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Chatspace Commands and Features

IRC Commands

If you are using an IRC client instead of ChatSpace’s Client technology, you will need to use “IRC Commands” to control your chatting environment.

The following is a alphabetical list of executable commands:

/admin

Lists Administrators currently signed on:

/admin

/akill

(Administrators only) Sets a global server ban on a user :

/akill  *@TargetHostnameHere OptionalReasonHere

/away

Marks you as being "away”. Members who send a message to you automatically receive an informational message notifying them that you are “away”. Issuing the away command again marks you as no longer being away:

/away OptionalReasonHere

/clearakills

(Administrators only) removes all the global server bans from your server only:

/clearakills

/connect

(Operators and Admins) Connects another server to your server in the cluster:

/connect TargetServerNameHere

/credits

Lists the credits for ChatSpace Software:

/credits

/die

(Operators and Admins) Shuts down the chat site (be careful - you can't issue a command to restart it)

"/die" by itself will kill your server; "/die" followed by the name of a currently linked server will kill the clustered server:

/die (or /die TargetServerNameHere)

/globops

(Operators and Administrators) Sends a message to the other Operators and Admins:

/globops YourMessageHere

/help

Lists commands:

/help

/info

Lists information about a server; "/info" by itself will provide information about the server you are currently connected to:

/info OptionalTargetServerNameHere

/invite

(Room Moderators) invites a user to your invite-only room:

/invite TargetNicknameHere

/join

Joins (enters) a new room:

/join #TargetRoomHere

/kick

(Room Moderators and Administrators) Kicks a member out of the room:

/kick TargetNicknameHere #TargetRoomHereOptionalReasonHere

/kill

(Operators and Administrators) Disconnects a member from the chat site:

/kill TargetNicknameHere

/kline

(Operators and Administrators) Sets a server ban on a user:

/kline *@TargetHostnameHere OptionalReasonHere

/links

Lists all servers in the cluster currently connected to the server you are on:

/links

/list

Lists all the rooms on the chat site:

/list

/lusers

Returns counts of members, operators, administrators and rooms currently on the chat site:

/lusers

/me

Sends an action message to another member or room:

/me YourActionHere

/msg

Send a member a private message:

/msg TargetNicknameHere YourMessageHere

/mode

(Room Moderators and Administrators) To ban someone:

/mode #YourRoomHere +b *@TargetMemberHostnameHere

(-b to remove ban)

To give Strict Moderation Voice to a member:

/mode # YourRoomHere +v TargetNicknameHere 

(-v to take away voice)

To give a member temporary moderator status:

/mode # YourRoomHere  +o TargetNicknameHere

(-o to take away)

To set room "secret" (won't show up in the list):

/mode # YourRoomHere  +s

To set a password on the room:

/mode #room YourRoomHere +k YourPasswordHere

/motd

Displays the chat site’s “Message of the Day” information:

/motd

/names

Displays nickname list information.  "/names" by itself shows the nicks of every person on the chat site, or just the nicknames of the members in a particular room:

/names

/names #YourRoomNameHere

/nick

Changes your nickname:

/nick YourNewNicknameHere

/notice

Sends a member  a "quick" private message (does not open up a Person to Person chat box on their side):

/notice TargetNicknameHere YourMessageHere

/onotice

(Room Moderators only) Sends a message to the other Room Moderators:

/onotice YourMessageHere

/oper

(Operators and Administrators only) Obtain Operator or Administrator Status:

/oper YourOperIdHere YourOperPasswordHere

/part

Leave the room you are currently in:

/part #RoomNameHere

/pass

Sends the password for your registered nickname (passwords are CaSe-SeNsItIvE):

/pass YourPasswordHere

/quit

Exit the chat site:

/quit OptionalQuitMessageHere

/rakill

(Administrators only) Removes a global server ban off of your server and off of all currently linked servers:

/rakill TargetUserid@HostnameMaskHere

/services

Sends a registered room or nickname command:

/services ServicesCommandHere

See next section for list of Services commands

/setoper

(Administrators only) temporarily makes another user an Operator or Administrator; status stays until the user quits the server or you manually take it away from them

To set as Operator:

/setoper TargetNicknameHere +o (or -o to take away)

To set as Administrator:

/setoper TargetNicknameHere +a (or -a to take away)

/shun

(Administrators only) Causes ChatSpace to ignore everything said by a certain:

/shun *@TargetMembersHostnameHere 

To remove:

/shun -*@TargetMembersHostnameHere

To view all of your current shuns

/shun

/silence

Ignore everything a member says to you privately or in the room (if you're using an IRC client other than the Java Client, check your client's help files for the word "ignore"):

/silence *@TargetMembersHostnameHere

/squit

(Operators and Administrators) disconnects a currently linked server in the cluster:

/squit TargetServerNameHere

/stats

Lists prohibited nicknames:

/stats q

Lists server bans and global server bans on this server:

/stats k

Lists Operator Definition entries:

/stats o

Lists the length of time the server has been running:

/stats u

Lists client definition entries:

/stats I

Lists available commands:

/stats m

Lists client and connection classes, and their ping times:

/stats y

Lists leaves and hub servers in the cluster:

/stats h

Lists servers that are defined, but are not currently connected: /stats x

Lists Connection statistics:

/stats w

/time

Returns the server's date and time:

/time

/topic

(Room Moderators) changes the room's topic:

/topic #YourRoomNameHere YourNewTopicHere

/tour

(Room Moderators and Administrators) Send member on a Web Tour (push):

/tour TargetNicknameHere TargetURLHere

Send user to another room:

/tour /tour TargetNicknameHere TargetURLHere #TargetRoomHere

/trace

For members, lists all the operators & administrators on the server; for operators and administrators, lists of all members:

/trace

/unkline

(Operators and Administrators) Removes a (local) server ban:

/unkline *@TargetMembersHostnameHere

/version

Returns version information about the ChatSpace chat site:

/version

/who

Lists all members in a particular room:

/who #TargetRoomHere

Lists all members from a particular domain:

/who *@HostnamePatternHere

Lists  all members currently on the chat site:

/who

/whois

Returns information about a member

/whois TargetNicknameHere

/whowas

(Administrators) returns a logon history for a user:

/whowas TargetNicknameHere

 

 Note: If you are not using ChatSpace’s client technology, it is strongly recommended that you to read the help files that come with your IRC client.


 

Services Commands

This section describes the commands that can be used to control some room and nickname functions of ChatSpace Community Server.  IRC users will probably find the syntax and concepts familiar, as they are similar to those used on popular IRC networks. The ChatSpace Community Server Java Client uses these commands internally to control the server, so when using the Java Client, knowledge of these command line Services commands is not necessary.

Registering a Nickname

This command registers your nickname.

Syntax: /Services REGISTER yourNicknameHere yourPasswordHere

Example: /Services REGISTER BrOdLe tech1234

Registering a Room (Room)

This command is used to register a room.

Syntax: /Services REGISTER #yourRoomNameHere

Example: /Services REGISTER #Lobby

Changing Your Password

This command can be used to change your password.

Syntax: /Services SET yourNicknameHere PASS newPasswordHere

Example: /Services SET BrOdLe PASS thisismypassword

Using the Ghost Command

At times, you will find that you have lost your connection to the chat server. When you try to get back onto the chat, you receive a message informing you that the nickname is already in use. This is referred to as being “GHOSTed”. You can use the following command to Kill the GHOSTED nickname off the chat server so that you can sign on again.

Syntax: /Services GHOST yourNicknameHere yourPasswordHere

Example: /Services GHOST BrOdLe techpasschatspace

Resetting a Password

The following command RESETS a nickname's password such that it is identical to the nickname

Syntax: /Services RESET yourNicknameHere

Example: /Services RESET BrOdLe

Note: This command will reset the password to BrOdLe. It will set the password to the exact spelling and case of the nickname.

Changing Profile (Nickname) Settings

Syntax: /Services SET yourNicknameHere profileItemHere NewValueHere

Example: /Services SET BrOdLe EMAIL brodle@chatspace.com

Example: /Services SET Tenet URL http://www.chatspace.com

The following profile items can be used:  PASS, URL, EMAIL, INFO,REALNAME, PRIVATE, OPTIONS, AVATAR, ADMIN, IRCOP,

Setting/Changing the Room Greeting

Syntax: /Services SET #yourRoomNameHere GREET yourGreetingHere

Example: /Services SET #support GREET Welcome to Support.  Please direct your questions to the Moderators in blue

Setting Room Transcripts

Room Transcripts can be set to be either private or public.

The following command turns Transcripts ON

Syntax: /Services SET # yourRoomNameHere TRANSCRIPTS ON

Example: /Services SET #support TRANSCRIPTS ON

To turn TRANSCRIPTS off, replace OFF for ON in the Syntax

If you wish to set TRANSCRIPTS to be accessed by the public use the following syntax after you turn Transcripts ON

Syntax: /Services SET # yourRoomNameHere PUBLICTRANSCRIPTS ON

Example: /Services SET #support PUBLICTRANSCRIPTS ON

Room Owner and Moderator Passwords

Normally, Owners and Moderators receive their status as soon as they enter the room.  This is because they are defined in the Room’s Members list as having those statuses.  In some circumstances, it may be desirable to use passwords to obtain those statuses.

Syntax: /Services SET # yourRoomNameHere AOPPASS newPasswordHere

Example: /Services SET #support AOPPASS roomop1234

Syntax: /Services SET # yourRoomNameHere SOPPASS newPasswordHere

Example: /Services SET #support SOPPASS supercalfragalicious

Note: soppass refers to the room owner password; aoppass refers to the room moderator password

Using Passwords to obtain Room Moderator and Owner Status

The following command will grant you AOP (Moderator) status or SOP (owner) status

Syntax: /Services IDENTIFY # yourRoomNameHere sopPasswordHere
Example: /Services IDENTIFY #Lobby owner23pass

Syntax: /Services IDENTIFY # yourRoomNameHere aopPasswordHere 
Example: /Services IDENTIFY #Lobby techpass1233

Setting Administrator or Operator Status

The following command adds Administrator or Operator status on a user's nickname. When a user signs on, he/she is granted either Administrator or Operator status.  To turn ADMIN or IRCOP on a nickname off, substitute OFF in place of ON in the syntax.

Syntax: /Services SET yourNicknameHere ADMIN ON

Example: /Services SET BrOdLe ADMIN ON

Syntax: /Services SET yourNicknameHere IRCOP ON

Example: /Services SET Tenet IRCOP ON

Adding/Deleting Room Owners and Moderators

The following commands are to add an Owner (SOP) or a Moderator (AOP) to your room’s members list.

Syntax: /Services AOP # yourRoomNameHere ADD yourNicknameHere

Example: /Services AOP #support ADD MartianGirl

Syntax: /Services SOP # yourRoomNameHere ADD yourNicknameHere

Example: /Services SOP #support ADD Tenet

To delete an AOP or SOP from a room, use keyword DEL in place of ADD

Viewing Room or Profile Information

The following command will give you information on a registered room or nickname (profile).

Syntax: /Services INFO #yourRoomNameHere or yourNicknameHere

Example: /Services INFO #support

Example: /Services INFO Nnickee

Resetting a Room

The following command RESETS the options and settings (modes) and the ban list for a room

Syntax: /Services RESET # yourRoomNameHere

Example: /Services RESET #support

Buddy List

To add a buddy:

Syntax: /Services BUDDY yourNicknameHere ADD buddyNickHere

Example: /Services BUDDY Nnickee ADD Brodle

To remove a buddy from your list

Syntax: /Services BUDDY yourNicknameHere DELETE buddyNickHere

Example: /Services BUDDY Nnickee DELETE Xarius

To give your approval to be added to someone’s buddy list

Syntax: /Services BUDDY yourNicknameHere ACK otherMemberNickHere

Example: /Services BUDDY Nnickee ACK Xarius

To change the alias you use for a buddy in your list

Syntax: /Services BUDDY yourNicknameHere ALIAS otherMemberNickHere newAliasHere

Example: /Services BUDDY Nnickee ALIAS Xarius Good old Brian

To list your buddies

Syntax: /Services BUDDY yourNicknameHere LIST

Example: /Services BUDDY Nnickee LIST

To list your buddies, including those that haven’t been approved

Syntax: /Services BUDDY yourNicknameHere LIST ALL

Example: /Services BUDDY Nnickee LIST ALL

To see all the members who have placed you in their buddy lists

Syntax: /Services BUDDY yourNicknameHere REVERSELIST

Example: /Services BUDDY Nnickee REVERSELIST

To see all the buddy list entries waiting your approval

Syntax: /Services BUDDY yourNicknameHere APPROVALLIST

Example: /Services BUDDY Nnickee APROVALLIST

To remove yourself from a member’s buddy list, or to “disapprove” being added to a member’s buddy list

Syntax: /Services BUDDY yourNicknameHere NACK otherMemberNickHere

Example: /Services BUDDY Nnickee NACK Xarius

Using Memos

The following command checks to see if you have new memos

Syntax: /Services MEMO yourNicknameHere CHECK

Example: /Services MEMO Nnickee CHECK

To read a memo:

Syntax: /Services MEMO yourNicknameHere READ 1

Example: /Services MEMO Nnickee READ 1

To delete a memo:

Syntax: /Services MEMO yourNicknameHere DELETE 1

Example: /Services MEMO Nnickee DELETE 1

To send a memo to someone:

Syntax: /Services MEMO ToNicknameHere ADD yourMemoTextHere

Example: /Services MEMO Nnickee ADD hello there


 

Database Layout

This section documents the layout of the ChatSpace database.

The database is organized into 3 groups of tables: Configuration Tables, Audit Tables and Transcript tables.

Configuration Tables

Configuration tables contain information about the rooms and members.  The following tables are used for configuration purposes:

.       Members

.       Rooms

.       Room Members

.       Memos

.       CSConfig

.       Bans

.       Buddies

 Note:  Each table is described in the sections that follow. Primary keys are shown in blue. Indexed fields are shown in green.  Unique keys are italicized.

Members Table

The members table contains a row for each registered member of the chat site.  Depending on the configuration of the site, these may be approved members who are able to access the site, or unapproved members who are not yet able to access the chat site.  Registrations can be set to expire or become “Inactive” using the ValidUntil date/time setting.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Nick

Text

Nickname of member

Pass

Text

Password of member

Name

Text

Name of member

Info

Text

Info for member

Email

Text

Email address of member

URL

Text

URL of member

Admin

Yes/No

Administrator status

Operator

Yes/No

Operator status

Creator

Text

Identification of creator

Created

Date/Time

Date and time record was written

LastAccessed

Date/Time

Date/Time last accessed

TimeUsed

Long Integer

Total minutes accumulated online

TimeAllowed

Long Integer

Total minutes allowed online

ValidUntil

Date/Time

Date/Time the registration expires or becomes invalid

Approved

Yes/No

Member approved for access (if required)

bPrivate

Yes/No

Keep this profile information private from all except Administrators

Online

Yes/No

Indicator as to whether the user is online or not

Options

Text

Options used by the client

Avatar

Text

Name of graphic file used for avatar

Rooms Table

The Rooms Table contains information for each registered room on the chat site.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Name

Text

Name of Room

Topic

Text

Topic of room

Greeting

Text

Greeting message

Mode

Text

Mode string (coded storage of options)

AopPass

Text

AOP-level access password

SopPass

Text

SOP-level access password

Creator

Text

Identification of creator

Created

Date/Time

Date/time created

LastModeratorAccessed

Date/Time

Date/time last accessed by a moderator

Transcripts

Yes/No

Record room transcripts

TranscriptsPublic

Yes/No

Public room transcripts

Replay

Yes/No

Room Replay

ReplayType

Long Integer

Type of replay.  Lines = 0, Minutes=1

ReplayAmt

Long Integer

Amount of lines or minutes to replay

PublishingToken

Text

Token used to publish this room

CurrentMembers

Long Integer

Current number of users in the room

Dirty

Yes/No

Record updated by external source

RoomMembers Table

The RoomMembers Table contains information about the members of each room, and the level of authority that is granted.  Not all rooms require membership.  Optionally, ChatSpace will populate this table with ALL users currently in the room by dynamically adding the Nickname and selecting the “InRoom” checkbox.  These records are removed when the user leaves that room.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Nick

Text

Nickname of member

Room

Text

Roomname

Authority

Long Integer

3 = Member, 2 = Voiced Member, 1 = Moderator, 0 = Owner

InRoom

Yes/No

Temporary

Memos Table

The Memos Table contains all the memos that are currently assigned to members.  Once a memo is deleted, it is permanently removed from the database.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

ToNick

Text

Nickname of user who is recipient of this memo

FromNick

Text

Nickname of user who sent this memo

Status

Text

Status of this memo (New/Old)

Time

Date/Time

Date and time record was written

MemoText

Text

Text of memo

CSConfig Table

The CSConfig table contains some of ChatSpace’s internal configuration, such as: Database Backup Directory, Room and Nickname Expiration Periods, Transcript and Audit log retention periods.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Setting

Text

Configuration Settings Name

Value

Text

Configuration Settings Value

 

Current Entries in CSConfig Table

ID

Setting

Value

Description

1

DoExternalSpBackup

1

Should ChatSpace execute External Database Backup  1 = Yes | 2 = No

2

DoExternalSpMaint

1

Should ChatSpace execute External Database Maintenance                    1 = Yes | 2 = No

3

BackupPath

C:\Progam Files\ChatSpace\DBBackup

Local Directory ChatSpace will store the database backup.

4

RoomExpDays

0

How many days it takes for unused rooms to expire (0 = Never Expire)

5

TranscriptDays

999

How many days of transcripts (Room and Private) to leave in the database. (999 = Unlimited)

6

NickExpDays

0

How many days it takes for unused nicknames to expire (0 = never)

7

AuditDays

0

How many days of Audit Records to leave in the database (999 = Unlimited)

 

Bans Table

The Bans table contains all bans for rooms across the server.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Date

Text

Date the ban was added

RecordType

Long Integer

Record Type

Room

Text

Room name the ban is placed on

Target

Text

 

Detail

Text

Nick/UserID/IP or Hostname Details of the ban

OriginatorNick

Text

Who placed the ban

OriginatorHostname

 

That persons IP or Hostname

Global

Yes/No

Makes ban global in all rooms across the server

Expiration

Date/Time

Ban automatically removes at set date/time

 

Buddies Table

The Buddy Table contains all the memos that are currently assigned to members.  Once a memo is deleted, it is permanently removed from the database.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Nick

Text

Nickname of member owning this entry

BuddyNick

Text

Nickname of buddy

Alias

Text

Alias of this entry

Approved

Long Integer

Flag indicating that Buddy has approved entry, or isn’t requiring approval

Audit Tables

Audit tables contain information that describes the functioning of the server with respect to “interesting events”.  Some of these events relate to access, others deal configuration changes, and still others record exceptional security information. The following tables are used for audit purposes:

.       EntryExitEvents

.       BanEvents

.       SecurityEvents

.       ServerEvents

* Each table is described in the sections that follow. Primary keys are shown in blue. Indexed fields are shown in green.  Unique keys are italicized

EntryExitEvents

The EntryExitEvents table contains a record for each signon and signoff to the chat site, as well as every room entry and exit.  These records are only produced when the site’s Security configuration specifies “Auditing”.

 

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Date

Date/Time

Date and time record was written

RecordType

Long Integer

301  = SIGNON, 302  = SIGNOFF, 303 = JOIN, 304 = PART, 305 = CHANGENICK, 306 = SIGNOFFERROR

OriginatorNick

Text

Nickname of Originator

OriginatorHostname

Text

Hostname or IP Address of Originator

Detail

Text

Detail information.  In case of JOIN or PART, this is the name of the room.

CurrentUsers

Long Integer

Count of users currently on the chat site or room (for JOIN or PART)

PeakUsers

Long Integer

Peak users on the chat site or room (for JOIN or PART)

Record Types:

SIGNON

A member has signed onto the server.

SIGNOFF

A member has signed off the server.

JOIN

A member has joined (entered) a room.

PART

A member has joined (exited) a room

NICKCHANGE

A member's nickname has changed.

SIGNOFFERROR

An error occurred during the signoff process

BanEvents

The BanEvents table contains a record for each room ban and unban.  It also contains records pertaining to server bans and unbans.  These records are only produced when the site’s Security configuration specifies “Auditing”.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Date

Date/Time

Date and time record was written

RecordType

Long Integer

401 = KICK, 402 = BAN, 403 = UNBAN, 404 = KILL, 405 = SERVERBAN, 406 = SERVERUNBAN, 407 = QUIET, 408 = UNQUIET, 409 = SERVERBANHIT

OriginatorNick

Text

Nickname of Originator

OriginatorHostname

Text

Hostname or IP Address of Originator

Target

Text

Target

Detail

Text

Detail information

Record Types

KICK

Member has been kicked out of a room.

BAN

Moderator has placed a ban for a room.

UNBAN

Moderator has removed a ban for a room.

KILL

Moderator has issued a kill command to a user on the server.

SERVERBAN

Administrator or Operator has issued a server ban to user(s) on the server.

SERVERUNBAN

Administrator or Operator has removed a server ban

QUIET

Moderator has placed a quiet for a room

UNQUIET

Moderator has removed a quiet for a room

SERVERBANHIT

A member failed to login due to a server ban.

SecurityEvents

The SecurityEvents table records information pertaining to a variety of “exceptional” events including password violations, new member registration and granting of Administrator and moderator authority.  These records are only produced when the site’s Security configuration specifies “Auditing”.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Date

Date/Time

Date and time record was written

RecordType

Long Integer

501 = OPER, 502 =  MODERATOR, 503 =  DIE, 504 = RESTART, 505 = BADNICKPASS, 506 = IMPERSONATESERVICEAGENT, 507 = MASSINVITES, 508 =  NICKADD, 509  = NICKDROP, 510 =  NICKEXPIRE,  511 = GLOBALROOMLIMIT, 512  =  BADOPERPASS, 513  = ROOMMEMADD, 514 = ROOMMEMDEL,  515 = INVITE, 516 = TOUR,  517 = ROOMADD, 518 = ROOMDEL, 519 = ROOMCHANGE, 520  = NICKCHANGE

OriginatorNick

Text

Nickname of Originator

OriginatorHostname

Text

Hostname or IP Address of Originator

Detail

Text

Detail information

Record Types

Oper

Member has become an Operator or Administrator.

Moderator

Member has become a moderator in a room.

Die

An administrator has issued the DIE command, which terminates the server.

Restart

An Operator has issued the RESTART command, which terminates, then restarts, the server.

Badnickpass

A member has attempted to use a registered nickname, but has provided an incorrect password.

Impersonatesvcagent

A member has attempted to impersonate the Service Agent

Massinvites

A member has been issued a mass invites warning.

Nickdrop

A member's nickname has been dropped.

Nickadd

A member's nickname has been added.

Nickexpire

A member's nickname has expired.

Globalroomlimit

The limit for total number of rooms has been reached.

Badoperpass

A member has attempted to gain Operator or Administrator, but has provided an incorrect password.

Roommemadd

A member has been added to a room.

Roommemdel

A member has been deleted from a room.

Invite

A member has been invited to a room.

Tour

A member has been toured to a web page or another room.

RoomAdd

A room has been added

RoomDel

A room has been deleted

RoomChange

A setting for a room has been changed

NickChange

A setting for a nickname has been changed

ServerEvents

The ServerEvents table contains a record for each startup and shutdown of the chat site.  It also contains event information pertaining to server clustering.  These records are only produced when the site’s Security configuration specifies “Auditing”.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Date

Date/Time

Date and time record was written

RecordType

Long Integer

601 = START, 602 = STOP, 603 = CONNECT, 604 = DISCONN, 605 = CONNBUSY, 606 = BADKEY, 607 = INVALCONFIG, 608 = ALREADY, 609 = UNKNOWN, 610 = INCOMP, 611 = INPROG, 612 = INPROG, 613 = NICKFOCAL, 614 = SERIALDUP, 615 = BADFOCAL

ServerName

Text

Name of clustered server

ServerHostname

Text

Hostname or IP Address of server

Detail

Text

Detail information

Date

Date/Time

Date and time record was written

RecordType

Long Integer

601 = START, 602 = STOP, 603 = CONNECT, 604 = DISCONN, 605 = CONNBUSY, 606 = BADKEY, 607 = INVALCONFIG, 608 = ALREADY, 609 = UNKNOWN, 610 = INCOMP, 611 = INPROG, 612 = INPROG, 613 = NICKFOCAL, 614 = SERIALDUP, 615 = BADFOCAL

ServerName

Text

Name of clustered server

ServerHostname

Text

Hostname or IP Address of server

Detail

Text

Detail information

       
 Record Types

Connect

Another server has connected to this server using clustering (server-server linking). 

Disconn

Another server has disconnected from this server using clustering (server-server linking).

Connbusy

Another server has attempted to connect to this server using clustering (server-server linking), but there is already a connection being made to a server of that same name. 

Badkey

Another server has attempted to connect to this server using clustering (server-server linking), but it is using the same serial number as another server that is already connected.

Invalconfig

A server has attempted to connect to this server, but it is already connected via another server that is directly connected to the server on this system. 

Already

A server has attempted to connect to this server, but it is already connected. 

Badfocal

A server has attempted to connect to this server, but it is using a different server for Nickname Services. All servers connected using clustering (server-server linking) must use the same server for Nickname Services. 

Unknown

A server has attempted to connect to this server, but it is not defined in the configuration.

Incomp

A server has attempted to connect to this server, but it is running in a different network style (ChatSpace Native or IRCD (RFC1459) Compatible). Servers that link to each other must always use the same network style. 

Inprog

A server has attempted to connect to this server, but this server is already attempting to connect to it. 

Badpass

A server has attempted to connect to this server, but has provided a password that does not match the password this server expects. 

Nickfocal

 

Serialdup

A server has attempted to connect to this server, but is using the same serial number as another server already in the cluster. 

Serverstart

Server has started.

Serverstop

Server has stopped.

 

Transcript Tables

Transcript tables contain information about messages sent in rooms and private messages. The following tables are used for transcripts:

.       RoomTranscripts

.       P2PTranscripts

* Note:  Each table is described in the sections that follow. Primary keys are shown in blue. Indexed fields are shown in green.  Unique keys are italicized

RoomTranscripts Table

The Transcripts Table contains information about messages sent into rooms that are configured to record transcripts.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Date

Date/Time

Date and time record was written

RecordType

Long Integer

101 = Room Transcript

OriginatorNick

Text

Nickname of Originator

OriginatorHostname

Text

Hostname or IP Address of Originator

Verb

Text

Internal protocol command verb of message, either PRIVMSG or NOTICE

Room

Text

Name of room

MsgText

Text

Text of message

P2PTranscripts Table

The P2PTranscripts Table contains information about messages to and from members in private.

Columns

Name

Type

Description

Id

Long Integer

Record ID

Date

Date/Time

Date and time record was written

RecordType

Long Integer

201 = Person 2 Person Transcript

OriginatorNick

Text

Nickname of Originator

OriginatorHostname

Text

Hostname or IP Address of Originator

Verb

Text

Internal protocol command verb of message, either PRIVMSG or NOTICE

TargetNick

Text

Nickname of person the message was sent to

MsgText

Text

Text of message

 

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