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 Post subject: Running gnuworld and the website on different servers
PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2005 7:21 pm 

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Hello guys. I have some questions for you and i would apreciate it if you could help me.
1) Where should "The Judge" be installed? On the server where is mod.cservice and the database or on ther server where is the website?
2) Where can i find a list of "control-nick@servername" commands? Like loadclient...
3) How can i quit mod.cservice without shutting down gnuworld?
I'm waiting for your answers :D


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2005 8:01 pm 
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I can only answer you to your first question. The registering sistem aka TheJudge is a part of mod.cservice and it`s place is on the same server with the module, from there the updates on the website will be done as usuall.



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 Post subject: Re: Running gnuworld and the website on different servers
PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2005 4:05 pm 

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The-Judge wrote:
2) Where can i find a list of "control-nick@servername" commands? Like loadclient...

Inside the module's code; there is no official list.

The-Judge wrote:
3) How can i quit mod.cservice without shutting down gnuworld?

Simple answer: you can't. You could run multiple instances of GNUWorld, making mod.cservice independant from other modules, and only shut that one down. A module shutdown generally means the entire thing will stop. You could also comment it out from GNUWorld.conf and restart it... do your changes, re-enable it in the config, and restart again... that might work.



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Control commands are processed in src/server.cc, in the following function:

void xServer::ControlCommand( iClient* srcClient, const string& message )

The code suggests that you could use the "unloadclient" command to unload mod.cservice, answering your question #3. There's also this comment:

// For unloadclient, the full path to the library must be specified,
// for example: /home/gnuworld/gnuworld/lib/libstats.la


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