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This is the README for irc2.8.21+CSr27. Basically, this is just a list
of changes...more information can be found in include/comstud.h.
Any questions or comments can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The newest versions of +CS ircds can be found at:
NOTE: Please change values in comstud.h and dog3.h to your liking...
The default values are probably less than ideal for you!
New in CSr27:
Still being developed...
1) There are noticable differences in I: lines now.
There are 4 special characters that you can stick in front
of a hostname or ip# that do special things.
These characers are:
- This will never put a ~ for a user not running identd
+ This will force people matching this I: to require identd
! This means to only allow 1 connection per ip# in this I:
# This means to allow a client to connect even if they don't
have identd. (This is only useful if your server is compiled
a) I:x::!*@*ppp*::class will only allow X connections per ip# for people
who have *ppp* in their hostname where X is given in the Y: line.
(See below in CSr25 about Y: lines).
If there is no ! and you have a limit in your Y: line, then it matches
full user@host instead of just host.
b) I:x::-*@*.cris.com::class will never show a ~, even though they may
not be running identd. (This is equivilent to the old way of not
specifying a @ in the I: line).
2) Rewrote parts of read_message() for the select() loop. There used to
be 3 loops, which have now been condensed to 1.
3) Rewrote poll() usage in read_message() so that poll() will finally work
on Solaris and you can get > 1024 fds w/o using 99% CPU!
4) Added extra charaters to deny in usernames for NO_SPECIAL. Also fixed
the fact that it wasn't checking identd replies, too.
5) Rewrote parts of check_pings() to try and make it more optimized..
6) #define RESTRICT_STATSK --
This restricts users from getting the full listing
of /stats K which they really don't need. If the user is on another
server, /stats k <yourserver> will just tell them if they are banned or
not. If they are, it shows them the bans. If the user is on your
server, they may: /stats k * <nick or user@host> and it'll tell them
if that nick or user@host is banned. And yes, opers can still get
the full stats k output. Maybe this is bad, maybe not, but I did it.
So, opers can /stats k, or they can /stats k * <nick or user@host>
7) #define PASS_KLINES --
Hrm, well, this will pass /quote kline's to our downlinks/uplinks.
This is not very useful right now, as it sends to ALL servers connected
to you. Note that all servers cept +CS servers (currently) will
ignore it. See #8:
8) #define ALLOW_KLINES_FROM_SERVERS --
Define this if you wish to parse the klines that are sent from #7.
Note, you have to select which servers to accept from. See #9:
9) #define ALLOWED_KLINES --
Define this to the servers you wish to allow klines from. Ie,
#define ALLOWED_KLINES "*.cris.com *.netcom.com"
This only allows k-lines to be accepted from those servers!
10) Changed some values in config.h dealing with auto-reconnecting
to servers. Servers are trying to reconnect too quickly and
are causing a lot of problems. It's good to wait about 30 seconds
before trying to reconnect.
11) Added a /quote HTM which tries to tell you our current rate of
in coming data...not sure if it's totally accurate, but it's
12) Added /quote ADDKLINES for those using dated klines files...
It allows you to /quote addklines 961017
13) Eliminated mass messaging by disallowing more than 10 nicknames
for PRIVMSG nick1,nick2,...nick10. It notices /oper's if a person
tries more than 20, which means he's probably trying to abuse.
Some people are going to be pissed, because it breaks their
chanop-wall scripts, but screw them. Privmsg nick1,nick2 should be
disallowed to happen at the same time (without penalty anyway).
(Maybe it should just lag the users really bad?)
14) Added a lot of typecasting to s_bsd.c, which at least eliminates
all compiler warnings on Solaris, which should be okay for other
15) Fixed the problem of rehashing with a new P: line on Solaris.
You can now add ports as you wish without a problem.
16) Fixed the accept: Protocol error on Solaris. Solaris's accept()
returns EPROTO when a connection dies before or as it's accept()'d.
17) Fixed some other getsockopt() errors that would happen occasionally...
(at least on Solaris)
18) Added more stats to /stats ? (to be more like Taner's)
19) Added RPL_ENDOFTRACE to be like /digi and +th
20) Added more informative messages to the user for Invalid username
rejections and bot rejections.
21) Fixed a problem with early releases of CSr25 where it was trying to
kill people who were already killed (m_kill). Don't ask =)
22) Now canonizing blah,blah,blah in /topic, /list and, /whowas.
23) Upped the NICKNAMEHISTORYLENGTH size in config.h to 15000. This uses
around 3 megs of RAM. If you don't have that to spare, lower this.
Currently, there is usually around 10000 out of 15000 used.
24) When a KILL line takes effect, kick the user off with the reason,
instead of just "K-lined".
25) Cleaned up a lot of the code that figures out the MAX_BUFFER size
for reads and writes.
26) Upped listen(, 5) to listen(, 1024)
27) Fixed a place where fds weren't being removed from the fdlists when
a client was exiting.
28) Removed the source ports for clients from /stats L
CSr26 wasn't released.
New in CSr25:
1) Fixed a bug in a patch that DWildstar gave me in CSr21.
No more spewing of "Would have caused fake directions" for my
2) Fixed BETTER_MOTD where the motd would not be present until
you /rehash'd the server...and sometimes when /rehash'ing it
3) Fixed LIMIT_UH stuff. Actually, it's changed a bit. The limit #
is set via the connection frequency field of the class (Y: line)
For example, I:*.slavery.com::*.slavery.com::1
That will allow only 1 unique u@h from *.slavery.com
This way you can put "2" or so for the class that you use for
open *@* I: lines if you want to allow them 2 connections...etc.
4) You can now #define USE_POLL on SunOS to use SunOS's poll()
5) Created a new usermode +d, and moved "Identd response differs"
6) Created a new usermode +b, and moved the Bot/Invalid username
notices to it.
7) Created a new usermode +l, and moved UH_LIMIT reject notices there
8) Got rid of the +r usermode, which is in 2.9 servers.
New in CSr24:
1) BUFFERED_LOGS were not logging at all...this is fixed.
2) Patched match.c to fix coredumps
3) Attempted to add poll(), using basically all of the code from 2.9
This is for Solaris folks only, of course. There is a #define in
config.h for "USE_POLL" after the section where you #define SOL20
4) Added #define LIMIT_UH. You can now limit your server to only allow
a certain # of connections from a u@h...For example, LIMIT_UH 1 will
only allow 1 u@h per client. If another person with the same u@h tries
to connect, they will be rejected. While on IRC, you can /QUOTE LIMITUH #
5) Added a notice to opers when a person tries to "evade" identd.
I had this in one of my 2.8.16 ircds, but when ds2 added it to his, it
reminded me that I had forgotten to carry it over to my 2.8.21 series...
Thanks, buddy =) Sorry, I am going to stick with using identd replies
for clients' usernames.
New in CSr23:
1) Changed the timing of the NO_NICK_FLOODS stuff. If you change your
nick 4 times within 15 seconds, you can't change your nick for 30 seconds.
2) Commented out the flushing of dns cache when /rehashing. There seems
to be a problem on some OS's where the cache isn't cleared and ircd
coredumps soon after the rehash() function ends.
3) Changed read_motd() to work on all systems. On AIX the last line
of the motd was being read 2 times.
4) Fixed a small bug where 'motd' wasn't init'd correctly when the
server would start.
New in CSr22:
1) Fixed REJECT_BOTS stuff. This was broken starting with r20 or so.
The actual problem was just a missing closing comment (*/) in comstud.h
2) Fixed K: lines that I broke in ircd.c in r21. I had an /* instead of */
which basically commented out all the K: checking.
3) Fixed the mode #chan +k bug.
4) Added BETTER_MOTD which keeps the ircd.motd in RAM which saves a lot
of disk access on high-access client servers
If you change the /motd, just /rehash to "reload" it.
5) Added BUFFERED_LOGS which doesn't write to users.log and clones.log
each time a client exits or is rejected for cloning. This should
save some disk access as well, tho using a bit more RAM :-/
6) Disabled channel TS stuff once again.
New in CSr21:
1) Readded IDLE_CHECK, using ds2's idea of not allowing them to reconnect
after being kicked off.
2) Added a NO_NICK_FLOODS define, disallowing users to change nicks after
3 times in 60 seconds.
3) Added DWildstar's patches for "Non-chanop" messages..
4) Fixed bugs in s_user.c dealing with TS (found by Taner)
5) Hopefully fixed "Invis count off" notices...
6) Reenabled channel TS stuff.
7) Tried to fix a bug where the server sends "Odd Server Stuff" to clients
New in CSr20:
1) Removed an #ifdef from dbuf.c which causes some problems on some OS's
2) Fixed, and commented out a function in dich_conf() that isn't used
3) Fixed EAGAIN problem on connect() on DG/UX, thanks to
Greg Moeller <email@example.com>
For DGUX, add #define DGUX to config.h or comstud.h
4) Added orabidoo's TS patch to stop wrong deop's.
5) Patched TS to show deoppings to come from local server, not remote
firstname.lastname@example.org helped me with this one...
6) m_lusers (/LUSERS) now uses pre-computed info. This should save
hella CPU on heavily cliented servers
PS, my channel counting counts secret channels...the old version
of ircd did not...who knows why, but you can get the real # of
channels via /stats z anyway.
7) Optimized the linear list for K: lines in DICH_CONF (the non-sortable ones)
8) Removed DICH_CONF & DOUGH_HASH defines...made them part of stock +CS
Also, did the same thing for DBUF_TAIL
9) Applied DOUGH_HASH routines to channel hashing too...
10) Kline comment is now displayed to other real ops when the k-line is done
11) Moved rest of nick collisions into +f
12) Moved "Too many", "Unauth" and so forth messages into +u
New in CSr19:
1) Oops, fixed how klining with no reason will core the server =(
New in CSr18:
1) Fix from Philippe for dich_conf K: line matching and so forth...
2) Added B: lines to desigate hosts/ip#'s to ignore for bot/clone checking
if defined...Thanks to Philippe for this as well
Note: BOT_IP_IGNORE is no longer a #define, you must use B: lines
(the same way as K: and I: lines to specify a host/ip or so forth
to make pass thru the bot/clone check...)
3) Fixed DEBUGMODE and DOUGH_HASH not being able to be defined together (?)
4) Remove IDLE checking for disconnecting IDLE users...this patch was
basically a waste, since most clients auto-reconnect...maybe I'll do
something that won't let the clients reconnect...we'll see...
5) Removed the #define's for removing flood control for opers...if you want
this, you will have to hack it in yourself...I don't want to catch any
crap for it =)
6) Minimal performance improvement, lowering the # of calls to time()
7) Performance improvements, removing K: lines from the main linear
"conf" list, when using DICH_CONF...before, it still added them to
the "conf" list, and also kept them in separate DICH lists...This
improves the speed in looking up I:/Y: lines and so forth...so when
clients connect, less CPU is used.
8) Added #define for E-lines. These lines are for hosts that should
be allowed to connect, even if it matches a K-line...for instance,
K-line all of *netcom.com, E-line *cbehrens@*netcom.com to allow it
to connect (This is only valuable to open I: servers mostly)
9) When using QUOTE KLINE with DICH_CONF, the K-line is added to ircd.conf
and added in memory internally without rereading the whole ircd.conf
10) Fixed various other things with QUOTE KLINE...
11) Fixed timezone bug
12) Added #define RESTRICT, so that you can #define whether or not
you want to disable /list, and /lusers when in dog3's HTM
New in CSr17:
1) Updates for +TSora
New in CSr16:
1) TSora - A timestamping protocal which disallows "op hacking" and nick
Thanks to Roger Espel Llima <email@example.com>
2) Better kline checking - This should be faster, and use less CPU
Thanks to Philippe Levan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
3) Fixed /rehash not working when the server is in dog3's High Traffic Mode
4) Added nicknames to users.log
5) Upped values in dog3.h, config.h, and hash.c for larger sendqs and a
bigger hash table for clients.