Bahamut Oper Commands

The following outlines the features and commands
that Bahamut has for operators of the server.
- 11/13/02 - srd (
- 10/02/04 - Quension (

Based upon opers.txt for ircd-hybrid by:
ThemBones (


Usermodes: (* designates that the umode is oper only)

  +i        -  Is 'invisible'.
  +w        -  Can see wallops messages.
  +r        -  Is registered/identified to services.
  +s        -  Can see oper kill messages.
  +R        -  Will not receive messages from -r clients.
 *+a        -  Designates the user as being a services administrator.
 *+b        -  Can see chatops messages.
 *+c        -  Can see client connections and exits.
 *+d        -  Can see debug messages.
 *+e        -  Can see dccallow failure notices.
 *+f        -  Can see flood messages.
 *+g        -  Can recieve globops messages.
 *+h        -  Is available for help, being listed in /stats P
 *+j        -  Can see rejected connection notices
 *+k        -  Can see server kill messages.
 *+m        -  Can see spambot notices.
 *+n        -  Can see routing notices.
 *+o        -  Is a global IRC Operator.
 *+y        -  Can see certain information requests. (e.g. /stats)
 *+A        -  Is a server administrator.
 *+F        -  Can bypass the ircd's recvq throttling
 *+K        -  Can see U:lined kill messages
 *+O        -  Is a local IRC Operator.


Oper Commands: (+ indicates that /quote must be used with ircII)

  SQUIT         - SQUIT <server> [reason]
                  Splits <server> away from your side of the net with

  KILL          - KILL <nick> <reason>
                  Disconnects user <nick> from the IRC server he/she
                  is connected to with reason <reason>.
                  Local Opers can only kill clients on their servers.
                  Global Opers can kill clients on any server on the
                  IRC network.

  STATS         - STATS <letter> [server|nick]
                  Queries server [server] (or your own server if no
                  server parameter is given) for info corresponding to
                  LETTER (* = Oper only.)
                  * a - Shows akills
                  * c - Shows connect blocks
                  * D - Shows special clone limits
                  * d - Shows clone limit statistics
                  * G - Shows local gcos restrictions
                  * g - Shows network gcos restrictions (sglines)
                    i - Shows allow blocks
                  * K - Shows permanent K lines
                  * k - Shows temporary K lines
                    l - Shows hostname and generic info about [nick]
                  * m - Shows commands and their usage
                    n - Shows user connection counters
                    o - Shows oper blocks
                    p - Shows opers connected and their idle times
                  * Q - Shows local nick/chan restrictions
                  * q - Shows network nick/chan restrictions (sqlines)
                    r - Shows resource usage by ircd (only in DEBUGMODE)
                  * s - Shows server name cache
                  * T - Shows throttle stats
                  * t - Shows generic server stats
                  * U - Shows super (U-Lined) servers.
                    u - Shows server uptime
                    v - Shows connected servers and their idle times
                  * w - Shows fd list (only in DEBUGMODE)
                    y - Shows class blocks
                  * z - Shows memory stats
                    ? - Shows network traffic statistics

  CONNECT       - CONNECT <server_A> [port [server_B]]
                  When [server_B] is used, CONNECT asks [server_B] to
                  connect to <server_A>.  Global Opers only.

                  When [server_B] is not used, CONNECT trys to connect
                  your server to <server_A>.  Local and Global Opers.

                  When [port] is used, the connection will be attempted
                  to [port].  When [port] is not used, a default will be
                  chosen from the conf.

+ WALLOPS       - WALLOPS :<message>
                  Sends a WALLOPS message of <message> to all users
                  who are umode +w (this includes non-opers).

+ LOCOPS        - LOCOPS :<message>
                  Sends an LOCOPS message of <message> to all
                  opers on local server who are umode +g

+ GLOBOPS       - GLOBOPS :<message>
                  Sends an GLOBOPS message of <message> to all
                  opers on the network who are umode +g

+ CHATOPS       - CHATOPS :<message>
                  Sends an CHATOPS message of <message> to all
                  opers on the network who are umode +b

  TRACE         - TRACE [server|nick]
                  TRACE shows client info about [server|nick] or about
                  the server you are on if no [server|nick] is given.

                  All users that use TRACE can see the path to
                  [server|nick] if given and all servers and opers
                  connected, as well as the connection class they
                  fall into.

                  Opers can see unregistered connections on a server
                  with TRACE as well as connection class counts.

  REHASH        - REHASH [option]
                  When no [option] is given, ircd will re-read the
                  ircd.conf file.

                  [option] can be one of the following:
                    DNS       - Re-read the /etc/resolv.conf file
                    TKLINES   - Clears temporary klines
                    GC        - Performs garbage collecting of excess
                    MOTD      - Re-reads MOTD files
                    THROTTLES - Clears connection throttles
                    AKILLS    - Clears akills
                    SQLINES   - Clears sqlines
                    SGLINES   - Clears sglines
                    TSQGLINES - Clears temporary nick/channel/gcos blocks

                  Restarts the IRC server.

  CLOSE         - CLOSE
                  Close any connections from clients who have not fully
                  registered yet.

  DIE           - DIE
                  Terminates the IRC server.

+ DNS           - DNS
                  Shows some stats about ircd's asynchronous resolving

+ KLINE         - KLINE [minutes] <nick|user@host> :[reason]
                  Adds a KLINE which will ban the specified user from
                  using the server.  The banned client will receive a
                  message saying he/she is banned with reason [reason]

                  For a temporary KLINE, length of kline is given in
                  minutes as the first parameter i.e.
                  KLINE 10 <nick|user@host> :cool off for 10 minutes

                  For a permanent KLINE, use a length of 0.  Leaving out
                  the length will use a default time of 30 minutes.

+ UNKLINE       - UNKLINE <user@host>
                  -- If compiled with UNKLINE --
                  Will attempt to unkline the given <user@host>

+ SAMODE        - SAMODE <channel> <modes>
                  Allows +a opers to forcibly set the specified modes on
                  a channel, even if they do not have channel op status

+ SAJOIN        - SAJOIN <channel>
                  Allows +a opers to join a channel even if bans or modes
                  would normally block them.

+ USERIP        - USERIP <nick> [...]
                  Works exactly as USERHOST does, but displays the IP
                  instead of the resolved hostname (if any).

+ RWHO          - RWHO <options>
                  An enhanced version of WHO, supporting regular expression
                  patterns.  Use "RWHO ?" for online help.

+ CHECK         - CHECK NICK <nickname>
                  Checks for gecos restrictions, SVSHOLDs, or SGLINEs that
                  match the specific nick.

+ SET           - SET <option> <value>
                  <option> can be one of the following:
                    MAX       - Sets the number of max connections
                                to <value>.

                    -- The following three are if compiled with FLUD --
                     FLUDNUM   - Sets the number of flud messages to
                                 trip flud alarm to <value>
                     FLUDTIME  - Sets the number of seconds in which
                                  FLUDNUM msgs must occur to <value>
                     FLUDBLOCK - Sets the number of seconds to block
                                 fluds to <value>

                    -- The following are if compiled with THROTTLE_ENABLE --
                     THROTTLE ENABLE     - Enables/disables connection
                     THROTTLE COUNT      - Sets connection count to <value>
                     THROTTLE TIME       - Sets time window to <value> seconds
                     THROTTLE RECORDTIME - Sets host record time to <value>
                     THROTTLE HASH       - Resizes throttle hashtable to
                                           <value> buckets
                     LCLONES <ip>        - Displays or sets soft local clone
                                           limit for <ip> (*)
                                           to <value> (0 to reset to default)
                     GCLONES <ip>        - Displays or sets soft global clone
                                           limit for <ip> to <value>
                     DEFLCLONES          - Same as local_clones in conf
                     DEFGCLONES          - Same as global_clones in conf

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