ftpd vs. lukemftpd (forcing FTP-uploaded ...)
james at infinityprosports.com
Mon Jul 17 19:17:02 UTC 2006
Mikhail Teterin wrote:
> понеділок 17 липень 2006 13:51, David J. Orman написав:
>> The stock ftp server?
> BTW, what is the stock ftp server on 6-stable? I see two -- ftpd and lukemftpd
> and both are installed...
> Is there a web-page with comparision somewhere, perhaps? Thanks!
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I am not aware of a stock FTP server that can accomplish what you are
asking for, at least without modifying the source or writing a plug-in
of some sort.
You may have already thought of this, but my 2-cents is:
If you don't mind waiting until the file finishes transferring to
examine it, you could 1) turn on verbose logging (ftpd -ll for stock
ftpd; other ftp servers have better logging though), 2) log directly to
a named pipe, 3) attach a simple script at the other end that determines
what the uploaded file is and deletes it accordingly.
I would not recommend using ftpd for this; as I recall, and somebody
correct me if I am wrong, it does not always log the complete path to an
uploaded file. I'd suggest ProFTPd instead; it's CustomLog feature
allows you to specify your own log format (like Apache). This means you
can make a convenient string to regex, such as "date|user|action|file".
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