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Yes it probably does use mkdir(2) and open(2) (or something very similar). You could check by running strace(1) on your ftp daemon and exercising it e.g. strace -p <pid of ftp daemon>
I hope i understand your question correctly. You can customize your FTP logging by selecting W3C Fields. First of all make sure that you habe FTP Extensibility enabled either by searching it in your "Programmes & Features" or by simply running this command in elevated PowerShell: get-windowsfeature Web-Ftp-Ext | select InstallState if it doesn't ...
No, it is not safe to configure your firewall as you indicated. Using a firewall configured using the rule in the image you linked would be a security risk because that rule effectively opens up ALL ports and all protocols. The reason your port 21 rule was not working was because FTP actually requires 2 channels to function, a command channel and a data ...
How about "bind mount" ? # mount -o bind /var/www/vhosts/website1.com/ /home/ContractorA/website1.com/ # mount -o bind /var/www/vhosts/website2.com/ /home/ContractorA/website2.com/ # mount -o bind /var/www/vhosts/website3.com/ /home/ContractorA/website3.com/ # mount -o bind /var/www/vhosts/website1.com/ /home/ContractorB/website1.com/ # mount -o bind ...
Configure the approriate SELinux booleans List the related booleans # semanage boolean -l | egrep 'ftp|http' | sort Turn on booleans that may be applicable temporarily i.e. # setsebool httpd_can_connect_ftp on To turn a boolean on permanently use -P flag i.e. # setsebool -P ftp_home_dir on
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