ftpwho(1)                   General Commands Manual                  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  sessions  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 proftpd's run-time scoreboard file
                   (configured   via   the   ScoreboardFile    directive    in
                   proftpd.conf  ).   If  proftpd's default directory has been
                   changed via this directive, ftpwho must  either  be  recom-
                   piled,  or  this  option  must  be  used  in  order to find
                   proftpd's scoreboard.

       -o,--outform format
                   Specify an output format.   Currently,  three  formats  are
                   supported:  compat,oneline  and json.  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).   The
                   json format emits all of the information as a JSON object.

                   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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