Old 05-20-2003, 03:41 AM   #1
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Default New release ioFTPD SiteKill 1.0

Ok I think I tested it enough this should be good for the final.
For those that dont know it, SiteKill is an external command which can be executed via the scheduler or via a dos box to kill certain connections in ioFTPD.
Goto http://ftpservertools.tripod.com and visit the download page.
The site is not accessible for opera I heard, sorry it's tripod's fault.

Users of version 0.3 or 0.9 be aware the syntax has changed.

Parameters are any combination of
user=username - Kicks connections of user
ip=ipnr - Kicks connections of ip
ident=ident@ipnr - Kicks connections of ident@ip
host=hostname - Kicks connections of hostname
idle>seconds - Kicks idlers that are seconds idle
idle>=seconds - Kicks idlers that are seconds idle
path=somepath - Kicks connections on a path
group=groupname - Kicks connections from a maingroup
groups=groupname - Kicks connections from a group that the user is in
action=lastaction - Kicks connections with last action
flags=userflags - Kicks users with certain flags
times=all|once|nr - Number for the amount of kicks, all for all connections
service=ftp|http|telnet - kick only people on this service
servicename=name - name if ioftpd service (from ioftpd.ini) e.g. FTP_Service
up>nr - kick speed > nr for connections that are uploading K/s
up>=nr - kick speed >= nr for connections that are uploading K/s
up<nr - kick speed < nr for connections that are uploading K/s
up<=nr - kick speed <= nr for connections that are uploading K/s
down>nr - kick speed > nr for connections that are downloading K/s
down>=nr - kick speed >= nr for connections that are downloading K/s
down<nr - kick speed < nr for connections that are downloading K/s
down<=nr - kick speed <= nr for connections that are downloading K/s
transfer=idle|up|down|list - kick connections in the mentioned transfer mode
Preceed a parameter with a - and it will exclude that option
Wildcards are * and ? are allowed

Due to the windows rdirection (using < and >) you will need to surround your partial or complete query with double quotes.
Also when the string you comapre with has a space in it you need to surround the argument with double quotes.

Be aware that the parameters are used as AND so:
site kill groups=group1 groups=group2
will kill everyone belonging to group1 AND group2.
Thus someone only belonging to group1 will not be killed.



Examples:
site kill user=lamer - kills the user lamer
site kill user=lamer times=once - kills the user lamer once
site kill user=lamer times=25 - kills max 25 lamer users
site kill user=l*r - kills users that match the l*u wildcard so lamer looser leecher in this example but not winner
site kill ip=127.0.0.1 - kills the 127.0.0.1 connections
site kill ip=192.168.*.* - kills the 192.168.*.* connections
site kill "idle>120" - kills idlers that are longer then 120 secs idle
site kill group=l*s - kills connections with main group l*s so leechers, loosers, lamers
site kill action=noop - kills connections where the last command was NOOP
site kill ident=TEST@* - kills connections with TEST as ident
site kill user!=sitebot path=/movies/svcd/* "idle>120"
- kills all connections that are in /path/movies/svcd/ somewhere and that are 120 seconds or
more idle but dont kill user sitebot in this process
site kill servicename=FTP_Service "down<10"
- kill all ftp leechers that are downloaading < 10K/s
site kill "path=/Stay out *" "login>600"
- kill all ftp services that are logged in longer then 600 seconds.


How to use this command in ioFTPD?
Lets say we for example want to kick all idle ftp users.

[Schedule]
KillIdlers = 0,5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,55 * * * ..\scripts\SiteKill.exe "idle>120" service=ftp


To run this same command from a tcl script you could use:
[exec -- "c:\\ioFTPD\\scripts\\SiteKill.exe" "idle>120" "service=ftp"]
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Old 05-20-2003, 03:48 AM   #2
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sweet thx for the update FTPServerTools, i couldn't quite get teh older sitekills to work properly but i will give this new version a go, thx again
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Old 05-20-2003, 03:56 AM   #3
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O yes I forgot... If you run the unpatched ioFTPD on win2k or winXP (no SP1) then it wont run. So see the forum somewhere to find the patches. The actual criteria to need is patch is the following:
Goto your windows system32 dir. View inside your Shell32.dll and find the string SHLock if it exists then you do NOT need a patched io to get sitekill to work.
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Old 05-20-2003, 04:39 AM   #4
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hehe nice man
i wanna mary you*gg

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Old 05-20-2003, 07:32 AM   #5
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wouldn't this also work? assuming io scheduler supports same syntax as unix...

[Schedule]
KillIdlers = */5 * * * &..\scripts\SiteKill.exe "idle>120" service=ftp
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Old 05-20-2003, 12:31 PM   #6
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Having some probs when I do:
site kill "idle>120"

it kills me even though I've only been idle a few seconds?
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Old 05-20-2003, 01:29 PM   #7
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I have the same problem as SuperBlue.
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Old 05-20-2003, 05:04 PM   #8
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same here... i tried for about an hour all the possible combinations to kill idlers>180 secs but it kills every user in the ftp even if he's idle for just 1 second i hope this will be fixed soon cause it's a great addon!
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Old 05-20-2003, 05:13 PM   #9
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Which io version and which os?
And I made a typo in the scheduler line.. The & shouldnt be there (deleted now).
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Old 05-20-2003, 05:39 PM   #10
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I knew about the schelduler so that part 'worked'.
But when it does 'site kill "idle>120"' it kicks everyone including me..

WinXP with SP1
Latest ioFTPD 4.6.2u
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Old 05-20-2003, 11:11 PM   #11
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Quote:
Originally posted by m0B
I knew about the schelduler so that part 'worked'.
But when it does 'site kill "idle>120"' it kicks everyone including me..

WinXP with SP1
Latest ioFTPD 4.6.2u
Same as above, disabled scheduler part, just trying to pass the cmd from ftp program.
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Old 05-21-2003, 01:51 AM   #12
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OS: Win 2003 Server SE
iO: beta 4.6.2u

I tried to make it work by a dos prompt, by a site command and by the scheduler but no way it kill everyone who is idle just for few seconds
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Old 05-21-2003, 04:56 AM   #13
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moin,

ive the same problem sitekill wont work..

os windows XP sp1 ioFTPD latest unregisted version

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Old 05-21-2003, 05:31 AM   #14
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I have the same problem..... into XP SP1 and ioFTPD lastest.

4 example:

c:\io\scripts\> SiteKill.exe "idle=pepe"
Kicked: TaNiS ____Ó@127.0.0.1
Totally 1 connections kicked


LoL
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Old 05-21-2003, 07:04 AM   #15
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Have you determinated wheter this is an issue with sitekill or scheduler?
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