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Old 11-26-2003, 11:39 AM   #46
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Old 11-29-2003, 04:18 PM   #47
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i always get this:

site xwho
200-+--------------------------------------------+
200-| There are no users online at the moment. |
200-+--------------------------------------------+
200 Command successful.

any idea ?
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Old 11-29-2003, 05:06 PM   #48
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Is there any users online except yourself(admin) when you run the command? If your the only one online check hide options
hide_flags =
hide_groups =
hide_users =
hide_services =
hide_paths =


If theres users online except yourself, I dont know whats wrong.
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Old 11-29-2003, 05:14 PM   #49
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hidding settings are correct, and im not the only one connected that's why is strange :S
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Old 11-29-2003, 08:34 PM   #50
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Ive got some suggestion to new cookies. If you got time or think they should fit the script. Would be nice if there are more cookies comming, love em all

* sitename(display site name)
* users online(display number of users online)
* max users(display ftps max amount of users allowed to connect)
* clients host(optional to ips)
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Old 11-29-2003, 10:11 PM   #51
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* sitename(display site name)
--> no problem

* users online(display number of users online)
--> %(usercountall) available in onlineuser.foot.nfo ... need it in downloaders/uploaders/idlers as well ?

* max users(display ftps max amount of users allowed to connect)
--> i *could* read this from system.ini, but i guess it's not changed that often, so 'hardcoding' it in a template file should not be a problem. however, i'll consider this one.

* clients host(optional to ips)
--> 'problem' : ip2hostname is a blocking function, if there are users online without a hostname, the call can hang for several seconds
solutions: 1. not use it. 2. multithreading. in VB, that means writing an unstable program. i'd rather write a program that won't crash, with a little less functionality.
but: i WILL implement ip2hostname in ioGui (caching the hostnames will reduce the hanging problem to a single time).

(i'm drunk, so ignore anything i've written )
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Old 12-01-2003, 01:59 PM   #52
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updates in 1.0.12
- global cookie %(sitename)
- cookie for transfers: %(transfersize) : number of MB transferred on current file
- cookies for downloaders: %(filesize) + %(progress) : total filesize in MB + procent downloaded
- EDIT: forgot to mention: usercounter variables are now correct in all footer templates

in downloaders.* / uploaders.* / idlers.*
previous version: %(usercountall) showed only the selected users
this version: %(usercountall) shows all online users (that are not hidden), and %(usercountdn) shows downloaders, ...
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Old 12-01-2003, 07:32 PM   #53
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Weee thank u

Just a few things.

would be nice if the %(progress) and %(filesize) worked everywhere ie onlineuser.body.transfer. I know that it cant be added in uploads, but everywhere else would be cool
btw filesize that is setup in your default onlineusers.body.transfer doenst work in "SITE SWHO", the user that are downloading

200-| test2@ioftpd - down - 9kBps - DIR/file.r01 - MB
| %(user)@%(group) - %(status) - %(speed)kBps - %(pwd)%(filename) - %(filesize)MB


%(maxusers) doesnt seem to work anywhere. Or my ioftpd.ini is setup wrong.

Btw would it be possible with how many MB a user has uploaded? Dunno if its impossible or hard to do but if it would be possible and if you got the spear time over
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Old 12-02-2003, 02:40 AM   #54
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Quote:
Originally posted by odd
would be nice if the %(progress) and %(filesize) worked everywhere ie onlineuser.body.transfer.
JEAH JEAH JEAH

anyway... thx a lot for this script ADDICT!!! :banana:
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Old 12-02-2003, 03:39 AM   #55
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Quote:
would be nice if the %(progress) and %(filesize) worked everywhere ie onlineuser.body.transfer.
i will split *.transfer.* cookies in *.upload.* and *.download.*
will be done in next version

Quote:
btw filesize that is setup in your default onlineusers.body.transfer doenst work in "SITE SWHO", the user that are downloading
will be fixed in next version

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%(maxusers) doesnt seem to work anywhere. Or my ioftpd.ini is setup wrong.
will be fixed in next version. it was supposed to be a sitewho.ini setting

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Btw would it be possible with how many MB a user has uploaded? Dunno if its impossible or hard to do but if it would be possible and if you got the spear time over
ioftpd doesn't keep that information, so i can't read it, nothing i can do about that

next version will be posted sometime today
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Old 12-02-2003, 04:26 AM   #56
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here we go

updates in 1.0.13
- transfer templates are now splitted into upload & download templates
- download cookies %(filesize) and %(progress) now working in all download templates
- %(maxusers) working in all templates
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Old 12-02-2003, 09:15 AM   #57
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jeah great

small error:

in limited templates download:

| %(user)@%(group) - %(status) - %(speed)kBps - %(pwd)%(filename) - %(transfersize)/%(filesize)MB (%progress)

--> (%progress) hast to be %(progress)

but now i have 3 up 3 dn and 2 idle lines for every user with all important info AND fully configurable templates!!!

thx addict
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Old 12-02-2003, 09:51 AM   #58
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lol, seems like i just stopped typing or something, i was gonna write (%(progress)%) like in the other templates... ah well, will be fixed in next release
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Old 12-04-2003, 11:57 AM   #59
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There an error in your site who: I'm using your site who instead of site who of io. I made a site who but just after, I made site swho that told me the last action i made was PWD. That's not right. I made SITE WHO as last action.
Code:
[My PC] -Status- Connected.
[My PC] 220 ioFTPD 5 server ready.
... (Cut)
[My PC] PWD
[My PC] 257 "/" is current directory.
[My PC] SITE who
[My PC] 200-,--------------------------------------------.
[My PC] 200-|  There are no users online at the moment.  |
[My PC] 200-`--------------------------------------------`
[My PC] 200 Command succesful.
[My PC] SITE swho
[My PC] 200-+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
[My PC] 200-|                                                                             |
[My PC] 200-| Admin0rz@Administrator - 127.0.0.1 - connected for 0h 0m 5s - idle for 0m 3s
[My PC] 200-| last action: "PWD" - path: /
[My PC] 200-|
[My PC] 200-|                                                                             |
[My PC] 200-+-------------+--------------------+----------------------+-------------------+
[My PC] 200-| Users: 1    | Upload:     0 kBps | Download:     0 kBps | Total:     0 kBps |
[My PC] 200-+-------------+--------------------+----------------------+-------------------+
[My PC] 200 Command successful.
[My PC] SITE swho
[My PC] 200-+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
[My PC] 200-|                                                                             |
[My PC] 200-| Admin0rz@Administrator - 127.0.0.1 - connected for 0h 0m 9s - idle for 0m 4s
[My PC] 200-| last action: "SITE swho" - path: /
[My PC] 200-|
[My PC] 200-|                                                                             |
[My PC] 200-+-------------+--------------------+----------------------+-------------------+
[My PC] 200-| Users: 1    | Upload:     0 kBps | Download:     0 kBps | Total:     0 kBps |
[My PC] 200-+-------------+--------------------+----------------------+-------------------+
[My PC] 200 Command successful.
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Old 12-04-2003, 12:28 PM   #60
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I can confirm it.


LIST
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for directory listing.
226 [PWD: / ]-[Section: Default]-[Credits: 2.9M]-[Ratio: Unlimited]-[Speed: 0.0kb/s]

site who
200-,--------------------------------------------.
200-| There are no users online at the moment. |
200-`--------------------------------------------`
200 Command succesful.

site swho
200-| ioFTPD@SiTEOP - 192.168.0.102 - connected for 0h 0m 9s - idle for 0m 7s
200-| last action: "LIST" - path: /
200 Command successful.


But it think its only site who that doesnt shows in the last action.
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