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hlmaster.list(1)		  User Manual		      hlmaster.list(1)

NAME
       hlmaster.list - How to load your	own list of gameservers.

DESCRIPTION
       This  document  describes,  how	the  config-file has to	look like, for
       loading into hlmaster with the --server-list argument.
       You might also want to start hlmaster with the --closed	argument.  See
       hlmaster(1) for more information.

       Create  an  empty text-file and insert one gameserver per line with the
       following syntax:

	    type ip-address port

       Please note that	you cannot pass	a hostname,  you  absolutely  have  to
       give hlmaster an	ip-address.
       The  port however is not	required (27015	is presumed then).  The	ip-ad-
       dress and the port have to be separated by a ':'	or  by	at  least  one
       space/tab  character.  Servers  loaded  by --server-list	are limited to
       3000. The overall limit with dynamically	added servers is 60000.

       The type	definition has to be passed in front of	the host, but you  may
       optionally ommit	it completly (check is taken by	default).

       Available types:

       check  The gameservers loaded from your list do not send	heartbeats. To
	      prevent your list	of containing dead servers, this options turns
	      on  pinging the servers every five minutes. This is also the de-
	      fault, if	no type	was specified.
	      Note: hlmaster automagically converts servers marked as check to
	      'dynamic'	 upon receipt of a heartbeat/challenge and thereby re-
	      moves them if they stop sending beats.

       nocheck
	      Servers marked with nocheck will never time out! They  will  re-
	      main  in	the  list, even	if they	are dead. This option actually
	      should not be used.
	      Note: hlmaster does not convert nocheck servers upon receipt  of
	      a	heartbeat.

       Note:  Case  is	not  ignored! Enshure you write	the type definition in
       lowercase.

       Comments	are also allowed and initiated with  the  familiar  '#'	 sign.
       They  may begin everywhere in a line and	remain active until the	end of
       line.

       Look at the SIGNALS section in the hlmaster(1) manpage for instructions
       on reloading the	filters, while hlmaster	is running.

EXAMPLES
       An example server.list is provided within the examples directory	of the
       source distribution. However, here's a short example:

	    # example hlmaster gameserver list

	    # aaa swiss	counterstrike
	    check     194.209.69.205:27015

	    # l33t s3rv3r, n3v3r d0wn
	    nocheck   194.209.69.205:27020

	    # some other servers
	    123.123.123.123	27015
	    234.234.234.234	27015

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to <bullet@users.sourceforge.net>.

AUTHOR
       Silvan Minghetti	<bullet@users.sourceforge.net>.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 2001 Silvan Minghetti
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO  warranty;  not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.

LEGAL NOTES
       Half-Life is a trademark	of valve software.

SEE ALSO
       hlmaster(1), hlmaster.filter(1),	hlmaster.gameserver(1)

       Check http://hlmaster.sourceforge.net for newest	version.

HLMaster			 22 June 2001		      hlmaster.list(1)

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