On 29-Dec-2001 (16:49:06/GMT) Riccardo Torrini wrote:
> I noticed a strange behaviour, sending a file twice create
> version even if sunique is off, on all versions I can test.
> This includes:
> - FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #0: Sun Dec 9 08:37:55 CET 2001
> - FreeBSD 4.4-STABLE #6: Fri Oct 12 21:44:36 CEST 2001
> - FreeBSD 4.5-PRERELEASE #0: Fri Dec 28 18:47:34 CET 2001
> all updated with cvsup and a fresh installed 4.2 from cdrom:
> - FreeBSD 4.2-RELEASE #0: Mon Nov 20 13:02:55 GMT 2000
Also tested on other versions on the same range (4.2 - 5.0)
and noticed that happens only with anonimous (ftp) user but
_not_ with regular users. Hope this can help...
Tryed with /etc/inetd.conf standard config where ftpd runs
with -l and with my own custom -llSA, the same.
Tryed from local (ftp localhost) and from remote machine, even
with another OS (hpux and openbsd). The same. I'm really sad.
I'm (pretty) sure isn't a 'pilot-error'. Please comfirm this...
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