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ftpwho(1)							     ftpwho(1)

       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

       -f,--file scoreboard-file
		   Specify the full path to proftpds run-time scoreboard file
		   (configured	 via   the   ScoreboardFile    directive    in
		   proftpd.conf  ).   If  proftpds default directory has been
		   changed via this directive, ftpwho must  either  be	recom
		   piled,  or  this  option  must  be  used  in  order to find
		   proftpds 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.


       ProFTPD is written and maintained by a number of people,  full  credits
       can be found on http://www.proftpd.org/credits.html


       Full  documentation  on	ProFTPD,  including configuration and FAQs, is
       available at http://www.proftpd.org/

       For  help/support,  try	the  ProFTPD  mailing	lists,	 detailed   on

       Report bugs at http://bugs.proftpd.org/

				  March 2003			     ftpwho(1)

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