All commands and names are case insensitive.
CONNECT target [port] [source]
Initiate a connection attempt to server target. If a port is given, connect to that port on the target, otherwise use the one given in ircd.conf. If source is given, tell that server to initiate the connection attempt, otherwise it will be made from the server you are attached to.
SQUIT server [reason]
Closes down the link to server from the current server. If a reason is given, it will be sent out in the server notices on both sides of the link.
REHASH [DNS | IP | TKLINES | GC | MOTD | OMOTD | HELP | DLINES]
With no parameter given, ircd.conf will be re-read and parsed.
Reload the internal IP hash. Don't use it unless you know what that means.
Clear all temporary K:lines
Force immediate garbage collection
Reload the MOTD file
Reload the operator MOTD file
Reload the help file
Cause an immediate total shutdown of the IRC server, and restart from scratch as if it had just been executed.
DIE server [reason]
Immediately terminate the IRC server, after sending notices to all connected clients and servers, optionally with the given reason
This command cannot be used remotely. The server name is used only as a safety measure.
HTM [ON | OFF | TO rate | QUIET | NOISY]
With no parameters, the server will return the current HTM rate and status
High Traffic Mode controls how the server polls it's connections. When HTM is on, the server will poll server and high-priority connections more often, making it more efficient on those connections. This will make it notably less efficient at handling normal local client traffic.
Forces HTM on
Forces HTM off
Sets the traffic level at which the server will automatically switch HTM on until things calm down
Prevents the server from notifying the operators when HTM is activated/deactivated
Makes the server notify operators when HTM is activated/deactivated
SET [LOG | MAX | FLUDNUM | FLUDTIME | FLUDBLOCK | SPLITDELAY | SMALLNET | SPAMNUM | SPAMTIME] value
The SET command sets a runtime-configurable value
Logging level for ircd.log and syslog
Set the maximum connections allowed (may not exceed the compiled-in value HARD_FDLIMIT)
The number of messages needed to trip the flud alarm
Number of seconds in which FLUDNUM messages must occur to trip the flud alarm
Number of seconds to block fluds for. 0 disables flud checking.
Number of seconds in which DRONECOUNT messages must occur to trip the drone alarm
Number of messages which constitutes a drone flood. 0 disables drone flood checking.
Number of minutes after a connect burst begins until joining an empty channel will give you ops
Sets the number of servers which are needed to constitute "attached to the network", as opposed to "split"
Sets the number of JOINs/PARTs which constitutes a possible spambot
Staying on a channel for less than this length of time adds to the SPAMNUM count
Shows some internal hashing statistics. If you don't know what it means, don't use it.
Shows some statistics about the internal asynchronous resolver. If you don't know what it means, don't use it.