The first setting controls the type(s) of information that EPIC will store in its lastlog buffer. Any single message type, or any combination, may be used. If a type is prepended with a '-', messages of that type are explicitly not saved (useful with the ALL type). Message types may be abbreviated unambiguously.
The second setting controls the same type(s) of information as the first but only for the lastlog level set after a /window server operation. So after such an operation, the lastlog level of the concerned window will be changed to the value of this setting. When this SET is cleared (/set -new_server_lastlog_level), this feature is disabled.
|actions||public and private CTCP ACTION messages|
|ctcp||CTCP messages (except ACTION and DCC)|
|notes||NOTE messages (not supported on all servers)|
|opnotes||operator broadcast messages|
|public||public channel messages|
|snotes||anything hooked by the SERVER_NOTICE hook|
|userlog1 - 4||reserved for the user (available with XECHO)|
|walls||WALL messages (deprecated, no servers support it)|
|crap||everything else (channel joins/parts, mode changes…)|
|all||all of the above|
|none||none of the above|
To log everything except server and operator notices:
/set lastlog_level all -opnotes -snotes
Message type names may only be abbreviated when including the type. The full name must be given when excluding the type with a '-'.