The ftplog file contains logging information from the
FTP server daemon,
This file usually is found in /usr/adm, but can
be located anywhere by using an option to
Each server entry is composed of a single line with the
form shown in the ``Format'' section, with all fields being
separated by spaces.
is the current local time in the form ``DDD MMM dd
hh:mm:ss YYYY''. DDD is the day of the
week, MMM is the month, dd is the day of the
month, hh is the hour, mm is the minutes, ss is the
seconds, and YYYY is the year.
is the total time in seconds for the transfer.
is the remote host name.
is the size of the transferred file in bytes.
is the name of the transferred file.
is a single character indicating the type of transfer. This
character can be one of:
for an ascii transfer
for a binary transfer
is one or more single character flags indicating any special action taken.
Flags can be one or more of:
file was compressed
file was uncompressed
file was tar'ed
no action was taken
is the direction of the transfer. This can be one of:
is the method by which the user is logged in. This can be one of:
(anonymous) is for an anonymous guest user.
(guest) is for a passworded guest user (see the
(real) is for a local authenticated user.
is the local username, or if guest, the ID string given.
is the name of the service being invoked, usually FTP.
is the method of authentication used. This can be one of:
RFC 931 authentication
is the user ID returned by the authentication
method. A ``'' is used if an authenticated user
ID is not available.
is a single character indicating the status of the transfer.
Can be one of: