GLOBAL

 Syntax: /msg Global GLOBAL message

 Global commands:
 GLOBAL         Send a message to all users
 HELP           Displays this list and give information about commands

 Allows Administrators to send messages to all users on the
 network.

STATS

 Syntax: /msg OperServ STATS [AKILL | ALL | RESET | MEMORY | UPLINK]
 
 Without any option, shows the current number of users and
 IRCops online (excluding Services), the highest number of
 users online since Services was started, and the length of
 time Services has been running.
 
 With the AKILL option, displays the current size of the
 AKILL list and the current default expiry time.
 
 The RESET option currently resets the maximum user count
 to the number of users currently present on the network.
 
 The MEMORY option displays information on the memory
 usage of Services. Using this option can freeze Services for
 a short period of time on large networks; don't overuse it!
 
 The UPLINK option displays information about the current
 server Anope uses as an uplink to the network.
 
 The ALL displays the user and uptime statistics, and
 everything you'd see with MEMORY and UPLINK options.
 
 UPTIME may be used as a synonym for STATS.

OPER

 Syntax: /msg OperServ OPER ADD nick
         OPER DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
         OPER LIST [mask | list]
         OPER CLEAR
 
 Allows the Services Root Admins to add or remove nicknames
 to or from the Services operator list.  A user whose nickname
 is on the Services operator list and who has identified to
 OperServ will be able to access Services operator commands.
 
 The OPER ADD command adds the given nickname to the
 Services operator list.
 
 The OPER DEL command removes the given nick from the
 Services operator list.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
 those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST below.)
 
 The OPER LIST command displays the Services operator list.
 If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
 mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
 only those entries are shown; for example:

    OPER LIST 2-5,7-9
       Lists Services operator entries numbered 2 through
       5 and 7 through 9.
 
 The OPER CLEAR command clears all entries of the
 Services operator list.
 
 Any IRC operator may use the OPER LIST form of the command.

ADMIN

 Syntax: /msg OperServ ADMIN ADD nick
         ADMIN DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
         ADMIN LIST [mask | list]
         ADMIN CLEAR
 
 Allows the Services root to add or remove nicknames
 to or from the Services admin list.  A user whose nickname
 is on the Services admin list and who has identified to
 OperServ will be able to access Services admin commands.
 
 The ADMIN ADD command adds the given nickname to the
 Services admin list.
 
 The ADMIN DEL command removes the given nick from the
 Services admin list.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
 those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST below.)
 
 The ADMIN LIST command displays the Services admin list.
 If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
 mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
 only those entries are shown; for example:

    ADMIN LIST 2-5,7-9
       Lists Services admin entries numbered 2 through
       5 and 7 through 9.
 
 The ADMIN CLEAR command clears all entries of the
 Services admin list.
 
 Any IRC operator may use the ADMIN LIST form of the command.
 All other use limited to Services root.

IGNORE

 Syntax: /msg OperServ IGNORE {ADD|DEL|LIST|CLEAR} [time] [nick | mask]
 
 Allows Services Admins to make Services ignore a nick or mask
 for a certain time or until the next restart. The default
 time format is seconds. You can specify it by using units.
 Valid units are: s for seconds, m for minutes,
 h for hours and d for days.
 Combinations of these units are not permitted.
 To make Services permanently ignore the user, type 0 as time.
 When adding a mask, it should be in the format user@host
 or nick!user@host, everything else will be considered a nick.
 Wildcards are permitted.
 
 Ignores will not be enforced on IRC Operators.

MODE

 Syntax: /msg OperServ MODE channel modes
 
 Allows Services operators to set channel modes for any
 channel.  Parameters are the same as for the standard /MODE
 command.

UMODE

 Syntax: /msg OperServ UMODE user modes
 
 Allows Super Admins to set user modes for any user.
 Parameters are the same as for the standard /MODE
 command.

OLINE

 Syntax: /msg OperServ OLINE user flags
 
 Allows Super Admins to give Operflags to any user.
 Flags have to be prefixed with a "+" or a "-". To
 remove all flags simply type a "-" instead of any flags.

CLEARMODES

 Syntax: /msg OperServ CLEARMODES channel [ALL]
 
 Clears all binary modes (i,k,l,m,n,p,s,t) and bans from a
 channel.  If ALL is given, also clears all ops and
 voices (+o and +v modes) from the channel.

KICK

 Syntax: /msg OperServ KICK channel user reason
 
 Allows staff to kick a user from any channel.
 Parameters are the same as for the standard /KICK
 command.  The kick message will have the nickname of the
 IRCop sending the KICK command prepended; for example:
 
 *** SpamMan has been kicked off channel #my_channel by OperServ (Alcan (Flood))

AKILL

 Syntax: /msg OperServ AKILL ADD [+expiry] mask reason
         AKILL DEL {mask | entry-num | list}
         AKILL LIST [mask | list]
         AKILL VIEW [mask | list]
         AKILL CLEAR
 
 Allows Services operators to manipulate the AKILL list.  If
 a user matching an AKILL mask attempts to connect, Services
 will issue a KILL for that user and, on supported server
 types, will instruct all servers to add a ban (K-line) for
 the mask which the user matched.
 
 AKILL ADD adds the given user@host/ip mask to the AKILL
 list for the given reason (which must be given).
 expiry is specified as an integer followed by one of d
 (days), h (hours), or m (minutes).  Combinations (such as
 1h30m) are not permitted.  If a unit specifier is not
 included, the default is days (so +30 by itself means 30
 days).  To add an AKILL which does not expire, use +0.  If the
 usermask to be added starts with a +, an expiry time must
 be given, even if it is the same as the default.  The
 current AKILL default expiry time can be found with the
 STATS AKILL command.
 
 The AKILL DEL command removes the given mask from the
 AKILL list if it is present.  If a list of entry numbers is
 given, those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST
 below.)
 
 The AKILL LIST command displays the AKILL list.
 If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
 mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
 only those entries are shown; for example:

    AKILL LIST 2-5,7-9
       Lists AKILL entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7
       through 9.
 
 AKILL VIEW is a more verbose version of AKILL LIST, and
 will show who added an AKILL, the date it was added, and when
 it expires, as well as the user@host/ip mask and reason.
 
 AKILL CLEAR clears all entries of the AKILL list.

SGLINE

 Syntax: /msg OperServ SGLINE ADD [+expiry] mask:reason
     SGLINE DEL {mask | entry-num | list}
         SGLINE LIST [mask | list]
         SGLINE VIEW [mask | list]
         SGLINE CLEAR
 
 Allows Services operators to manipulate the SGLINE list.  If
 a user with a realname matching an SGLINE mask attempts to
 connect, Services will not allow it to pursue his IRC
 session.
 
 SGLINE ADD adds the given realname mask to the SGLINE
 list for the given reason (which must be given).
 expiry is specified as an integer followed by one of d
 (days), h (hours), or m (minutes).  Combinations (such as
 1h30m) are not permitted.  If a unit specifier is not
 included, the default is days (so +30 by itself means 30
 days).  To add an SGLINE which does not expire, use +0.  If the
 realname mask to be added starts with a +, an expiry time must
 be given, even if it is the same as the default.  The
 current SGLINE default expiry time can be found with the
 STATS AKILL command.
 Note: because the realname mask may contain spaces, the
 separator between it and the reason is a colon.
 
 The SGLINE DEL command removes the given mask from the
 SGLINE list if it is present.  If a list of entry numbers is
 given, those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST
 below.)
 
 The SGLINE LIST command displays the SGLINE list.
 If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
 mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
 only those entries are shown; for example:

    SGLINE LIST 2-5,7-9
       Lists SGLINE entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7
       through 9.
 
 SGLINE VIEW is a more verbose version of SGLINE LIST, and
 will show who added an SGLINE, the date it was added, and when
 it expires, as well as the realname mask and reason.
 
 SGLINE CLEAR clears all entries of the SGLINE list.

SQLINE

 Syntax: /msg OperServ SQLINE ADD [+expiry] mask reason
         SQLINE DEL {mask | entry-num | list}
         SQLINE LIST [mask | list]
         SQLINE VIEW [mask | list]
         SQLINE CLEAR
 
 Allows Services operators to manipulate the SQLINE list.  If
 a user with a nick matching an SQLINE mask attempts to
 connect, Services will not allow it to pursue his IRC
 session.

 If the first character of the mask is #, services will
 prevent the use of matching channels (on IRCds that
 support it).
 
 SQLINE ADD adds the given mask to the SQLINE
 list for the given reason (which must be given).
 expiry is specified as an integer followed by one of d
 (days), h (hours), or m (minutes).  Combinations (such as
 1h30m) are not permitted.  If a unit specifier is not
 included, the default is days (so +30 by itself means 30
 days).  To add an SQLINE which does not expire, use +0.
 If the mask to be added starts with a +, an expiry time
 must be given, even if it is the same as the default. The
 current SQLINE default expiry time can be found with the
 STATS AKILL command.
 
 The SQLINE DEL command removes the given mask from the
 SQLINE list if it is present.  If a list of entry numbers is
 given, those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST
 below.)
 
 The SQLINE LIST command displays the SQLINE list.
 If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
 mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
 only those entries are shown; for example:

    SQLINE LIST 2-5,7-9
       Lists SQLINE entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7
       through 9.
 
 SQLINE VIEW is a more verbose version of SQLINE LIST, and
 will show who added an SQLINE, the date it was added, and when
 it expires, as well as the mask and reason.
 
 SQLINE CLEAR clears all entries of the SQLINE list.

SZLINE

 Syntax: /msg OperServ SZLINE ADD [+expiry] mask reason
         SZLINE DEL {mask | entry-num | list}
         SZLINE LIST [mask | list]
         SZLINE VIEW [mask | list]
         SZLINE CLEAR
 
 Allows Services operators to manipulate the SZLINE list.  If
 a user with an IP matching an SZLINE mask attempts to
 connect, Services will not allow it to pursue his IRC
 session (and this, whether the IP has a PTR RR or not).
 
 SZLINE ADD adds the given IP mask to the SZLINE
 list for the given reason (which must be given).
 expiry is specified as an integer followed by one of d
 (days), h (hours), or m (minutes).  Combinations (such as
 1h30m) are not permitted.  If a unit specifier is not
 included, the default is days (so +30 by itself means 30
 days).  To add an SZLINE which does not expire, use +0.  If the
 realname mask to be added starts with a +, an expiry time must
 be given, even if it is the same as the default.  The
 current SZLINE default expiry time can be found with the
 STATS AKILL command.
 
 The SZLINE DEL command removes the given mask from the
 SZLINE list if it is present.  If a list of entry numbers is
 given, those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST
 below.)
 
 The SZLINE LIST command displays the SZLINE list.
 If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
 mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
 only those entries are shown; for example:

    SZLINE LIST 2-5,7-9
       Lists SZLINE entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7
       through 9.
 
 SZLINE VIEW is a more verbose version of SZLINE LIST, and
 will show who added an SZLINE, the date it was added, and when
 it expires, as well as the IP mask and reason.
 
 SZLINE CLEAR clears all entries of the SZLINE list.

SET

 Syntax: /msg OperServ SET option setting

 Sets various global Services options.  Option names
 currently defined are:
     READONLY   Set read-only or read-write mode
     LOGCHAN    Report log messages to a channel
     DEBUG      Activate or deactivate debug mode
     NOEXPIRE   Activate or deactivate no expire mode
     SUPERADMIN Activate or deactivate super-admin mode
     SQL        Activate or deactivate sql mode
     IGNORE     Activate or deactivate ignore mode
     LIST       List the options
  • SET READONLY
 Syntax: /msg OperServ SET READONLY {ON | OFF}
 
 Sets read-only mode on or off.  In read-only mode, normal
 users will not be allowed to modify any Services data,
 including channel and nickname access lists, etc.  IRCops
 with sufficient Services privileges will be able to modify
 Services' AKILL list and drop or forbid nicknames and
 channels, but any such changes will not be saved unless
 read-only mode is deactivated before Services is terminated
 or restarted.
 
 This option is equivalent to the command-line option
 -readonly.
  • SET LOGCHAN
 Syntax: /msg OperServ SET LOGCHAN {ON | OFF}

 With this setting on, Services will send its logs to a specified
 channel as well as the log file. LogChannel must also be defined
 in the Services configuration file for this setting to be of any
 use.
 
 This option is equivalent to the command-line option -logchan.
 
 Note: This can have strong security implications if your log
 channel is not properly secured.
  • SET DEBUG
 Syntax: /msg OperServ SET DEBUG {ON | OFF | num}
 
 Sets debug mode on or off.  In debug mode, all data sent to
 and from Services as well as a number of other debugging
 messages are written to the log file.  If num is
 given, debug mode is activated, with the debugging level set
 to num.

 This option is equivalent to the command-line option
 -debug.
  • SET LIST
 Syntax: /msg OperServ SET LIST

 Display the various OperServ settings
  • SET NOEXPIRE
 Syntax: /msg OperServ SET NOEXPIRE {ON | OFF}

 Sets no expire mode on or off.  In no expire mode, nicks,
 channels, akills and exceptions won't expire until the
 option is unset.

 This option is equivalent to the command-line option
 -noexpire.
  • SET SQL
 Syntax: /msg OperServ SET SQL {ON | OFF}

 Setting this will toggle Anope's usage of SQL, this should
 be used to disable and enable SQL should your SQL server go down
 while services are running.
  • SET SUPERADMIN
 Syntax: /msg OperServ SET SUPERADMIN {ON | OFF}

 Setting this will grant you extra privileges such as the
 ability to be "founder" on all channel's etc...

 This option is not persistent, and should only be used when
 needed, and set back to OFF when no longer needed.

NOOP

 Syntax: /msg OperServ NOOP SET server
         NOOP REVOKE server

 NOOP SET remove all O:lines of the given
 server and kill all IRCops currently on it to
 prevent them from rehashing the server (because this
 would just cancel the effect).

 NOOP REVOKE makes all removed O:lines available again
 on the given server.

 Note: The server is not checked at all by the
 Services.

JUPE

 Syntax: /msg OperServ JUPE server [reason]
 
 Tells Services to jupiter a server -- that is, to create
 a fake "server" connected to Services which prevents
 the real server of that name from connecting.  The jupe
 may be removed using a standard SQUIT.  If a reason is
 given, it is placed in the server information field;
 otherwise, the server information field will contain the
 text "Juped by <nick>", showing the nickname of the
 person who jupitered the server.

RAW

 Syntax: /msg OperServ RAW text
 
 Sends a string of text directly to the server to which
 Services is connected.  This command has a very limited
 range of uses, and can wreak havoc on a network if used
 improperly.  DO NOT USE THIS COMMAND unless you are
 absolutely certain you know what you are doing!
 
 This command is disabled on GeekShed

UPDATE

 Syntax: /msg OperServ UPDATE
 
 Causes Services to update all database files as soon as you
 send the command.

RELOAD

 Syntax: /msg OperServ RELOAD

 Causes Services to reload the configuration file. Note that
 some directives still need the restart of the Services to
 take effect (such as Services' nicknames, activation of the
 session limitation, etc.)

QUIT

 Syntax: /msg OperServ QUIT
 
 Causes Services to do an immediate shutdown; databases are
 not saved.  This command should not be used unless
 damage to the in-memory copies of the databases is feared
 and they should not be saved.  For normal shutdowns, use the
 SHUTDOWN command.

SHUTDOWN

 Syntax: /msg OperServ SHUTDOWN
 
 Causes Services to save all databases and then shut down.

RESTART

 Syntax: /msg OperServ RESTART
 
 Causes Services to save all databases and then restart
 (i.e. exit and immediately re-run the executable).

CHANLIST

 Syntax: /msg OperServ CHANLIST [{pattern | nick} [SECRET]]
 
 Lists all channels currently in use on the IRC network, whether they
 are registered or not.

 If pattern is given, lists only channels that match it. If a nickname
 is given, lists only the channels the user using it is on. If SECRET is
 specified, lists only channels matching pattern that have the +s or
 +p mode.

USERLIST

 Syntax: /msg OperServ USERLIST [{pattern | channel} [INVISIBLE]]
 
 Lists all users currently online on the IRC network, whether their
 nick is registered or not.
 
 If pattern is given, lists only users that match it (it must be in
 the format nick!user@host). If channel is given, lists only users
 that are on the given channel. If INVISIBLE is specified, only users
 with the +i flag will be listed.

EXCEPTION

 Syntax: /msg OperServ EXCEPTION ADD [+expiry] mask limit reason
         EXCEPTION DEL {mask | list}
         EXCEPTION MOVE num position
         EXCEPTION LIST [mask | list]
         EXCEPTION VIEW [mask | list]
 
 Allows Services admins to manipulate the list of hosts that
 have specific session limits - allowing certain machines,
 such as shell servers, to carry more than the default number
 of clients at a time. Once a host reaches it's session limit,
 all clients attempting to connect from that host will be
 killed. Before the user is killed, they are notified, via a
 /NOTICE from OperServ, of a source of help regarding session
 limiting. The content of this notice is a config setting.
 
 EXCEPTION ADD adds the given host mask to the exception list.
 Note that nick!user@host and user@host masks are invalid!
 Only real host masks, such as box.host.dom and *.host.dom,
 are allowed because sessions limiting does not take nick or
 user names into account. limit must be a number greater than
 or equal to zero. This determines how many sessions this host
 may carry at a time. A value of zero means the host has an
 unlimited session limit. See the AKILL help for details about
 the format of the optional expiry parameter.
 EXCEPTION DEL removes the given mask from the exception list.
 EXCEPTION MOVE moves exception num to position. The
 exceptions inbetween will be shifted up or down to fill the gap.
 EXCEPTION LIST and EXCEPTION VIEW show all current
 exceptions; if the optional mask is given, the list is limited
 to those exceptions matching the mask. The difference is that
 EXCEPTION VIEW is more verbose, displaying the name of the
 person who added the exception, it's session limit, reason,
 host mask and the expiry date and time.
 
 Note that a connecting client will "use" the first exception
 their host matches. Large exception lists and widely matching
 exception masks are likely to degrade services' performance.

SESSION

 Syntax: /msg OperServ SESSION LIST threshold
         SESSION VIEW host
 
 Allows Services admins to view the session list.

 SESSION LIST lists hosts with at least threshold sessions.
 The threshold must be a number greater than 1. This is to
 prevent accidental listing of the large number of single
 session hosts.
 SESSION VIEW displays detailed information about a specific
 host - including the current session count and session limit.
 The host value may not include wildcards.

 See the EXCEPTION help for more information about session
 limiting and how to set session limits specific to certain
 hosts and groups thereof.

CHANKILL

 Syntax: /msg OperServ CHANKILL [+expiry] channel reason

 Puts an AKILL for every nick on the specified channel. It
 uses the entire and complete real ident@host for every nick,
 then enforces the AKILL.

DEFCON

 Syntax: /msg OperServ DEFCON [1|2|3|4|5]

 The defcon system can be used to implement a pre-defined
 set of restrictions to services useful during an attempted
 attack on the network.

MODINFO

 Syntax: /msg OperServ MODINFO FileName
 
 This command lists information about the specified loaded module.

MODLIST

 Syntax: /msg OperServ MODLIST [Core|3rd|protocol|encryption|supported|qatested]
 
 Lists all currently loaded modules.

MODLOAD

 Syntax: /msg OperServ MODLOAD FileName
 
 This command loads the module named FileName from the modules
 directory.

MODUNLOAD

 Syntax: /msg OperServ MODUNLOAD FileName
 
 This command unloads the module named FileName from the modules
 directory.

SVSNICK

 Syntax: /msg OperServ SVSNICK nick newnick
 
 Forcefully changes a user's nickname from nick to newnick.
 Limited to Super Admins.