Provided by: proftpd-basic_1.3.4a-1_amd64 bug

NAME

       ftptop - display running status on proftpd server connections

SYNOPSIS

       ftptop

DESCRIPTION

       The  ftptop command displays the current status of FTP sessions in a continuously updating
       top like format.

OPTIONS

       -A          Filter the display to show sessions that are authenticating.

       -a          Filter the display to hide sessions that are authenticating.

       -D          Filter the display to show sessions that are downloading.

       -S          Specify the ServerName for a specific virtual host.  If used, ftptop will only
                   show sessions for the given virtual host.

       -d          Specify  the  delay,  in seconds, between display refreshes.  The default is 2
                   seconds.  Only values between 0 and 15 seconds are accepted.

       -f          Specify the full path to proftpd's run-time scoreboard  file  (configured  via
                   the ScoreboardFile directive in proftpd.conf).  If proftpd's default directory
                   has been changed via this directive, ftptop must either be recompiled or  this
                   option must be used in order to find proftpd's scoreboard.  -h Display a short
                   usage description, including all available options.

       -I          Filter the display to show sessions that are idle.

       -i          Filter the display to hide sessions that are idle.

       -U          Filter the display to show sessions that are uploading.

       -V          Print out the version of ftptop and quit.

       While ftptop is running, hit the 'q' key to quit.  The 't'  key  toggles  between  display
       modes.  Currently there are two display modes: normal and transfer speed modes.

FILES

       /usr/bin/ftptop
       /var/run/proftpd.scoreboard

AUTHORS

       ProFTPD  is  written  and  maintained  by a number of people, full credits can be found on
       http://www.proftpd.org/credits.html

SEE ALSO

       inetd(8),ftp(1),proftpd(8),ftpwho(1),ftptop(1),ftpshut(8)

       Full  documentation  on  ProFTPD,  including  configuration  and  FAQs,  is  available  at
       http://www.proftpd.org/

       For     help/support,     try     the     ProFTPD     mailing     lists,    detailed    on
       http://www.proftpd.org/lists.html

       Report bugs at http://bugs.proftpd.org/

                                            March 2003                                  ftptop(1)