
954 #CSDefHideTopic
955 #CSDefHideMlock
956
957 # CSDefModeLock <mode-string> [OPTIONAL]
958 # Sets the default mode lock for newly registered channels, in the
959 # same format as the SET MLOCK command. If not set, the default is
960 # "+nt". Note that only binary modes (modes which take no
961 # parameters) can be used with this directive.
962
963 CSDefModeLock +nt
964
965 # CSExpire <time> [RECOMMENDED]
966 # Sets the length of time before a channel expires. If not set,
967 # channels will not expire.
968
969 CSExpire 14d
970
971 # CSSuspendExpire <time> [RECOMMENDED]
972 # Sets the default expiry time and recovery grace period for channel
973 # suspensions. If not set, channel suspensions will not expire by
974 # default and there will be no recovery grace period.
975
976 CSSuspendExpire 12d 2d
977
978 # CSShowPassword [OPTIONAL]
979 # If specified, causes the user's password to be sent back to them
980 # in a NOTICE at registration time, as a reminder.
981
982 CSShowPassword
983
984 # CSAccessMax <count> [REQUIRED]
985 # Sets the maximum number of entries on a channel's access list.
986 # Channel access lists may contain only registered nicknames;
987 # therefore, checking each entry on the list requires only a single
988 # scalar comparison instead of a wildcard match, and this limit may
989 # be safely set much higher than (for example) the autokick list
990 # size limit without impacting performance significantly.
991
992 CSAccessMax 1024
993
994 # CSAutokickMax <count> [REQUIRED]
995 # Sets the maximum number of entries on a channel's autokick list.
996
997 CSAutokickMax 32
998
999 # CSInhabit <time> [REQUIRED]
1000 # Sets the length of time ChanServ stays in a channel after kicking
1001 # a user from a channel s/he is not permitted to be in. This only
1002 # occurs when the user is the only one in the channel.
1003
1004 CSInhabit 15s
1005
1006 # CSRestrictDelay <time> [OPTIONAL]
1007 # When enabled, causes ChanServ to permit users to join channels
1008 # with the RESTRICTED option set if they would be permitted to join
1009 # after identifying for their nick, and to not remove mode +o (ops)
1010 # from users who would be auto-opped if identified for their nick,
1011 # for the given period of time after Services starts up. This gives
1012 # such users time to identify to NickServ before being kicked out of
1013 # restricted channels or getting deopped.
1014
1015 CSRestrictDelay 15s
1016
1017 # CSListOpersOnly [OPTIONAL]
1018 # When enabled, limits use of the ChanServ LIST command to IRC
1019 # operators.
1020
1021 #CSListOpersOnly
1022
1023 # CSForbidShortChannel [OPTIONAL]
1024 # When enabled, treats the channel "#" as a forbidden channel, not
1025 # allowing any users to join it. When not enabled, the channel "#"
1026 # can be used normally, although ChanServ functions cannot be used
1027 # with it. If CSRegisteredOnly is enabled, this directive has no
1028 # effect (the "#" channel will be treated as forbidden along with
1029 # all other unregistered channel).
1030
1031 #CSForbidShortChannel
1032
1033 # CSSkipModeRCheck [OPTIONAL]
1034 # When enabled, causes ChanServ to not kick users with unregistered
1035 # nicknames who try to join <tt>+R</tt> channels (on networks
1036 # supporting <tt>+R</tt> or another mode restricting channels to
1037 # registered nicknames only).
1038
1039 #CSSkipModeRCheck
1040
1041 # CSAlias <alias>=<command> [OPTIONAL]
1042 # Creates an alias for a command. The parameter format is the same
1043 # as for the NSAlias directive.
1044
1045 #CSAlias ID=IDENTIFY
1046
1047 EndModule
1048
1049 ###########################################################################
1050 #
1051 # MemoServ configuration
1052 #
1053 ###########################################################################
1054
1055 Module memoserv/main
1056
1057 # MemoServName <nick> <string> [REQUIRED]
1058 # Specifies the nickname (first parameter) and "real" name (second
1059 # parameter) used by the MemoServ pseudoclient.
1060
1061 MemoServName "MemoServ" "Memo Server"
1062
1063 # MSMaxMemos <count> [RECOMMENDED]
1064 # Sets the maximum number of memos a user is allowed to keep by
1065 # default. Normal users may set the limit anywhere between zero
1066 # and this value; Services admins can change it to any value or
1067 # disable it. If not given, the limit is disabled by default, and
1068 # normal users can set any limit they want.
1069
1070 MSMaxMemos 20
1071
1072 # MSExpire <time> [OPTIONAL]
1073 # Sets the length of time after a memo is sent until it expires and
1074 # is automatically deleted. If not set, memos will not expire.
1075 # Note that memos sent while MSExpire is disabled will not expire
1076 # even if MSExpire is later enabled.
1077
1078 #MSExpire 3d
1079
1080 # MSExpireDelay <time> [OPTIONAL]
1081 # Sets the length of time after first being read a memo's
1082 # expiration will be delayed. Even if a memo reaches the age given
1083 # in the MSExpire directive, it will not be deleted until at least
1084 # the length of time given in this directive has passed since the
1085 # memo was first read. If not set, memo expiration will not be
1086 # delayed, and unread memos which have expired will be deleted
1087 # immediately upon being read.
1088 #
1089 # If MSExpire is not set, this directive is ignored.
1090
1091 MSExpireDelay 1d
1092
1093 # MSSendDelay <time> [RECOMMENDED]
1094 # Sets the delay between consecutive uses of the MemoServ SEND
1095 # command. This can help prevent spam as well as denial-of-service
1096 # attacks from sending large numbers of memos and filling up disk
1097 # space (and memory). A 3-second wait means a maximum average of
1098 # 150 bytes of memo per second per user under the current IRC
1099 # protocol.
1100
1101 MSSendDelay 3s
1102
1103 # MSAlias <alias>=<command> [OPTIONAL]
1104 # Creates an alias for a command. The parameter format is the same
1105 # as for the NSAlias directive.
1106
1107 #MSAlias R=READ
1108
1109 EndModule
1110
1111 ################################ FORWARD module
1112
1113 Module memoserv/forward
1114
1115 # MSAllowForward [OPTIONAL]
1116 # If given, allows the FORWARD command to be used (the SET FORWARD
1117 # command is always available). While the FORWARD command can be
1118 # useful particularly for users first setting the FORWARD option
1119 # on, a large number of users using the FORWARD ALL command can
1120 # place a significant load on Services.
1121
1122 MSAllowForward
1123
1124 # MSForwardDelay <time> [RECOMMENDED if MSAllowForward is set]
1125 # Sets the minimum length of time between consecutive uses of the
1126 # FORWARD command. If not given, this restriction is disabled.
1127 # (Note that this can allow users to place a significant load on
1128 # Services and/or your mail server!)
1129 #
1130 # If MSAllowForward is not set, this directive is ignored.
1131
1132 MSForwardDelay 10s
1133
1134 EndModule
1135
1136 ################################ IGNORE module
1137
1138 Module memoserv/ignore
1139
1140 # MSIgnoreMax [REQUIRED]
1141 # Sets the maximum number of entries a user can have for their
1142 # nickname group's memo ignore list.
1143
1144 MSIgnoreMax 32
1145
1146 EndModule
1147
1148 ###########################################################################
1149 #
1150 # StatServ configuration
1151 #
1152 ###########################################################################
1153
1154 Module statserv/main
1155
1156 # StatServName <nick> <string> [REQUIRED]
1157 # Specifies the nickname (first parameter) and "real" name (second
1158 # parameter) used by the StatServ pseudoclient.
1159
1160 StatServName "StatServ" "Statistics Server"
1161
1162 # SSOpersOnly [OPTIONAL]
1163 # Limits the use of StatServ to IRC operators only.
1164
1165 #SSOpersOnly
1166
1167 EndModule
1168
1169 ###########################################################################
1170 #
1171 # HTTP server modules
1172 #
1173 ###########################################################################
1174
1175 Module httpd/main
1176
1177 # ListenTo <address>:<port> [REQUIRED]
1178 # Specifies the address and port number on which the HTTP server
1179 # will listen for incoming requests. <address> may be specified as
1180 # an IP address (first example below), a hostname (second example),
1181 # or the special string "*", which means "any IP address" (third
1182 # example).
1183 #
1184 # When a hostname is given, as in the second example below,
1185 # Services will look up the address(es) associated with the
1186 # hostname at startup time, and bind to every IP address found.
1187 # This can be useful, for example, with dynamic DNS, in which
1188 # the server's IP address changes periodically; however, the
1189 # hostname lookup can take time--especially if there is no DNS
1190 # server on the local network--and is susceptible to network or
1191 # DNS server outages, so IP addresses or "*" should be used
1192 # whenever possible.
1193 #
1194 # Note that many systems restrict low port numbers to the system
1195 # administrator; in particular, Unix-like systems allow only the
1196 # root user (UID 0) to use ports less than 1024.
1197
1198 #ListenTo 127.0.0.1:12701
1199 #ListenTo services.example.net:8080
1200 #ListenTo *:80
1201
1202 # ListenBacklog [REQUIRED]
1203 # Specifies the maximum number of connections that can be received
1204 # by the operating system without being accepted by Services (the
1205 # second parameter, `backlog', to the listen() system call). If
1206 # you start seeing refused or delayed connections on a busy server,
1207 # try increasing this value.
1208 #
1209 # If you don't understand the above, leave this setting alone.
1210
1211 ListenBacklog 5
1212
1213 # RequestBufferSize <bytes> [REQUIRED]
1214 # Specifies the size of the buffer allocated for each HTTP request.
1215 # Note that this buffer is allocated for every connection, and an
1216 # additional amount of memory will be allocated for header pointers
1217 # (in the pathological case this extra amount could reach 4/3 of
1218 # the value given for this directive). If a client sends a request
1219 # (including POST data) exceeding this value, an error will be
1220 # returned and the connection terminated.
1221 #
1222 # If you don't understand the above, leave this setting alone.
1223
1224 RequestBufferSize 4096
1225
1226 # MaxConnections <count> [RECOMMENDED]
1227 # Specifies the maximum number of simultaneous connections allowed.
1228 # If not given, no limit is placed on the number of connections;
1229 # however, the operating system may impose its own limits, which
1230 # are not under the control of Services.
1231
1232 MaxConnections 10
1233
1234 # MaxRequests <count> [RECOMMENDED]
1235 # Specifies the maximum number of requests that can be made over a
1236 # single connection before the server disconnects it. If not
1237 # given, no limit is placed on the number of requests per
1238 # connection; note that this may allow malicious users to interfere
1239 # with Services' normal operations by sending large numbers of
1240 # requests over a single connection.
1241
1242 MaxRequests 20
1243
1244 # IdleTimeout <time> [RECOMMENDED]
1245 # Specifies the length of time a connection can be idle (not
1246 # sending data) before it will be automatically closed. If not
1247 # given, connections will never be closed automatically.
1248
1249 IdleTimeout 30s
1250
1251 # LogConnections [OPTIONAL]
1252 # If given, a log message will be written for each connection to
1253 # the server.
1254
1255 LogConnections
1256
1257 EndModule
1258
1259 ################################ IP address authorization module
1260
1261 Module httpd/auth-ip
1262
1263 # AllowHost <path> <address> [OPTIONAL]
1264 # DenyHost <path> <address> [OPTIONAL]
1265 # Specifies which hosts will be allowed (or not allowed) to access
1266 # resources provided by the HTTP server. The <path> parameter is a
1267 # URL path (not including the "http://host.name"), and matches any
1268 # URL which begins with the same string; for example, "/dir"
1269 # matches both "/dir/file" and "/dirty". The <address> can be an
1270 # IP address, a hostname (as with ListenTo in the main server
1271 # module, all addresses associated with the hostname will be
1272 # allowed or denied), the string "*" (which means all addresses),
1273 # or the special format "<IP-address>/<mask>", where <mask> is an
1274 # integer from 1 to 31 giving the number of bits in the subnet
1275 # address, which indicates that the entire subnet of addressess
1276 # specified should be allowed or denied; for example,
1277 # "192.168.1.64/26" represents the range of addresses from
1278 # 192.168.1.64 to 192.168.1.127.
1279 #
1280 # Examples:
1281 # AllowHost /debug 127.0.0.1 # Allow all requests from localhost
1282 # # to the debug page
1283 # AllowHost / 192.168.0.0/24 # Allow any host in the 192.168.0.*
1284 # # network access to the entire
1285 # # server
1286 # DenyHost / shell.example.org # Deny connections from any address
1287 # # associated with shell.example.org
1288 #
1289 # Multiple AllowHost or DenyHost directives for the same path may
1290 # be used to specify multiple addresses to allow or deny. Each
1291 # condition will be checked in the order they are listed here, and
1292 # the first matching one will be used. For example, these lines:
1293 # AllowHost / 192.168.0.1
1294 # DenyHost / 192.168.0.0/24
1295 # deny access to all hosts in the 192.168.0.* network _except_
1296 # 192.168.0.1. However, the reverse:
1297 # DenyHost / 192.168.0.0/24
1298 # AllowHost / 192.168.0.1
1299 # simply blocks all hosts in the 192.168.0.* network, since the
1300 # first rule matches 192.168.0.1 and the second is never checked.
1301 #
1302 # Access to the entire server can be allowed or denied by using the
1303 # path "/", which matches every URL (since all URLs begin with a
1304 # slash). Such a rule should always be included at the end of the
1305 # rule list to explicitly indicate what should be done with
1306 # requests that do not match any other rule; the behavior of the
1307 # module for requests without a matching rule is undefined. For
1308 # example:
1309 # AllowHost / *
1310 # or:
1311 # DenyHost / *
1312 #
1313 # WARNING: Hostnames are resolved only once at startup; any changes
1314 # in a host's IP address will not be seen by Services.
1315 #
1316 # Note: These directives are listed as "optional" only because the
1317 # module will still load even if no directives are listed;
1318 # however, unless AllowHost/DenyHost directives are given,
1319 # the module will not have any effect.
1320
1321 AllowHost / *
1322
1323 EndModule
1324
1325 ################################ Password authorization module
1326
1327 Module httpd/auth-password
1328
1329 # AuthName <name> [REQUIRED]
1330 # Specifies the name to be used by the user's browser when asking
1331 # for a password (as in "Enter username and password for <name>:").
1332
1333 AuthName "IRC Services"
1334
1335 # Protect <path> <user>:<pass> [OPTIONAL]
1336 # Sets the URLs (paths) which will be protected by password
1337 # authorization, and the username and password for each path. The
1338 # username and password can be different for each path. The path
1339 # given will match any URL beginning with that string, as with the
1340 # auth-ip module.
1341 #
1342 # Examples:
1343 # Protect /debug "debug:debug"
1344 # Protect /~ "nickuser:nickpass"
1345 #
1346 # Note: This directive is listed as "optional" only because the
1347 # module will still load even if no directives are listed;
1348 # however, unless Protect directives are given, the module
1349 # will not have any effect. Use a path of "/" to apply
1350 # password protection to the entire server.
1351
1352 EndModule
1353
1354 ################################ Database access module
1355
1356 Module httpd/dbaccess
1357
1358 # NOTICE: This module allows complete access to all Services data;
1359 # be certain to protect it from unauthorized access using
1360 # authorization modules or other means.
1361
1362 # Prefix <path> [REQUIRED]
1363 # Sets the URL (path) at which database access will be accessible.
1364 # If this does not end with a slash, one will be appended
1365 # automatically. Access is provided using the following directory
1366 # tree:
1367 #
1368 # <path>/ Main menu
1369 # <path>/operserv/ OperServ data and menu
1370 # <path>/operserv/akill/ Autokill list
1371 # <path>/operserv/news/ News item list
1372 # <path>/operserv/sessions/ Session and exception lists
1373 # <path>/operserv/sline/ S-line lists
1374 # <path>/nickserv/ Nickname list and information
1375 # <path>/chanserv/ Channel list and information
1376 # <path>/statserv/ Network statistics
1377 # <path>/xml-export/ XML-format database download
1378 #
1379 # Categories for which the relevant module is not loaded will not
1380 # be accessible.
1381 #
1382 # WARNING: These functions, particularly the XML export function,
1383 # can cause Services to stop for a significant period of
1384 # time while they are processed!
1385 #
1386 # This is commented out by default; make sure you implement proper
1387 # access protection (see above) before uncommenting it.
1388
1389 #Prefix "/dbaccess"
1390
1391 EndModule
1392
1393 ################################ Debug page module
1394
1395 Module httpd/debug
1396
1397 # DebugURL <path> [REQUIRED]
1398 # Sets the URL (path) at which the debug page will be accessible.
1399 # This must begin with a slash.
1400
1401 DebugURL "/debug"
1402
1403 EndModule
1404
1405 ################################ Nick/channel redirect module
1406
1407 Module httpd/redirect
1408
1409 # NicknamePrefix <path> [OPTIONAL]
1410 # Sets the URL (path) at which nickname redirects will be
1411 # accessible; all characters after this prefix, up to the next
1412 # slash, will be taken as the nickname. This must begin with a
1413 # slash. The default value, "/~", emulates the traditional home
1414 # page URL of "http://www.example.net/~username/". If you use a
1415 # directory name instead, it must end with a slash, for example:
1416 # "/nickname/". See also ChannelPrefix, below.
1417 #
1418 # If not set, nickname redirects will not be done.
1419
1420 NicknamePrefix "/~"
1421
1422 # ChannelPrefix <path> [OPTIONAL]
1423 # Sets the URL (path) at which channel redirects will be
1424 # accessible; all characters after this prefix, up to the next
1425 # slash, will be taken as the channel name (without the leading
1426 # "#", which cannot be used in URLs). The path must begin with
1427 # a slash. The default value, "/channel/", gives URLs like
1428 # "http://services.example.net/channels/channelname/" for channel
1429 # "#channelname".
1430 #
1431 # If not set, channel redirects will not be done.
1432 #
1433 # Note: If a URL could be interpreted as both a nickname URL and a
1434 # channel URL, the nickname will take precedence, even if it
1435 # is not registered or does not have a URL associated with it.
1436
1437 ChannelPrefix "/channel/"
1438
1439 EndModule
1440
1441 ################################ Top page module
1442
1443 Module httpd/top-page
1444
1445 # Filename <path> [<content-type>] [OPTIONAL]
1446 # Sets the name of a file to be delivered as the server's top page.
1447 # If this does not begin with a slash, then it is taken as relative
1448 # to the Services data directory. The second parameter specifies
1449 # the MIME content type of the file; if not given, it defaults to
1450 # text/html.
1451
1452 #Filename "Top Page.txt" text/plain
1453 #Filename /var/www/html/ircservices/top-page.html
1454
1455 # Redirect <URL> [OPTIONAL]
1456 # Sets a URL to be provided as a redirect to a client accessing the
1457 # top page. This must be a full URL, beginning with "http://" (or
1458 # some other protocol specifier). If both Filename and Redirect
1459 # are given, Redirect takes precedence.
1460
1461 #Redirect http://www.example.net/ircservices/
1462
1463 EndModule
1464
1465 ###########################################################################
1466 #
1467 # Miscellaneous modules
1468 #
1469 ###########################################################################
1470
1471 ################################ DevNull settings
1472
1473 Module misc/devnull
1474
1475 # DevNullName <nick> <string> [REQUIRED]
1476 # Specifies the nickname (first parameter) and "real" name (second
1477 # parameter) used by the DevNull pseudoclient.
1478
1479 DevNullName "DevNull" "/dev/null -- message sink"
1480
1481 EndModule
1482
1483 ################################ HelpServ settings
1484
1485 Module misc/helpserv
1486
1487 # HelpServName <nick> <string> [REQUIRED]
1488 # Specifies the nickname (first parameter) and "real" name (second
1489 # parameter) used by the HelpServ pseudoclient.
1490
1491 HelpServName "HelpServ" "Help Server"
1492
1493 # HelpDir <dirname> [REQUIRED]
1494 # Specifies the name of the subdirectory containing help files for
1495 # HelpServ.
1496
1497 HelpDir helpfiles
1498
1499 EndModule
1500
1501 ################################ XML export settings
1502
1503 Module misc/xml-export
1504
1505 # This module has no configurable settings.
1506
1507 EndModule
1508
1509 ################################ XML import settings
1510
1511 Module misc/xml-import
1512
1513 # OnNicknameCollision <action> [OPTIONAL]
1514 # Specifies the action to be taken when a nickname in the data to
1515 # import is already registered. The string must be one of either
1516 # "skipgroup" (skip over the nickname group containing the nickname
1517 # in the imported data), "skipnick" (skip only the colliding
1518 # nickname), "overwrite" (drop the existing nickname), or "abort"
1519 # (do not import any data). Note that when "abort" is selected,
1520 # the entire XML input is still checked for errors, but Services
1521 # will abort before actually merging any data.
1522 #
1523 # When using "overwrite", if a nickname group has only one nickname
1524 # and that nickname is overwritten, the nickname group will be
1525 # dropped as well. As a consequence, any channels owned by such a
1526 # nickname will be dropped (or shifted to their successors) as
1527 # well. All nicknames and channels overwritten or dropped in this
1528 # manner will be displayed on standard error.
1529 #
1530 # If not specified, defaults to "skipgroup".
1531
1532 #OnNicknameCollision skipgroup
1533
1534 # OnChannelCollision <action> [OPTIONAL]
1535 # Specifies the action to be taken when a channel in the data to
1536 # import is already registered. The string must be one of either
1537 # "skip" (skip over the channel in the imported data), "overwrite"
1538 # (drop the existing channel), or "abort" (do not import any data).
1539 # Note that when "abort" is selected, the entire XML input is still
1540 # checked for errors, but Services will abort before actually
1541 # merging any data. If not specified, defaults to "skip".
1542
1543 #OnChannelCollision skip
1544
1545 # ImportNews [OPTIONAL]
1546 # Causes news items in the XML data to be imported into the
1547 # database (normally, news items are skipped).
1548
1549 #ImportNews
1550
1551 # VerboseImport [OPTIONAL]
1552 # Causes a detailed list of imported nicknames, channels, and other
1553 # data to be printed to standard output.
1554
1555 VerboseImport
1556
1557 EndModule

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