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Old 11-22-2010, 02:19 PM   #1
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vsftpd get from deep directories

Good day!

I have a situation when vsftpd do not allow to get files from directories deeper than chrooted directory.

I can get from chrooted directory.
I can put to chrooted directory.
I can put to deeper than crooted directory.
I can list directories and files deeper than chrooted direcotry.
But I can not get files (process starts and hangs) from directories deeper than chrooted.

Firewalls on both sides (client and server) are set to log every in and out connection that do not -j ACCEPT. Log files are empty, so I assume nothing is blocked by firewalls.

Permissions for files and directories, I want to get, are set to 777.

Any advices?
Thank you.
Old 11-22-2010, 03:29 PM   #2
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Run with log_ftp_protocol enabled and check vsftpd.log


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