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       ftpwho - show current process information for each FTP session




       The  ftpwho  command  shows  process information for all active proftpd connections, and a
       count of all connected users off of each server.  Proftpd sesssions spawned from inetd are
       counted separately from those created by a master proftpd standalone server.


       -h,--help   Display a short usage description, including all available options.

       -f,--file scoreboard-file
                   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,  ftpwho  must  either  be
                   recompiled, or this option must be used in order to find proftpd's scoreboard.

       -o,--outform format
                   Specify an output format.  Currently, two "formats" are supported: compat  and
                   oneline.   The  compat format is used for backward compatibility.  The oneline
                   format causes all of the fields for a session to  be  displayed  on  a  single
                   line, for ease of line-based searches (e.g. grep).

                   Reports  additional  information  for each connection, such as the remote host
                   and current working directory.  -S,--server server-name Specify the ServerName
                   for  a  specific  virtual  host.   If  used,  ftpwho  will  only  show session
                   information for the given virtual host.




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                                            March 2003                                  ftpwho(1)