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Thomas Muldowney temas at box5.net
Fri Oct 20 15:24:13 CDT 2000


Sorry, but did I miss a question in that?

--temas

On Fri, Oct 20, 2000 at 12:48:56PM -0700, Ted Rolle wrote:
> Well, we're blazing along!  At least to the point where I can get rid of 
> the humongous debug logs.  This next one is short and sour:
> 
> I removed the mod_version and other stuff, along with the statements inside 
> <etherx></etherx>.
> 
> WinJab/Debug/Server Stuff:
> 
> SENT: <stream:stream to="198.140.216.36" xmlns="jabber:client" 
> xmlns:stream="http://etherx.jabber.org/streams">
> RECV: <?xml version='1.0'?><stream:stream 
> xmlns:stream='http://etherx.jabber.org/streams' id='39F09E0B'>
> SENT: <iq type="set" id="JCOM_6"><query 
> xmlns="jabber:iq:auth"><username>ted</username><password>********</password><resource>Work</resource></query></iq>
> 
> server.debug:
> 
> Fri Oct 20 12:31:13 2000  debug/conn.c:162 New XML Stream started, locating 
> internal namespace handler
> Fri Oct 20 12:31:13 2000  debug/config.c:150 name 3 for 198.140.216.36
> Fri Oct 20 12:31:13 2000  debug/xmlstream.c:101 head: <?xml 
> version='1.0'?><stream:stream 
> xmlns:stream='http://etherx.jabber.org/streams' id='39F09D81'>
> Fri Oct 20 12:31:13 2000  debug/tstream.c:133 tstream_write_buffer
> 
> Current jserver.xml:
> 
> <jserver>
> 
> This is the Jabber Server XML configuration file.
> Each section has its own instructions.
> 
> Replace the default name with your primary server hostname:
> 
> 	<names>
> 	<default>destiny.ugweb.com</default>
> 	<!-- You may have alaises for this server,
> 		these are NOT virtual hosts,
> 		only use these for migrating from an old server name or
> 		for *receive only* on an alternate name
> 		<alias>old.host.net</alias>
> 	-->
> 	</names>
> 
> 
> This section provides the default bindings for IP addresses and ports
> used within the server.
> If the service is not loaded/used, it's directives here are ignored.
> 
> 	<listen>
> 		<!--
> 		<jabber ip='198.140.216.36'>5222</jabber>
> 		<ssl ip='198.140.216.36'>5223</ssl>
> 		<irc>6667</irc>
> 		<http>5280</http>
> 		<telnet>5228</telnet>
> 		-->
> 		<jabber	ip='198.140.216.36'>	5222</jabber>
> 		<ssl	ip='198.140.216.36'>	5223</ssl>
> 		<irc	ip='198.140.216.36'>	6667</irc>
> 		<http	ip='198.140.216.36'>	5280</http>
> 		<telnet	ip='198.140.216.36'>	5228</telnet>
> 		<!-- Specific IPs can also be used:
> 		<jabber ip='12.34.56.78'>5222</jabber>
> 		<irc ip='12.34.56.79'>6667</irc>
> 		-->
> 
> 	</listen>
> 
> 
> The session log, make sure the folder exists!
> 
> 	<log>
> 
> 		<!-- replace with <error>syslog</error> to log to syslog
> 			instead, remove to log to STDERR -->
> 		<error>/log/jserver.error</error>
> 
> 		<session>/var/log/jserver.log</session>
> 
> 		<!-- This logs some basic tracking information about every
> 			packet of data (TONS!)
> 		-->
> 		<packet>/var/log/jserver_packet.log</packet>
> 
> 	</log>
> 
> 
> Data is stored on the filesystem for each user,
> make sure the folder exists!
> 
> 	<spool>/usr/local/var/jspool</spool>
> 
> 	Registration instructions and fields, remove to disallow
> 	registration:
> 
> 	<register>
> 		<instructions>Choose a username and password to register
> 			with this server.</instructions>
> 		<username/><password/><name/><email/>
> 	</register>
> 
> 
> Server info:
> 
> 	<info>
> 		<name>UWG's Jabber Server</name>
> 		<description>Our Jabber Server!</description>
> 		<url>http://foo.bar/</url>
> 	</info>
> 
> 
> A place to list the available agents for the users of this server:
> 
> 	<agents>
> 
> 		<!-- this is the default agent for the (temporary) master
> 			jabber user directory
> 		-->
> 		<!--
> 			<agent jid="users.jabber.org">
> 				<name>Jabber User Directory</name>
> 				<description>You may register and create a public
> 					searchable profile, and search for other registered
> 					Jabber users.
> 				</description>
> 				<service>jud</service>
> 				<register/>
> 				<search/>
> 			</agent>
> 		-->
> 
> 	<!-- these are examples.
> 			You will receive instructions on what to place here
> 			when you install a real agent.
> 	-->
> 	<!--
> 		<agent jid="aim.jabber.org">
> 			<name>AIM Transport</name>
> 			<description>This is the AIM Transport</description>
> 			<transport>AIM/AOL ScreenName</transport>
> 			<service>aim</service>
> 			<register/>
> 		</agent>
> 	-->
> 	<!--
> 		<agent jid="icq.jabber.org">
> 			<name>ICQ Transport</name>
> 			<description>This is the ICQ Transport</description>
> 			<transport>ICQ#</transport>
> 			<service>icq</service>
> 			<register/>
> 		</agent>
> 	-->
> 	<!--
> 		<agent jid="groups.jabber.org">
> 			<name>GroupChat</name>
> 			<description>You can create and participate in private
> 				chatrooms.
> 			</description>
> 			<service>privatechat</service>
> 			<groupchat/>
> 			<register/>
> 			</agent>
> 	-->		
> 	<!-- end of agent examples. -->
> 
> 	</agents>
> 
> List of the default DSO loaded modules:
> 
> 	<dso>
> 		<mod_time>/usr/local/lib/jabber/mod_time.so</mod_time>
> 		<!-- temas and orion said to get rid of this:
> 		<mod_version>/usr/local/lib/jabber/mod_version.so</mod_version>
> 		-->
> 		<mod_echo>/usr/local/lib/jabber/mod_echo.so</mod_echo>
> 		<mod_filter>/usr/local/lib/jabber/mod_filter.so</mod_filter>
> 		<svc_http>/usr/local/lib/jabber/svc_http.so</svc_http>
> 		<svc_irc>/usr/local/lib/jabber/svc_irc.so</svc_irc>
> 	</dso>
> 
> 
> This is how the server connects to etherx:
> 
> <!-- only enable to use remote mode,
> 	you should know what you are doing!
> -->
> <!--
> 	<etherx>
> 		<secret>test</secret>
> 		<remote>198.140.216.36</remote>
> 	</etherx>
> -->
> 
> List of usernames with administrative access,
> These users receive messages and notices sent to 'hostname':
> 
> <!--
> 	<admin>
> 		<read>support</read>
> 		<write>root</write>
> 	</admin>
> -->
> 
> </jserver>
> 
> 
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