On 2003-02-16 16:54, Walter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >You could always move the FTP directory to a slice that has room.
> Yes, I actually thought of that, but then I'd leave my (in this
> case) /usr slice vulnerable to being filled-up with ... junk.
> Unless I put in quotas, I suppose.  Hmmm.  I'll think on that; but
> I also have an HD which I'm not really using.

One of the nice tricks that I've seen in use in anonymous FTP servers
to avoid this problem was to mount a file of limited size as the
server's /incoming directory.  Anonymous users can still write files
then, but they can only write a limited amount of data.  In -stable,
you'd use the vnconfig(8) utility.  In -current, mdconfig(8).

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