Controlling read access
catalin at starcomms.com
Wed Aug 6 09:07:47 UTC 2008
From: John Almberg [mailto:jalmberg at identry.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2008 10:55 PM
To: Catalin Miclaus
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: Controlling read access
On Jul 31, 2008, at 5:40 PM, Catalin Miclaus wrote:
> Hello John,
> If you are providing only FTP services for those users, perhaps you
> to go for an FTP server that handles virtual users.
> I'm using pure-ftpd and it works great.
> Google will help you find some nice howto's for same.
Hi Catalin... I installed pure--ftpd with TLS/SSL support and am
having some problems with it...
1. VERY slow to list files the first time. I thought this was a DNS
problem, so tried the -H flag, but no joy. Still slow.
2. When I try to connect with TLS/SSL, I get a connection, but the
file list takes so long that the connection times out.
Any ideas? I Googled for this problem, but the only hint I came up
with was the -H flag...
There are some things that you can try.
What if you connect from localhost and transfer files, is it still very
Try to disable TLS/SSL and see if this improve performance.
Increase debug level and check the log for any errors.
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