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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001609||Anope Stable (2.0.x series)||General||public||2014-07-26 16:44||2014-07-26 17:01|
|Platform||InspIRCd 2.0.16 (stable)||OS||Ubuntu Server|
|Summary||0001609: Weird random nickname when using SVSNICK on an enforced nickname|
|Description||Weird random nickname when issuing OperServ SVSNICK on an enforced nickname, while the original nickname is reserved.|
|Steps To Reproduce||Client 0 (C0) - Regular user|
Client 1 (C1) - Services Root
C0: /nick <registered_nickname>
C0: don't identify and get an enforced nickname *or* identify, issue NickServ LOGOUT and wait for the random nickname enforcement
C1: /os svsnick <enforced_nickname> <registered_nickname> (during the period when the original nickname is reserved, 1m in my case)
|Additional Information||Those strange nicknames are aways starting with digits.|
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I think this is because you are SVSNICKing the user to a resv'd nickname which InspIRCd will resolve by switching the user to their UID. Assuming you have m_svshold set?
I don't think this is a bug really. Perhaps services shouldn't allow svsnick to known resv'd nicks.
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