Think of a situation I transferred a file through FTP, in which log I can find the name of the file transferred. Kindly mention the location of the log file.
Thanks In Advance.
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That depends if you used a commandline client or a gui client.
The commandline client is easy, the standard way is to provide a
-v|--verbose flag to enable showing filenames when copied, or read the
man page for said cli client. You can save this output to stdout by piping the command
ftp -v folder remote.com:21 > log.txt notice the
> log.txt at the end.
If it's a gui it's up to you to find the checkbox to enable logging, or read the manual where/if it describes logging.
Btw, you never mentioned what client, this is essential to give you the answer.