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== My Channel is being flooded! HELP! ==
 
== My Channel is being flooded! HELP! ==
  
'''Note:''' When reporting to #services, don't paste lines, '''pastebin''' them. If you paste lines, it is considered flooding and you will be '''akilled''' for 30 minutes.
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'''Note:'''
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:When reporting to '''#services''', do '''not''' paste lines directly; instead, '''[https://pastebin.com pastebin]''' them. If you paste lines, it is considered flooding and you will be '''akilled''' for 30 minutes.
  
  
  
  
If your channel is being '''join''' flooded:
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=== Your Channel is ''Join''-Flooded ===
  
*  Assign LimitServ to your channel. You can do so via '''/msg FunServ request LimitServ #yourchannel'''. You must be the channel founder to do this. LimitServ sets a limit accordingly so that it won't spam your channel with mode changes, while keeping the flooding out.
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*  Assign '''LimitServ''' to your channel: <code>/msg LimitServ request <em>#channel</em></code><br /> You '''must''' be the channel founder to do this. LimitServ sets a limit accordingly, so that it won't spam your channel with mode changes, while keeping the flooding out.
*  In the case that the flooding is join/part, '''/mode #yourchannel +R''' and report it to #services immediately (provide logs, nicks, etc). The +R mode stops non-registered nicks from joining your channel. If that doesn't work, '''/mode #yourchannel +i''' and report the offending nick(s) to #services.
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*  In the case that the flooding is join/part: <code>/mode <em>#channel</em> +R</code> and report it to '''#services''' immediately (''provide logs, nicks, ... etc.'').<br /> The +R mode stops non-registered, as well as not-identified, nicks from joining your channel. If that doesn't work, <code>/mode <em>#channel</em> +i</code> and report the offending nick(s) to '''#services'''.
*  When the flood has stopped, don't forget to unset the modes (replace the + with a -).
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*  When the flood has stopped, don't forget to unset the modes (''replace the <code>+</code> with a <code>-</code>'').
  
If your channel is being '''text''' flooded by '''multiple''' users:
 
  
*  Set a BotServ kicker for floods and repeats.
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=== Your Channel is ''Text''-Flooded by ''Multiple'' Users ===
: '''/bs kick #yourchannel flood on 1 <u>lines</u> <u>seconds</u>''' (3 lines in 5 seconds is sufficient)<br>
 
: '''/bs kick #yourchannel repeat on 1 <u>repeats</u>''' (2 or 3 repeats, depending on how many times the users repeat)
 
*  '''/mode #yourchannel +R''' also works here, as the users have to join your channel to flood. In the case that this doesn't work, '''/mode #yourchannel +m'''. This stops all non-voiced users from talking. If your channel is autovoice for all users, '''/cs levels #yourchannel set autovoice 3''' (you can change it back to 0 later).
 
*  Report the flood to #services, and provide logs of the flooding.
 
  
In the case that your channel is being targeted by a single user, '''kickban''' them. If they manage to rejoin, report them to #services, and provide logs of the kickban up to the rejoin.
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*  Set a '''BotServ''' kicker for floods and repeats.
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*: <code>/msg BotServ KICK <em>#channel</em> FLOOD ON 1 <em>lines</em> <em>seconds</em></code> (''3 lines in 5 seconds is sufficient'')<br />
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*: <code>/msg BotServ KICK <em>#channel</em> REPEAT ON 1 <em>repeats</em></code> (''2 or 3 repeats, depending on how many times the users repeat'')
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*  <code>/mode <em>#channel</em> +R</code> also works here; as the users must be registered ''and'' identified their selves to the services, before they can join your channel to flood.<br /> In the case that this isn't enough, <code>/mode <em>#channel</em> +m</code> . This stops all non-voiced users from talking. If your channel is auto-voice for all users, <code>/msg ChanServ LEVELS <em>#channel</em> SET AUTOVOICE 3</code> (''you can change it back to 0 later'').
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*  Report the flood to '''#services''', and provide the [https://pastebin.com pastebin] link of the flooding logs.
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=== Your Channel is Targeted by a ''Single'' User ===
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'''kickban''' them. If they manage to rejoin, report them to '''#services''', and provide the [https://pastebin.com pastebin] link for the logs of the kickban up to the rejoin.

Latest revision as of 16:53, 11 September 2020

My Channel is being flooded! HELP!

Note:

When reporting to #services, do not paste lines directly; instead, pastebin them. If you paste lines, it is considered flooding and you will be akilled for 30 minutes.



Your Channel is Join-Flooded

  • Assign LimitServ to your channel: /msg LimitServ request #channel
    You must be the channel founder to do this. LimitServ sets a limit accordingly, so that it won't spam your channel with mode changes, while keeping the flooding out.
  • In the case that the flooding is join/part: /mode #channel +R and report it to #services immediately (provide logs, nicks, ... etc.).
    The +R mode stops non-registered, as well as not-identified, nicks from joining your channel. If that doesn't work, /mode #channel +i and report the offending nick(s) to #services.
  • When the flood has stopped, don't forget to unset the modes (replace the + with a -).


Your Channel is Text-Flooded by Multiple Users

  • Set a BotServ kicker for floods and repeats.
    /msg BotServ KICK #channel FLOOD ON 1 lines seconds (3 lines in 5 seconds is sufficient)
    /msg BotServ KICK #channel REPEAT ON 1 repeats (2 or 3 repeats, depending on how many times the users repeat)
  • /mode #channel +R also works here; as the users must be registered and identified their selves to the services, before they can join your channel to flood.
    In the case that this isn't enough, /mode #channel +m . This stops all non-voiced users from talking. If your channel is auto-voice for all users, /msg ChanServ LEVELS #channel SET AUTOVOICE 3 (you can change it back to 0 later).
  • Report the flood to #services, and provide the pastebin link of the flooding logs.


Your Channel is Targeted by a Single User

kickban them. If they manage to rejoin, report them to #services, and provide the pastebin link for the logs of the kickban up to the rejoin.