Mr x. reveals its current location on and only the circled turns, or at any time, he is on the same square as a police player (in which case he immediately loses the game and the police players win the game). All the remaining rounds (the majority) are played as hidden information.
Remember that if Mr. X uses a Double displacement token to skip a revelation round, Mr. X must always reveal where he was at that time even if it is no longer there. For this reason and for convenience, it is common to leave the Mr. X token on its "last known location" at the last moment of the revelation.
I have been trying to debug something on the database server, InnoDB as engine.
It can be accessed remotely by several other servers running different programs. The logs on the servers did not show what caused some lines to change.
I activated the general log to see which request and from which server caused the modification of the field.
While browsing the log today, I found that on a certain line, a value that had been set on a certain field had been canceled, but I did not find any query logs that had canceled it. In addition, some lines were deleted and I did not find any trace of the request which had deleted them in the general journal.
Is there something missing? I had read somewhere on the documentation that joins in requests could prevent logging, but that didn't seem to apply to the general log.
In / var / log / exim / mainlog, there were two lines related to my hosting account with the user name "user" and the domain of the account "domain.net".
it is purported to be spam-related and I would like to ask if you can explain in detail how to read these journal lines so that I can find exactly how the site is operated by the spammer so that I can solve this problem. Thank you
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