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About Shadowsocks-python Manyuser

This is a multi-user version of shadowsocks-python. Requires a mysql database or a panel which supports SS MU API.

Requirement

  1. Python >= 2.5 (python=2.5 need to install extra library: pip install simplejson)
  2. MySQL >= 5 (if using database)
  3. A Panel with MU API, such as SS-Panel V3. (if using MU API)

Install Instructions for Database User

  1. install cymysql library by pip install cymysql
  2. create a database named shadowsocks
  3. import shadowsocks.sql into the shadowsocks database
  4. copy config_example.py to config.py and edit it following the notes inside (but DO NOT delete the example file). You DO NOT need to edit the API section.
  5. TestRun cd shadowsocks && python servers.py (not server.py)

Install Instructions for MU API User

  1. copy config_example.py to config.py and edit it following the notes inside (but DO NOT delete the example file). You DO NOT need to edit the Database section.
  2. TestRun cd shadowsocks && python servers.py (not server.py)

Install Instructions for Docker User

  1. build the docker: docker build -t shadowsocks-mu .

  2. create a config file as above

  3. run the docker (random free ports will be allocated):

    docker run -it \
        -v /PATH/TO/CONFIG/FILE:/shadowsocks/shadowsocks/config.py \
        -v /PATH/TO/LOG/FILE:/shadowsocks/shadowsocks/shadowsocks.log \
        -p PORT_START-PORT_END \
        shadowsocks-mu
    

    If you want to use fixed ports (e.g. port 443 of the host being matched with 443 of the docker), use -p PORT_START-PORT_END:PORT_START-PORT_END instead.

    Note: /PATH/TO/CONFIG/FILE & /PATH/TO/LOG/FILE should be absolute paths

Reminders for Windows User

  1. install pyuv library by pip install pyuv
  2. if git is not configured in your %PATH% environmental variable, you can create a file named .nogit to avoid using git describe

If no exceptions are thrown, the server will startup. By default, logging is enabled. You should be able to see this kind of thing in shadowsocks.log(default log file name)

Jun 24 01:06:08 INFO -----------------------------------------
Jun 24 01:06:08 INFO Multi-User Shadowsocks Server Starting...
Jun 24 01:06:08 INFO Current Server Version: 3.1.0-1-gc2ac618

Jun 24 01:10:11 INFO api downloaded
Jun 24 01:10:13 INFO api skipped port 443
Jun 24 01:10:13 INFO Server Added:   P[XXXXX], M[rc4-md5], E[XXXXX@gmail.com]
Jun 24 01:10:13 INFO Server Added:   P[XXXXX], M[rc4-md5], E[XXXXX@gmail.com]

Explanation of the log output

When adding server:

P[XXX] client port (assigned by database)

M[XXX] client encryption method

E[XXX] client email address

When data connection being established/blocked

U[XXX] client port (assigned by database)

RP[XXX] remote port (the port the client wants to connect)

A[XXX-->XXX] from the client address to the remote address

Database user table column

passwd server pass

port server port

t last connecting time

u no usage for this shadowsocks server (kept unchanged) but essential for some panels

d accumulated upload + download data transfer

method custom encryption method

transfer_enable maximum accumulated data transfer allowed - if u + d > transfer_enable, service for this client will be stopped (other clients are not affected)

Compatibility with frontend UIs

It is fully compatible (through MU API V2) with ss-panel V3 .

Open source license

This program is licensed under Apache License 2.0