[IRCServices] Re: Weird registration/ID issue
surreal.w00t at gmail.com
Sat Jan 20 15:52:07 PST 2007
Disregard this. Turned out to be something incredibly simple, and stupid.
Still would have been nice to know there was someone on the other end
of the mailinglist actually recieving this :P
On 1/18/07, Robin Burchell <surreal.w00t at gmail.com> wrote:
> Have another 'no output' situation from the same copy of services,
> reproducable with two people at least.
> -> dexter.chatspike.net PRIVMSG nickserv :info [OPA]spaceRaptor
> -> dexter.chatspike.net PRIVMSG nickserv :info [OPA]spaceRaptor all
> <- :NickServ!services at chatspike.net NOTICE w00t :[OPA]spaceRaptor is
> <- :NickServ!services at chatspike.net NOTICE w00t : Last seen time:
> May 30 03:40:27 2006 BST
> <- :NickServ!services at chatspike.net NOTICE w00t : Time registered:
> Sep 18 23:55:31 2003 BST
> <- :NickServ!services at chatspike.net NOTICE w00t :Last quit message:
> [CS] Quit: <[OPA]Anonymous> imagine if the fighter won, due to zedds
> random battle code ****Our Enemys Should Fear Us. Our Current Allys
> Should Depend On Us. And All Others Should Be Cannon Fodder Below Our
> Feet. GO OPA!!!!****
> <- :NickServ!services at chatspike.net NOTICE w00t : Options:
> Kill protection, Security
> [02:57:28] <w00t> /ns info [OPA]spaceRaptor
> [02:57:32] <w00t> do you get any output?
> [02:57:56] <peavey> from?
> [02:58:04] <w00t> ^ nickserv, with that command
> [03:01:35] <peavey> ah no
> [03:01:37] <peavey> nothing
> [03:01:42] <w00t> no output?
> [03:01:53] <peavey> /ns info [OPA]spaceRaptor ALL
> [03:01:57] <peavey> but I do from that
> Again, seems like a random case, but any ideas on what's going on here
> or how to furthre diagnose the problem would be nice.
> On 1/12/07, Robin Burchell <surreal.w00t at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Ok.. this is just plain bizarre.
> > Had a user come in today and report they are unable to identify as of
> > today/yesterday or so. Excuse my copypasting of logs.
> > [12:48:15] <xxx> it appears services refuse to mark me as having
> > identified for my nickname... if I intentionally type a wrong password
> > I get a "wrong password" notice, but if I use the right one, I get no
> > such notice, but no identified status either
> > [13:05:04] <@w00t> hmm what client are you using
> > [13:05:41] <+xxx> vanilla mirc
> > [13:05:46] <@w00t> reconnect
> > [13:05:50] <@w00t> /debug @d
> > [13:05:54] <@w00t> identify with services
> > [13:06:00] <@w00t> PM me the output from the @d window
> > then in PM..
> > [13:07:27] <xxx> interestingly, the debug window shows no information
> > coming back after sending the normal password.
> > [13:07:42] <w00t> how are you identifying
> > [13:07:56] <xxx> /nickserv as well as /ns
> > [13:08:03] <w00t> try /msg nickserv
> > ..same result
> > His NS INFO showed him offline. Normally I'd leave this as a joke, but
> > he gave me his password (vaeiiliandor). I register a nickname
> > (Somenick), auth it, disconnect, reconnect, try login, same result ..
> > no output from services.
> > He says it worked fine until yesterday or so, we're running 5.0.55,
> > compiled on October.
> > Any ideas on what could cause this one? If relevant, I'll ask Brain /
> > Craig to check Services' logs as I currently do not have access to the
> > hub.
> > Forgive me if ths turns out to be something stupid. :P