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Old 09-24-2003, 12:17 AM   #1
slackmagic
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monitoring vsftpd possible?


hi there,

I just got vsftpd to work on my RH 9.0 - works like a charm by the way

Anyhow, is there any way you can monitor your ftp server? Basically to see how many or if any users are logged in, what they are downloading and how fast it does the job? Maybe through a Gkrellm plugin? Or is there any small application out there that was written specifically for that purpose?

I know I can always go back to the log and check to see who was logged in jada jada jada, but wouldn't it be nice to have a live-monitor for this kind of thing?

Any info is greatly appreciated!
 
  


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