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Postby MrStonedOne » Sun Jun 28, 2015 4:33 pm #124630

Filtered/censored info:

Any line that doesn't start with a timestamp (because i'm too lazy to make the parser work with them. this is mainly debug lines/info about the game banners asking for the server status, and tcom script uploads) These are filed under "misc" when censored.
Any admin communication (asay/apm/ahelp)
Watchlist and notes adding/editing/removing
Ban reasons
Anything that matches the format of 0-255.0-255.0-255.1-255 (ips)
cids and ips from connection log lines.
Any line that starts with ADMIN: and is followed by <a (because these are bugged and harder to parse, newer logs don't have this issue, but the older ones do.)
Log entries about invalid connection data (these can contain cid/ip info in a hard to predict way)


Server time zone is GMT.

https://tgstation13.org/parsed-logs/

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