On 04-Jan-2002 Riccardo Torrini wrote:
| 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...
| Thanks again.

This is intentional. If you are running an anonymous file drop, you don't
want guest users to be able to overwrite the files of others. If you need
to upload, and overwrite a file, you might try setting up a restricted
user for this purpose, that only has write access to a single directory.


  Mike Heffner     <mheffner@[acm.]vt.edu>
  Fredericksburg, VA   <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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