Commit 04facc51 authored by louiz’'s avatar louiz’

Provide a conf for charybdis

parent 04d28f96
......@@ -184,7 +184,7 @@ class BiboumiRunner(ProcessRunner):
class IrcServerRunner(ProcessRunner):
def __init__(self):
super().__init__()
self.create = asyncio.create_subprocess_exec("charybdis", "-foreground",
self.create = asyncio.create_subprocess_exec("charybdis", "-foreground", "-configfile", "../tests/end_to_end/ircd.conf",
stderr=asyncio.subprocess.PIPE)
......
/* doc/ircd.conf.example - brief example configuration file
*
* Copyright (C) 2000-2002 Hybrid Development Team
* Copyright (C) 2002-2005 ircd-ratbox development team
* Copyright (C) 2005-2006 charybdis development team
*
* See reference.conf for more information.
*/
/* Extensions */
#loadmodule "extensions/chm_operonly_compat";
#loadmodule "extensions/chm_quietunreg_compat";
#loadmodule "extensions/chm_sslonly_compat";
#loadmodule "extensions/chm_operpeace";
#loadmodule "extensions/createauthonly";
#loadmodule "extensions/extb_account";
#loadmodule "extensions/extb_canjoin";
#loadmodule "extensions/extb_channel";
#loadmodule "extensions/extb_combi";
#loadmodule "extensions/extb_extgecos";
#loadmodule "extensions/extb_hostmask";
#loadmodule "extensions/extb_oper";
#loadmodule "extensions/extb_realname";
#loadmodule "extensions/extb_server";
#loadmodule "extensions/extb_ssl";
#loadmodule "extensions/extb_usermode";
#loadmodule "extensions/hurt";
#loadmodule "extensions/m_extendchans";
#loadmodule "extensions/m_findforwards";
#loadmodule "extensions/m_identify";
#loadmodule "extensions/m_locops";
#loadmodule "extensions/no_oper_invis";
#loadmodule "extensions/sno_farconnect";
#loadmodule "extensions/sno_globalkline";
#loadmodule "extensions/sno_globalnickchange";
#loadmodule "extensions/sno_globaloper";
#loadmodule "extensions/sno_whois";
#loadmodule "extensions/override";
#loadmodule "extensions/no_kill_services";
/*
* IP cloaking extensions: use ip_cloaking_4.0
* if you're linking 3.2 and later, otherwise use
* ip_cloaking, for compatibility with older 3.x
* releases.
*/
#loadmodule "extensions/ip_cloaking_4.0";
#loadmodule "extensions/ip_cloaking";
serverinfo {
name = "irc.localhost";
sid = "42X";
description = "charybdis test server";
network_name = "StaticBox";
/* On multi-homed hosts you may need the following. These define
* the addresses we connect from to other servers. */
/* for IPv4 */
#vhost = "192.0.2.6";
/* for IPv6 */
#vhost6 = "2001:db8:2::6";
/* ssl_private_key: our ssl private key */
ssl_private_key = "etc/ssl.key";
/* ssl_cert: certificate for our ssl server */
ssl_cert = "etc/ssl.pem";
/* ssl_dh_params: DH parameters, generate with openssl dhparam -out dh.pem 2048
* In general, the DH parameters size should be the same as your key's size.
* However it has been reported that some clients have broken TLS implementations which may
* choke on keysizes larger than 2048-bit, so we would recommend using 2048-bit DH parameters
* for now if your keys are larger than 2048-bit.
*/
ssl_dh_params = "etc/dh.pem";
/* ssld_count: number of ssld processes you want to start, if you
* have a really busy server, using N-1 where N is the number of
* cpu/cpu cores you have might be useful. A number greater than one
* can also be useful in case of bugs in ssld and because ssld needs
* two file descriptors per SSL connection.
*/
ssld_count = 1;
/* default max clients: the default maximum number of clients
* allowed to connect. This can be changed once ircd has started by
* issuing:
* /quote set maxclients <limit>
*/
default_max_clients = 1024;
/* nicklen: enforced nickname length (for this server only; must not
* be longer than the maximum length set while building).
*/
nicklen = 30;
};
admin {
name = "Lazy admin (lazya)";
description = "StaticBox client server";
email = "nobody@127.0.0.1";
};
log {
fname_userlog = "logs/userlog";
#fname_fuserlog = "logs/fuserlog";
fname_operlog = "logs/operlog";
#fname_foperlog = "logs/foperlog";
fname_serverlog = "logs/serverlog";
#fname_klinelog = "logs/klinelog";
fname_killlog = "logs/killlog";
fname_operspylog = "logs/operspylog";
#fname_ioerrorlog = "logs/ioerror";
};
/* class {} blocks MUST be specified before anything that uses them. That
* means they must be defined before auth {} and before connect {}.
*/
class "users" {
ping_time = 2 minutes;
number_per_ident = 10;
number_per_ip = 10;
number_per_ip_global = 50;
cidr_ipv4_bitlen = 24;
cidr_ipv6_bitlen = 64;
number_per_cidr = 200;
max_number = 3000;
sendq = 400 kbytes;
};
class "opers" {
ping_time = 5 minutes;
number_per_ip = 10;
max_number = 1000;
sendq = 1 megabyte;
};
class "server" {
ping_time = 5 minutes;
connectfreq = 5 minutes;
max_number = 1;
sendq = 4 megabytes;
};
listen {
/* defer_accept: wait for clients to send IRC handshake data before
* accepting them. if you intend to use software which depends on the
* server replying first, such as BOPM, you should disable this feature.
* otherwise, you probably want to leave it on.
*/
defer_accept = yes;
/* If you want to listen on a specific IP only, specify host.
* host definitions apply only to the following port line.
*/
#host = "192.0.2.6";
port = 5000, 6665 .. 6669;
# sslport = 6697;
/* Listen on IPv6 (if you used host= above). */
#host = "2001:db8:2::6";
#port = 5000, 6665 .. 6669;
#sslport = 9999;
};
/* auth {}: allow users to connect to the ircd (OLD I:)
* auth {} blocks MUST be specified in order of precedence. The first one
* that matches a user will be used. So place spoofs first, then specials,
* then general access, then restricted.
*/
auth {
/* user: the user@host allowed to connect. Multiple IPv4/IPv6 user
* lines are permitted per auth block. This is matched against the
* hostname and IP address (using :: shortening for IPv6 and
* prepending a 0 if it starts with a colon) and can also use CIDR
* masks.
*/
user = "*@198.51.100.0/24";
user = "*test@2001:db8:1:*";
/* password: an optional password that is required to use this block.
* By default this is not encrypted, specify the flag "encrypted" in
* flags = ...; below if it is.
*/
password = "letmein";
/* spoof: fake the users user@host to be be this. You may either
* specify a host or a user@host to spoof to. This is free-form,
* just do everyone a favour and dont abuse it. (OLD I: = flag)
*/
spoof = "I.still.hate.packets";
/* Possible flags in auth:
*
* encrypted | password is encrypted with mkpasswd
* spoof_notice | give a notice when spoofing hosts
* exceed_limit (old > flag) | allow user to exceed class user limits
* kline_exempt (old ^ flag) | exempt this user from k/g/xlines,
* | dnsbls, and proxies
* proxy_exempt | exempt this user from proxies
* dnsbl_exempt | exempt this user from dnsbls
* spambot_exempt | exempt this user from spambot checks
* shide_exempt | exempt this user from serverhiding
* jupe_exempt | exempt this user from generating
* warnings joining juped channels
* resv_exempt | exempt this user from resvs
* flood_exempt | exempt this user from flood limits
* USE WITH CAUTION.
* no_tilde (old - flag) | don't prefix ~ to username if no ident
* need_ident (old + flag) | require ident for user in this class
* need_ssl | require SSL/TLS for user in this class
* need_sasl | require SASL id for user in this class
*/
flags = kline_exempt, exceed_limit;
/* class: the class the user is placed in */
class = "opers";
};
auth {
user = "*@*";
class = "users";
};
/* privset {} blocks MUST be specified before anything that uses them. That
* means they must be defined before operator {}.
*/
privset "local_op" {
privs = oper:local_kill, oper:operwall;
};
privset "server_bot" {
extends = "local_op";
privs = oper:kline, oper:remoteban, snomask:nick_changes;
};
privset "global_op" {
extends = "local_op";
privs = oper:global_kill, oper:routing, oper:kline, oper:unkline, oper:xline,
oper:resv, oper:mass_notice, oper:remoteban;
};
privset "admin" {
extends = "global_op";
privs = oper:admin, oper:die, oper:rehash, oper:spy, oper:grant;
};
operator "god" {
/* name: the name of the oper must go above */
/* user: the user@host required for this operator. CIDR *is*
* supported now. auth{} spoofs work here, other spoofs do not.
* multiple user="" lines are supported.
*/
user = "*god@127.0.0.1";
/* password: the password required to oper. Unless ~encrypted is
* contained in flags = ...; this will need to be encrypted using
* mkpasswd, MD5 is supported
*/
password = "etcnjl8juSU1E";
/* rsa key: the public key for this oper when using Challenge.
* A password should not be defined when this is used, see
* doc/challenge.txt for more information.
*/
#rsa_public_key_file = "/usr/local/ircd/etc/oper.pub";
/* umodes: the specific umodes this oper gets when they oper.
* If this is specified an oper will not be given oper_umodes
* These are described above oper_only_umodes in general {};
*/
#umodes = locops, servnotice, operwall, wallop;
/* fingerprint: if specified, the oper's client certificate
* fingerprint will be checked against the specified fingerprint
* below.
*/
#fingerprint = "c77106576abf7f9f90cca0f63874a60f2e40a64b";
/* snomask: specific server notice mask on oper up.
* If this is specified an oper will not be given oper_snomask.
*/
snomask = "+Zbfkrsuy";
/* flags: misc options for the operator. You may prefix an option
* with ~ to disable it, e.g. ~encrypted.
*
* Default flags are encrypted.
*
* Available options:
*
* encrypted: the password above is encrypted [DEFAULT]
* need_ssl: must be using SSL/TLS to oper up
*/
flags = encrypted;
/* privset: privileges set to grant */
privset = "admin";
};
connect "irc.uplink.com" {
host = "203.0.113.3";
send_password = "password";
accept_password = "anotherpassword";
port = 6666;
hub_mask = "*";
class = "server";
flags = compressed, topicburst;
#fingerprint = "c77106576abf7f9f90cca0f63874a60f2e40a64b";
/* If the connection is IPv6, uncomment below.
* Use 0::1, not ::1, for IPv6 localhost. */
#aftype = ipv6;
};
connect "ssl.uplink.com" {
host = "203.0.113.129";
send_password = "password";
accept_password = "anotherpassword";
port = 9999;
hub_mask = "*";
class = "server";
flags = ssl, topicburst;
};
service {
name = "services.int";
};
cluster {
name = "*";
flags = kline, tkline, unkline, xline, txline, unxline, resv, tresv, unresv;
};
shared {
oper = "*@*", "*";
flags = all, rehash;
};
/* exempt {}: IPs that are exempt from Dlines and rejectcache. (OLD d:) */
exempt {
ip = "127.0.0.1";
};
channel {
use_invex = yes;
use_except = yes;
use_forward = yes;
use_knock = yes;
knock_delay = 5 minutes;
knock_delay_channel = 1 minute;
max_chans_per_user = 15;
max_chans_per_user_large = 60;
max_bans = 100;
max_bans_large = 500;
default_split_user_count = 0;
default_split_server_count = 0;
no_create_on_split = no;
no_join_on_split = no;
burst_topicwho = yes;
kick_on_split_riding = no;
only_ascii_channels = no;
resv_forcepart = yes;
channel_target_change = yes;
disable_local_channels = no;
autochanmodes = "+nt";
displayed_usercount = 3;
strip_topic_colors = no;
};
serverhide {
flatten_links = yes;
links_delay = 5 minutes;
hidden = no;
disable_hidden = no;
};
alias "NickServ" {
target = "NickServ";
};
alias "ChanServ" {
target = "ChanServ";
};
alias "OperServ" {
target = "OperServ";
};
alias "MemoServ" {
target = "MemoServ";
};
alias "NS" {
target = "NickServ";
};
alias "CS" {
target = "ChanServ";
};
alias "OS" {
target = "OperServ";
};
alias "MS" {
target = "MemoServ";
};
general {
hide_error_messages = opers;
hide_spoof_ips = yes;
/*
* default_umodes: umodes to enable on connect.
* If you have enabled the new ip_cloaking_4.0 module, and you want
* to make use of it, add +x to this option, i.e.:
* default_umodes = "+ix";
*
* If you have enabled the old ip_cloaking module, and you want
* to make use of it, add +h to this option, i.e.:
* default_umodes = "+ih";
*/
default_umodes = "+i";
default_operstring = "is an IRC Operator";
default_adminstring = "is a Server Administrator";
servicestring = "is a Network Service";
/*
* Nick of the network's SASL agent. Used to check whether services are here,
* SASL credentials are only sent to its server. Needs to be a service.
*
* Defaults to SaslServ if unspecified.
*/
sasl_service = "SaslServ";
disable_fake_channels = no;
tkline_expire_notices = no;
default_floodcount = 10;
failed_oper_notice = yes;
dots_in_ident=2;
min_nonwildcard = 4;
min_nonwildcard_simple = 3;
max_accept = 100;
max_monitor = 100;
anti_nick_flood = yes;
max_nick_time = 20 seconds;
max_nick_changes = 5;
anti_spam_exit_message_time = 5 minutes;
ts_warn_delta = 30 seconds;
ts_max_delta = 5 minutes;
client_exit = yes;
collision_fnc = yes;
resv_fnc = yes;
global_snotices = yes;
dline_with_reason = yes;
kline_delay = 0 seconds;
kline_with_reason = yes;
kline_reason = "K-Lined";
identify_service = "NickServ@services.int";
identify_command = "IDENTIFY";
non_redundant_klines = yes;
warn_no_nline = yes;
use_propagated_bans = yes;
stats_e_disabled = yes;
stats_c_oper_only=no;
stats_h_oper_only=no;
stats_y_oper_only=no;
stats_o_oper_only=yes;
stats_P_oper_only=no;
stats_i_oper_only=masked;
stats_k_oper_only=masked;
map_oper_only = no;
operspy_admin_only = no;
operspy_dont_care_user_info = no;
caller_id_wait = 1 minute;
pace_wait_simple = 1 second;
pace_wait = 10 seconds;
short_motd = no;
ping_cookie = no;
connect_timeout = 30 seconds;
default_ident_timeout = 5;
disable_auth = no;
no_oper_flood = yes;
max_targets = 4;
client_flood_max_lines = 20;
use_whois_actually = no;
oper_only_umodes = operwall, locops, servnotice;
oper_umodes = locops, servnotice, operwall, wallop;
oper_snomask = "+s";
burst_away = yes;
nick_delay = 0 seconds; # 15 minutes if you want to enable this
reject_ban_time = 1 minute;
reject_after_count = 3;
reject_duration = 5 minutes;
throttle_duration = 60;
throttle_count = 4;
max_ratelimit_tokens = 30;
away_interval = 30;
certfp_method = sha1;
hide_opers_in_whois = no;
};
modules {
path = "modules";
path = "modules/autoload";
};
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