hybrid Digest, Vol 29, Issue 2
fgeek at fgeek.fi
Sun Oct 8 14:02:06 EDT 2006
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> 1. Re: lusers (David Todd)
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> Date: Sat, 7 Oct 2006 14:04:35 -0500
> From: "David Todd" <mobilepolice at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: lusers
> To: "General IRCD-Hybrid Discussion" <hybrid at lists.ircd-hybrid.org>
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> The Max global connections is stored across the network when there are
> more than one servers involved, so that if one server dies, then comes
> back up, it will recieve the latest 'max' count when it's reconnected
> to the network.
> Local connection max is unnecessary, the only way to store this value
> would be to write it to a file on the system, which could
> theoretically be modified.
> Hybrid has had a history of being minimalist, not to the extreme, but
> to a good degree, when implementing such a 'feature', for one to gain
> more support of it, I would suggest you explain why you think it
> should be changed - I'm afraid the reasoning 'I think they should.'
> would not be sufficient in this case due to the coding involved to
> store a number...
> However, if you're looking for stasticial tracking, irc.netsplit.de
> provides an excellent (and free) resource that connects to your server
> a few times a day and records historical information.
> Hope you understand,
> On 10/7/06, Henri Salo <fgeek at fgeek.fi> wrote:
>> In version 7.2.2(SVN) lusers say something like this:
>> -!- There are 2 users and 19 invisible on 2 servers
>> -!- 2 IRC Operators online
>> -!- 5 channels formed
>> -!- I have 6 clients and 1 servers
>> -!- Current local users: 6 Max: 6
>> -!- Current global users: 21 Max: 21
>> -!- Highest connection count: 7 (6 clients) (6 connections received)
>> Those "Max" in both local and global numbers doesn't stay when I close
>> my server. I think they should.
>> Henri Salo
>> fgeek at fgeek.fi
> End of hybrid Digest, Vol 29, Issue 2
[Nerv] !edge.nerv.fi *** Oper privs are ABDGHKLNORsUX
[Nerv] !edge.nerv.fi *** Connecting to 22.214.171.124[love.nerv.fi].7667
[Nerv] !edge.nerv.fi *** Notice -- Link with
love.nerv.fi[unknown at 126.96.36.199] established: (TS TBURST TB KNOCK
UNKLN KLN GLN ENCAP CHW IE EX CLUSTER ZIP TS6 EOB QS ENC:BF/168) link
[Nerv] !edge.nerv.fi *** Notice -- End of burst from love.nerv.fi (1
And that love.nerv.fi -server doesn't give that Max. global number. Is
there a reason for that?
fgeek at fgeek.fi
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