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  1. #1
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    More details in log files

    The server, in addition to login/logout of the user/query, kick/ban and permission/server modify, can record where the user goes?

    EXAMPLE
    05/11/2015 12:00 (USER1 switched from CHANNEL1 to CHANNEL2)
    05/11/2015 15:00 (USER1 was moved from CHANNEL1 to CHANNEL2 by USER2)

  2. #2
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    The server log does not offer that detail. That isn't so important that we will add this to the server log. I think it's more spying anyways ;D

    You can create your own log with your own query.
    The command to get such the events is. 0 Stands for serverwide channels. (But also triggerst a second line with same content).
    Code:
    servernotifyregister event=channel id=0
    
    0 Stands for all channels on selected server. (But also triggers a second line with same content).
    
    example outdate:
    notifyclientmoved ctid=18547 reasonid=0 clid=24
    notifyclientmoved ctid=18547 reasonid=0 clid=24
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  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    The server log does not offer that detail. That isn't so important that we will add this to the server log. I think it's more spying anyways ;D

    You can create your own log with your own query.
    The command to get such the events is. 0 Stands for serverwide channels. (But also triggerst a second line with same content).
    Code:
    servernotifyregister event=channel id=0
    
    0 Stands for all channels on selected server. (But also triggers a second line with same content).
    
    example outdate:
    notifyclientmoved ctid=18547 reasonid=0 clid=24
    notifyclientmoved ctid=18547 reasonid=0 clid=24
    Excuse me, but I did not understand what should I do to have that type of log.

  4. #4
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    Connect with via ServerQuery with your onw tool to the server.
    Then use the command servernotifyregister event=channel id=0

    This will print you all channels that any user does join.
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  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    Connect with via ServerQuery with your onw tool to the server.
    Then use the command servernotifyregister event=channel id=0

    This will print you all channels that any user does join.
    But this does not generate any log files, is one thing only-read. Right?

    With this command, is there a possibility in the display shows the date and time?

  6. #6
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    You must log this on your own or use a tool for this (no i don't know any tool that has feature build in already).
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  7. #7
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    The paid version of YaTQA can do that.

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