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You are making unsecured FTP connections, so anyone who can intercept your packets can compromise your account.
You can use this simple windows FTP tool, in command line; Check wiki page for manual. http://sourceforge.net/projects/ftpandfilesystemsynchronizer/
I experienced the same issue. I was able to get the transfer working by configuring the plugin to "Use active data mode". Also make sure you allow connections on port 21 from your Jenkins server.
I cannot assure your error is because of SE Linux context issue, but try changing context using following command chcon -Rt public_content_t /var/ftp/pub To Display the context ls -Z /var/ftp/pub Additionally set Boolean value as follows setsebool -p ftp_home_dir 1 setsebool -p allow_ftpd_full_access 1 After all restart the service service vsftpd ...
FTP logs are usually found in /var/log/messages and sftp logs in /var/log/secure. But if the ftp and sftp aren't configured, the info present in the logs wouldn't be useful enough to check what you need presently. If you have setup 3rd party ftp server like pure-ftpd then you can configure it to have detailed log. Also you can configure it to have a separate ...
retro-actively; no. By default the SFTP server does not log actions, only the login events for SSH/SFTP are logged in /var/log/secure. The default plain FTP server vsftpd does log some actions /var/log/xferlog; get and put actions are logged but when I tested the FTP dele commands were not :( Still that may be sufficient to determine if anyone was ...
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