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 Post subject: [Help Connection] [0] infected user. clean this computer.
PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2005 8:57 pm 

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hi. it's me again. this may sound like a dumb question but what do those numbers included in [ ] in the kline/gline reason stand for?

like in: [0] infected user. clean this computer blah blah blah


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0 ? odd

It means the number of users affected by the gline.



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PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2005 9:02 pm 
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Keops wrote:
hi. it's me again. this may sound like a dumb question but what do those numbers included in [ ] in the kline/gline reason stand for?

like in: [0] infected user. clean this computer blah blah blah


That refer to how many users have been glined from the same IP.

Sorry for stepping in Mitko


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0 ? odd

It means the number of users affected by the gline.


0 users ? :D no, that cant be it.


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That refer to how many users have been glined from the same IP.


no, i dont think thats it. besides, i saw this reason many times and it was always [0]. you remember the time when was that mass-gline? it was 0 also at that time.


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Keops wrote:
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That refer to how many users have been glined from the same IP.


no, i dont think thats it. besides, i saw this reason many times and it was always [0]. you remember the time when was that mass-gline? it was 0 also at that time.


Not really sure about it, but that appears only on local glines (by server).



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well somebody must know what it means. a csc admin probably.


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Keops wrote:
well somebody must know what it means. a csc admin probably.


You'll get a better and faster answer on #Help or #UserGuide, also CSC has nothing to do with gline, thats IRC Operators job.



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It`s quite simple as mitko said the number reffers to the number of users not ips affected by the gline.

If the number is 0 a rare case on undernet, it means that the gline is set on an ip that is not connected to undernet at the moment the gline is set.



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I saw that "0" under [ ] only with a specific Gline message:

* Quits: nick (identd@host) (Quit: G-lined ([0] infected! Advertising infecting web sites. Clean this computer! http://www.moosoft.com http://housecall.trendmicro.com/))

So i guess this is an exception for the rule that the number under [ ] represents the number of Glined users.

PS: no use to ask a Cservice Admin, they have nothing to do with gline/kline problems, better ask an IRCop.



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A coder would give you the right answer. Better ask in #coder-com



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maybe 0 = permanent 8)


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Hyper^ wrote:
I saw that "0" under [ ] only with a specific Gline message:

* Quits: nick (identd@host) (Quit: G-lined ([0] infected! Advertising infecting web sites. Clean this computer! http://www.moosoft.com http://housecall.trendmicro.com/))

So i guess this is an exception for the rule that the number under [ ] represents the number of Glined users.

PS: no use to ask a Cservice Admin, they have nothing to do with gline/kline problems, better ask an IRCop.


That's not really possible if it was "(Quit: G-lined " - if it was real gline it would have been "(G-lined " without that "Quit:" .


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maybe 0 = permanent 8)


There is no permament gline, all glines are based on time.



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And.. just to end this not needed discussion, when you set gline on gnuworld, the number inside [-] means how many clients are affected by the gline. If it's [0] it means the gline was set while nobody from that hostmask was connected on Undernet. If it is [1] it means 1 connected client on Undernet was affected of the gline. If it's [200] it means 200 connected clients on Undernet were affected by the gline. I hope this makes things clear, and I dunno why there was so big discussion when I already answered the question..


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Didn`t i just say that a few posts ago :roll:



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