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Server State


Admin Options

New Password:
Password Confirm:
Remote administration:
Your password must be set before this can be enabled.

Drive Options

If you need more drive fields, just add some and more fields will appear.
Use this to copy full path:

Drive 1 Full Path: Name:
Drive 2 Full Path: Name:
Drive 3 Full Path: Name:
Drive 4 Full Path: Name:
Drive 5 Full Path: Name:
Drive 6 Full Path: Name:
Drive 7 Full Path: Name:
Drive 8 Full Path: Name:

General Options

Target Speed: kB/s
Target speed used for automatic send slot adjustment. Set it to your maximum speed. Leave it empty or 0 to disable automatic adjustment feature.
Target Speed Aggressiveness:
Agressiveness for creating new send slot with auto adjustment. Higher is more aggressive. Recommended value is 0.40 to 0.60 depending on your bandwidth. Whenever total speed is less than target_speed * target_speed_agressiveness, new send slot is created. (this is checked a few times)
Max Sends:
Maximum DCC sends allowed at any one time including with auto enabled. Per user is always 1. This should not be set so high even with auto adjustment so that if maximum amount of send slots are created due to network or other problems, it should not overload you too much.
Max Queue Files:
Maximum number of files in queue for the server. Leave it empty or 0 to set it unlimited.
Max Queue Size: MB
Maximum total filesize in queue for the server in megabytes. Leave it empty or 0 to set it unlimited.
Max Queue Files Per User:
maximum number of files in queue from one unique user. Leave it empty or 0 to set it unlimited.
Max Queue Size Per User: MB
Maximum total filesize in queue from one unique user. Leave it empty or 0 to set it unlimited. Way the limit works is users can always queue a file of any size as long as current queue is under this size.
View Files Under: kB
Enables viewing of files via the server if filesize is smaller (in kilobytes) than specified. Only text based files will be viewable. (no graphics files)
Minimum Speed: kB/s
Do failed resends for minimum speed violation:
Failed sends Retry: times
Failed Send Requeue Spot:
Queue spot failed sends get placed at. 1 will be requeued in first position, 2 will be at second, etc. 0 will requeue at last position.
Count sends as queue:
Treat current sends as if they were in queue for calculation of queue.

Display & Logging Options

Time Display:
Show current time:
Show Uptime:
Show OS Name:
Show OS Uptime:
Show activity in mIRC:
Show in kB only:
Only uses kB to show filesize like Windows Explorer.
Show access denied page:
If disabled, unauthorized users (either unknown nick or insufficient user level) will be disconnected without any response sent. It will seem like the site is down.
Log Filename:
Specify filename to enable. 0 or empty to disable. $date anywhere will be replaced with today's date in the format YYYY-MM-DD.

User Level & Priority Queue Options

You can set user level through mIRC's popup menu when you right click on a nick with the included script. Default user level is 1 by default, but can be changed from Options menu in Remote.

Voice Level:
Level at which any Voice (+nick) of the channel you are in are placed at. If mIRC returns userlevel other than 1 for the nick (that is, you've specified a level for that user), mIRC's level takes precedence.
Oper Level:
Level at which any Op (@nick) of the channel you are in are placed at. If mIRC returns userlevel other than 1 for the nick, mIRC's level takes precedence.
Access require level:
Queue require level:
Bypassing global queue limit require level:
Allows for queuing over the global queue limit. Does not affect the user queue limit, just allows the user to get in the line while the line's full.
Bypassing user queue limit require level:
Allows for queuing over the user's queue limit. Gives unlimited queue.
Position modulation require level:
Position Modulation: %
Priority queue position modulation. Queue will bypass percentage of the current queues by this value multiplied by the user level. So if a user's level is 3 and this value is 20, request will bypass 60% of the current queues. It will not bypass other priority queues of the same or higher level.
Position Modulation Spacing:
Number of queues to not bypass by lowering queue spot by this amount after priority queue position is calculated. This allows lower level queues to not be left over for long time with a lot of priority queues.
Queue Limit Modulation require level:
Queue Limit Modulation: %
Priority queue user limit modulation. Works the same way as position modulation except applied to user queue limit (file count and size). So if user's level is 2 and this is set at 100, the user will have 200% the user queue limit than normal users.
Seeing priority require level:
Level required for priority column to be displayed
Leechers Rights:
Access rights message shown for those with no special rights.

Misc Options

Presort Requests By Size:
When queueing, presorts requested files by filesize to maximize the user's queuing size.
Default Checkbox State:
Recheck My Host:
If your own hostname doesn't resolve fully ("myhost" instead of "") and results in nick not found, then try enabling this. It will recheck the IP address with your own IP address. Generally happens with misconfigured NT.
DNS Cache Size:
Number of hostnames to cache before cache is flushed. 0 to disable DNS caching.

Internal Options

Can be left at default.

mIRC Port:
Speed valid after: seconds
Number of seconds since the start of a DCC send before the speed is considered valid for calculation in send slot adjustment and minimum speed
Speed check affirms: times
Number of times speed checks must clear for auto send adjustment and minimum speed. Set this smaller if serving small files.
mIRC Check Timer: seconds
Interval the server checks up on mIRC in seconds
mIRC Fast Send:
mIRC Packet Size:
512 to 8192.
Header HTML Filename:
Footer HTML Filename:
Welcome HTML Filename:
Directory Index HTML Filename:
Access Denied HTML Filename:
Queue Filename: