InspIRCd Server Notice Masks
Server notice masks (snomasks) are a method of filtering the messages sent to a server operator who has user mode
s (snomask) enabled. They allow a server operator to only receive the messages that they care about.
To enable receiving server notices set user mode
s (snomask) with the server notice masks you want as a parameter to the mode.
For example, to see local and remote connections and quit notices, execute the following command:
/MODE YourNick +s +cCqQ
To disable receiving a specific type of server notice set user mode
s (snomask) again but remove masks by sending a "negative" change. For example, to disable remote connection and quit notices, execute the following command:
/MODE YourNick +s -CQ
To disable all server notice masks simply remove user mode
s (snomask) entirely:
/MODE YourNick -s
A list of the valid server notice masks and what they do is listed below.
Server Notice Masks
This page only lists core snomasks. For details on the snomasks of a specific module please refer to the appropriate page for that module.
|a||Notifications about unspecified events on the local server.|
|A||Notifications about unspecified events on a remote server.|
|c||Notifications about users connecting to the local server.|
|C||Notifications about users connecting to a remote server.|
|d||Various debug information. You probably don't want to use this.|
|f||Notifications about users being killed for flooding the local server.|
|k||Notifications about users being killed on the local server.|
|K||Notifications about users being killed on a remote server.|
|o||Notifications about users logging in and out of server operator accounts on the local server.|
|O||Notifications about users logging in and out of server operator accounts on a remote server.|
|q||Notifications about users disconnecting from the local server.|
|Q||Notifications about users disconnecting from a remote server.|
|t||Notifications about local and remote attempts to use the
|x||Notifications about X-lines being added/removed/expired on the local server.|
|X||Notifications about X-lines being added/removed/expired on a remote server.|