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proftpd (1.2.4) failed ?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hkewell, Jun 2, 2002.

  1. hkewell

    hkewell Well-Known Member

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    The following is my server info.
    apache (1.3.24 (Unix)) up
    bind (9.2.0) up
    exim (exim-3.35-0_cpanel_antivirus) up
    interchange failed
    mysql (3.23.45) up
    proftpd (1.2.4) failed
    syslogd up
    Server Load 0.09 (2 cpus)
    Memory Used 9.5 %
    Swap 1 %
    Disk sda5 (/) 52 %
    Disk sda1 (/boot) 42 %
    Disk sda2 (/home) 1 %
    Disk sda6 (/tmp) 3 %
    Disk sda8 (/usr) 27 %
    Disk sda7 (/var) 3 %

    How to fix ???
     
  2. geoff

    geoff Registered

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    Proftpd failed

    Sounds like a bad entry in your proftpd config file

    I would locate proftd on your server and to the following command

    proftpd --configtest

    This will tell you what line in the config file is causing trouble.
     
  3. zex

    zex Well-Known Member

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    You can try running porftpd in debug mode
    /usr/sbin/proftpd -d -n5
    should give you a hint. ;)
     
  4. itf

    itf Well-Known Member

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    make sure your /etc/hosts & etc/resolv.conf have valid info and setup.

    i.e. your server box is server.domain.com
    /etc/hosts :

    # Do not remove the following line, or various programs
    # That requires network functionality will fail.
    127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
    Server-IP domain.com Server


    /etc/resolv.conf :

    domain domain.com
    search domain.com
    nameserver IP-address
    nameserver IP-address
    # you can have additional nameserver here
     
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