Re: ftp (with virtual users + quota support)
With proftpd you can handle quota (for sure) and virtual users (I think
- at least users in an LDAP directory).
Mark Lijftogt a écrit :
> Rafał Stryjek wrote:
> > "1. currently we've for each ftp user 1 account on the box
> (disabled). using
> > vsftpd we could archive a real virtual user solution. i just have 1
> > regarding this: is it possible to implement a quota on a user base ?
> > user mike has 20 MB and user markus 100 MB ?"
> > Is it possible in vsftpd?
> Well, looking at the features of vsftpd on their homepage.. you might
> think it's possible. "Powerfull per-user configurability".
> But when I take a stroll thru the documentation online I don't see
> anything that realy gives this some backing. Keep in mind, those were
> the only places I looked.
> The reason I choose pure-ftpd is because I don't have a lot of user
> administration when it comes to ftp accounts and I don't want to give
> everyone per default ftp access. I liked the jail-structure. Besides
> the fact you can limit just about any thing based on user, ip,
> bandwidth (up/down), number of files, up/download ratio, quota, time
> slot, sessions and so fort, it does it with it's own tools in it's own
> What bothers me though, is that I don't know if there is are other in
> it's kind that can do the same, or can do something like this at all.